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My computer has a small black box on the bottom right corner


I loaded up fortnite as an example. When I go into a full screen a small, black, translucent block appears on both monitors in the same spot. It's extremely irritating and annoying have any solutions on how to help

I have a 3gb 1060 graphics card
1080p Acer XF0 series monitor
Windows 10 64 bit

tell me if i need to give anymore specs

Post was last edited on December 30, 2018 11:41 AM PST

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(NT) latest Direct X installed?
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(NT) I think so, Is it Direct X 12?
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OK I have a similar PC.

It's some HP d499t with 8GB RAM, 1060 GPU. How would I check this out for free?

I only have one display. I also know to never enable any "video overlay" app.

Post was last edited on December 30, 2018 7:20 PM PST

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(NT) What do you mean by this
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It's simple.
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(NT) If I knew then I could solve it
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Let's try the other tests.

I can't know what you did for drivers, any video overlay is in use but a few reports may help.

Since I have a 1060 GPU in a PC right here I thought if you could share your setup and some free game/demo I could try it here and see what it could be.

So let's see two reports:
1. Speccy. Share the report as noted at https://www.piriform.com/docs/speccy/using-speccy/publishing-a-speccy-profile-to-the-web
2. Sometimes Userbenchmark.com reports help. Share the link to your test results.

And again, I have written about video overlay 3 times now.

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NVIDIA HUD LAYOUT

You have webcam enabled, go to geforce experience and hud layout

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