1. Slyakin

    OP Slyakin See ya suckers
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    Okay, I updated my video drivers today, and it came with a new piece of software named AMD Vision Engine Control Center (that's a mouthful). However, upon opening Firefox (or any browser, for that matter) the text just BURNS my eyes. I can't even look at the screen for 15 seconds before my eyes just scream to look away. I've messed with all the Anti-Aliasing functions in the control center, to no avail.

    Help! My eyes can't take it! [​IMG]
     
  2. Raiser

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    It's just extra software? Have you tried uninstalling it?

    Or just uninstall the drivers altogether, reinstall the latest and, assuming you can choose whether to install the Vision software or not, leave it out.

    I really have no idea though. I have an ATI card with the Catalyst Control Center, but haven't updated in a little bit.
     
  3. Originality

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    Aside from turning your monitor into a portable radiation shower, what does that software even do?
     
  4. Raiser

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    http://www.amd.com/us/products/technologie...ion-engine.aspx.

    Apparently to make gaming "fast and immersive" along with "a rich internet experience" plus a few other things.
     
  5. Slyakin

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    Yeah, I can't uninstall it. It's a part of my video drivers, so that's a no-go.
     
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    Couldn't you just uninstall the current video drivers and re-install older ones?
     
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