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  1. Thanks, yeah, I saw that it might be a dash instead of a normal minus sign. I tried both. Neither seemed to work. However, I tried a slightly different file, the GW2 64-bit one. "gw2-64.exe." I changed that and amended the -repair option to the end and it did the trick.
  2. I am trying to run a repair of Guild Wars 2. I have found the link to repair it, followed the instructions, but it doesn't seem to do much when I run it. It does not "begin the repairing your game client" or verify files. It seems to just launch the game. I think I am doing something wrong and could use some help figuring out what it is. The file name is ""H:\Program Files (x86)\Guild Wars 2\Gw2.exe" –repair"
  3. I think there was something messed up in the resolution. I reinstalled my GPU driver, doing a clean install through Geforce Experience. I did mention I have changed my resolution a while back. At one time I had been using Dymamic Super Resolution (DSR). I think it was still trying to use one of the settings from that. Part of why I stopped using it was that every other driver release from NVIDIA did not offer that resolution for my display. As part of this, I had only recently begun to be able to Optimize the game using Geforce Experience. I had gotten some help getting that working. My next s
  4. Not really. I changed the resolution a few months back, with an old NVIDIA driver. I normally run at 2560 x 1440. I do, however, have scaling set at 150%. That has not changed recently either. I will try doing a repair. If that doesn't work I may need to reinstall my graphics driver.
  5. The font size and text of my cutscenes is incredibly small. It hasn't always been this way. I could use some help as I have been unable to find the setting that controls it to change it. The rest of my GUI is sized okay.
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