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Posted · Original PosterOP

Since my upgrade to windows 10 i've been having problems watching videos on youtube and even facebook. The video is zoomed in really closely and i can't figure out how to un-zoom it, everything else on the screen is fine.

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Since my upgrade to windows 10 i've been having problems watching videos on youtube and even facebook. The video is zoomed in really closely and i can't figure out how to un-zoom it, everything else on the screen is fine.

edge or chrome?


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Since my upgrade to windows 10 i've been having problems watching videos on youtube and even facebook. The video is zoomed in really closely and i can't figure out how to un-zoom it, everything else on the screen is fine.

also did you do a clean install as well

or just the upgrade


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I just upgraded, and i'm using chrome.

well you should back up your data and do a clean install now

 

as for the problem

 

totally uninstall chrome

reboot

search for any chrome/google related leftover files (use agent ransack)

clean out any registry entries as well

reboot

reinstall newest chrome


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Posted · Original PosterOP

well you should back up your data and do a clean install now

 

as for the problem

 

totally uninstall chrome

reboot

search for any chrome/google related leftover files (use agent ransack)

clean out any registry entries as well

reboot

reinstall newest chrome

Alright i'll try uninstalling chrome, but as of right now i don't have a way to back up my data.

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Alright i'll try uninstalling chrome, but as of right now i don't have a way to back up my data.

well you should find a way to do it

especially soon

you don't wanna load up a bunch of data on 10 and have even more to backup later


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Try it in Edge and see if it does the same thing. If not it's isolated into Chrome, if it does do the same thing report back and we will continue with solutions.


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Try it in Edge and see if it does the same thing. If not it's isolated into Chrome, if it does do the same thing report back and we will continue with solutions.

if it does the same thing

then its almost certainly driver related


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Try it in Edge and see if it does the same thing. If not it's isolated into Chrome, if it does do the same thing report back and we will continue with solutions.

It does the same thing in edge. I guess i'll try doing a clean install of windows 10 and re-downloading drivers.

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It does the same thing in edge. I guess i'll try doing a clean install of windows 10 and re-downloading drivers.

PC specs? It's definitely a driver issue. You don't need to completely reinstall Windows, just reinstall graphics and audio (just in case) drivers. Plus reinstall Flash and DirectX and stuff.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

PC specs? It's definitely a driver issue. You don't need to completely reinstall Windows, just reinstall graphics and audio (just in case) drivers. Plus reinstall Flash and DirectX and stuff.

My pc specs are in my profile. I feel it'd just be better to reinstall windows anyways because it'd fix any other problems and it'd be nice to start out on a clean OS. I'll try reinstalling my drivers though first.

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