HT4152: MacBook Pro: How to determine which graphics processor is in useLearn about MacBook Pro: How to determine which graphics processor is in use
Currently Being ModeratedJun 11, 2012 9:31 AM (in response to trevor0124)
If it's just Safari where you see the mask, might not be the graphics card.
From your Safari menu bar click Safari > Preferences > Extensions. If you have any installed, turn that OFF, quit then relaunch Safari to test.
If it's not an extension issue, select the Security tab in Safari > Prefereces. Deselect: Enable plug ins
Quit then relaunch Safari to test. If the mask disappeared, you need to troubleshoot Safari add ons > Safari: Unsupported third-party add-ons may cause Safari to unexpectedly quit or have performance issues
And check Safari > Preferences > Advanced. Where you see: Style sheet
Click the pop up menu. Select: None Selected
If it's not a plugin or style sheet issue, then run the Apple Hardware Test
edited by: cs
Currently Being ModeratedJun 11, 2012 9:48 AM (in response to Carolyn Samit)
It did not seem to be any of those issues . . . nothing fixed the issue . . . I did report it to Apple with screen shot . . . but no response yet. It's not just Safari . . . it's an images/drop-down menu graphics bug of some sort . . . I am going to try the Apple Hardware Test . . .
Currently Being ModeratedJun 11, 2012 11:23 AM (in response to trevor0124)
Thank You Carolyn!! I ran the Apple Hardware Test . . . it twice - the little 1 and the extended 1 - whatever it did, it fixed the issue. But it said 'no errors' were found, but it worked!! Thanks Carolyn!! Have a good day and great rest of the week!!
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