I am pretty sure this is a software problem.
When I move an IE window in front of it, it gets covered up.
When I change the resolution, it's still there.
When I rotate the screen (using NVidia's Control Panel), the aberration rotates with the screen. It doesn't stay in the same spot.
When I add a new wallpaper, it's still there.
I have tried rebooting and before I do anything like reinstalling, I wanted to check and see if there was an easy solve here. It doesn't seem to effect anything, it just drives me crazy.
Edited by Queen-Evie, 05 July 2014 - 09:26 PM.
moved from Internal Hardware to Windows 8