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Greyed-out icons in lower right corner of screen
#1
Just today, these weird grey icons showed up whenever I run PCSX2. It was working completely fine last night, but now they won't go away. To make matters worse, clicking them does nothing, but double-clicking the screen also no longer toggles fullscreen mode. As I haven't had this problem ever before, I was wondering if anybody here had a fix. I saw a thread talking about somebody else having this issue, but it seemed to basically fix itself.

Thanks for your time.

Edit: Disabling my microphone removes the mic icon. Clearly this isn't a workable solution, but it's good to know.
Edit 2: The icons only appear the first time I have the emulator set as my active window. If I click on something else before the window loads, they don't appear until I click back on the emulator window. Again, not useful at all, just helpful to know.
Edit 3: Apparently Instant Replay had turned itself on in GeForce Experience. Updating GFE and turning it off using Ctrl-Alt-Z fixed the issue. Thank you so much mstreurman!

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#2
Doesn't look like it's from PCSX2. Are you running on a laptop, maybe it's some bloatware that shipped with the computer and you accidently switched it on with some keyboard shortcut. Check the running processes.
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(12-18-2016, 05:16 PM)FaithLV Wrote: Doesn't look like it's from PCSX2. Are you running on a laptop, maybe it's some bloatware that shipped with the computer and you accidently switched it on with some keyboard shortcut. Check the running processes.

I figured it wasn't a PCSX2 thing. I am on a laptop, but have never seen this before. I've also tried closing out a bunch of background processes, but nothing has yet worked. Will keep going, thanks for the input. Laugh

Edit: Disabling my microphone removes the mic icon. Clearly this isn't a workable solution, but it's good to know.
Edit 2: The icons only appear the first time I have the emulator set as my active window. If I click on something else before the window loads, they don't appear until I click back on the emulator window. Again, not useful at all, just helpful to know.
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(12-18-2016, 05:14 PM)orangeandblack5 Wrote: Just today, these weird grey icons showed up whenever I run PCSX2. It was working completely fine last night, but now they won't go away. To make matters worse, clicking them does nothing, but double-clicking the screen also no longer toggles fullscreen mode. As I haven't had this problem ever before, I was wondering if anybody here had a fix. I saw a thread talking about somebody else having this issue, but it seemed to basically fix itself.

Thanks for your time.

Edit: Disabling my microphone removes the mic icon. Clearly this isn't a workable solution, but it's good to know.
Edit 2: The icons only appear the first time I have the emulator set as my active window. If I click on something else before the window loads, they don't appear until I click back on the emulator window. Again, not useful at all, just helpful to know.

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These icons are from the GeForce Experience overlay and have something to do with the GameStream options, there is a key combination to open up the overlay (something like ctrl+alt+z or so) from there you can either turn off those icons, disable the overlay completely or turn off GameStream
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(12-22-2016, 01:35 PM)mstreurman Wrote: These icons are from the GeForce Experience overlay and have something to do with the GameStream options, there is a key combination to open up the overlay (something like ctrl+alt+z or so) from there you can either turn off those icons, disable the overlay completely or turn off GameStream

Must be a newer version of GFe then as I don't see those at all with GFE 2.11.4

GFE 2.11.4 still works perfectly with Moonlight streaming to both my phone and tablet and my laptop from my desktop.
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Trying it now, thanks for the tip!

Edit: Yep! Apparently Instant replay had turned itself on in GeForce Experience. Updating GFE and turning it off using Ctrl-Alt-Z fixed the issue. Thank you so much mstreurman!
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