You should change "Change text, application, and other project sizes" to 100% in order to solve the problem.
Don't you think your 'solution' is quite absurd?
I don't understand Chinese writing, But the picture you uploaded seems to be fairly sharp on my computer. The edges of the chinese characters seem to be sharp. Does the chinese characters seem sharp to you on a previous driver? Have you tried adjusting your Monitor's settings to see if it comes in better?
Also the most important info is this: INFORMATION REQUIRED WHEN POSTING A QUESTION
By the Way, No need to be insulting if an answer seems to be stupid to you. These are people trying to help you with your problem. Sometimes, a stupid answer may be correct, in the respect, that you may have overlook a simple troubleshooting procedure.
In short - the installation text is not user friendly. I have Windows 10 and set 125% text zoom. All programs works fine except the AMD installer. AND, the problem has been persistent since the introduction of Crimson installer (almost 2 years ago?).
About my 'insulting' reply - he/she is a new registered user. I am suspicious the intention of the 'solution'.
Your at the pre install, so running on windows basic display driver ?
But, you could use the "report issue" function and they may have a look at it.
Where is the "report issue" function?
BTW, what do you mean by "basic display driver"? It seems you assume my system is under severe condition. But the answer is NO. I'm running Windows 10 with super good user experience and Windows 10 UI effect is stunning.
It's strange that my first post leads you to a conclusion that I have a basic display driver. But anyway thanks for your information.
Maybe I have posted to a wrong forum; I think I should post directly to a Chinese support forum but I could find one.
Your translations are a little off. What is being said is....until the AMD drivers are installed, Windows will use the 'basic display driver' until it is installed. Since you have this problem when you are attempting to install the AMD drivers..that means you don't have graphics drivers. And Windows10 will use the 'basic display driver' and maybe those drivers are causing the blurry print.
I don't know if your explanation is applicable to my situation. The screenshot is the very first dialog after starting up installation; only after clicking the button at bottom will the setup continue. I don't think it's when the basic driver starts its play. I think the screen flashes one or tow times during the driver installation (several dialogs after the first dialog) and that's when the basic driver becomes active.
The 'basic driver' is what is showing you the screen. The first dialog screen has nothing but 'basic' drivers to display it.
I still doubt it. Because it comes into play only when "software from your hardware manufacturer isn't installed". I always have the latest driver installed once a new release is released. And that's why I created this forum thread, after more than 2 years during which I hope it would be fixed.
Our replies are based on the assumption that you have followed AMDs recommended install instructions
that is when the basic driver comes in to use.
It seems I never followed the recommendations because I never knew they exist. But for years, I have had no major problems by installing new drivers over old ones.
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