RealNC wrote:It's just a click. Why are you unwilling? We're only trying to help here.
Let's be nice.... You already helped, and succeeded!
b0t's mentioned that VT tweaks are working now, with "the ufo's look best at 180hz/1500vt OR 182hz/1580~vt" -- thanks to your help.
Good on solving this problem. Mind you, Chrome can still successfully work in Windows 7 Basic Mode, if its refresh rate synchronizer is working properly -- but it's not always guaranteed. If he's locked to refresh rate successfully stutter free, then the TestUFO result is all good even in Basic mode. I do generally recommend Aero mode because that's the mode that is more guaranteed to work with TestUFO. Also, remember some installs of Windows 7 is stuck in Basic Mode, with no non-Basic option
so there might have been a good reason why Chrome installation was massively quicker (it can be). I know that the famous TestUFO "stuck at 60Hz problems" is a tech support headache (I know, I get all the emails asking for help!). So let's give slack. NOTE: Other lurkers/readers are reading, we don't want to scare them away with frustrations expressed at newbies. Especially with the recent Blur Busters March 2017 relaunch, forum traffic is now slowly increasing, more new members are signing up -- and over time may double/triple/quadruple, and we long-time forum users have to be prepared with the flood of new members asking common/repetitive questions around here. Blur Busters forum policy is patience.IDEA: For users successfully getting good results with VT tweaks and Blur Reduction on XL2540 -- why not create a separate FAQ thread for adjusting XL2540? (with the instructions / and that ToastyX screenshot as the original post in thread) -- then we can just link new users to such threads. Also, search indexing algorithms & search filters become stronger when many users link to a FAQ thread, making it less likely for users to have difficulty searching. We'll give good FAQ threads with sticky status (or linked in the first post(s) of a sticky thread such as a FAQ index thread).