Windows 10: Noticing small screen tearing/glitches

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  1. Noticing small screen tearing/glitches

    /u/NetStreet, Dec 30, 2020
  2. centz005 Win User

    Asus Q534UX Laptop Screen Glitch/Tear

    I bought an Asus Q534UX laptop last month. Maybe once per day or less, the screen would glitch/tear -- it was usually around the bottom fifth of the screen and was a quick, blink-and-you'll-miss-it horizontal glitch. I never thought much of it until yesterday
    when the screen refused to do anything but flicker black when i tried to wake the laptop up from a quick sleep.

    Luckily i was within my return window, so I got the laptop exchanged for a supposedly new one. I've had this new one for less than a day, but now the screen has glitched multiple times, throughout the screen. It's similar in nature -- horizontally across the
    screen like a glitch or a rough screen tear, looking like static -- but it lasts longer and will happen multiple times within a 5-s span.

    Have other people experienced this glitch? is there a fix, or is it a harbinger of things to come?

    centz005, Dec 30, 2020
  3. Gipnokote Win User
    Screen picture tearing

    Recently I started to notice that after some time the picture on the screen starts to tear like in the computer games when you have VSync disabled. The tearing is always right in the middle of the screen, it's horizontal. It is most noticable when you swype
    the screen slowly from side to side, or scroll an internet page. Firmware is updated to PR1.2

    Switching off and on helps for a day or so and then it emerges again.

    Does anyone know what it could be? I can also make a video of this effect when I encounter it again.
    Gipnokote, Dec 30, 2020
  4. Noticing small screen tearing/glitches

    Asus Q534UX Laptop Screen Glitch/Tear


    A flickering screen is sometimes caused by an
    outdated display driver or running an application that doesn't match with your computer's graphical specifications. To isolate your concern with your monitor, we’d like to know the following:

    • The version of your Windows. To know which version of Windows you are using, press
      Windows + R to open run window, type
      winver and press Enter.
    • Your PC system specifications. To know your PC specs, follow the steps below:
      • Press Windows + S to open Search Box. Type
        , then click it.
      • Send us the screenshot.
    • If there are any error messages that you encounter.
    • If you already updated your display and graphic drivers.
    • If you are using an external video card.
    • The current screen resolution of your monitor.
    • Applications that is running when your screen is blinking.
    • Troubleshooting steps you’ve done so far.
    • Changes you've made prior to your concern.

    We’re looking forward to your response.
    Johann Eva, Dec 30, 2020

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