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How to fix in-game graphics glitches?

Discussion in 'Archive' started by naB4o, Jun 27, 2012.

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  1. naB4o

    naB4o User

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    before i had no problem but since i put 64 bit windows i got graphics glitches. i am using latest video drivers (tried with older) and also reinstalled the game. situation is like this:
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    any ideas how to solve this ****?
     
  2. DeepBlue

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    thread moved to appropriate section.
     
  3. Kall

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    hello,
    can you post what graphic card you use and version of drivers?
    do you have stable version?

    best regards
     
  4. rafik

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    check options in drivers for lineage or use default to all games
     
  5. naB4o

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    ati mobility radeon hd 4570, catalyst version is 12.4 (downloaded via ati downloader) for 64 bit windows. i use same settings like with the previous windows so i doubt that they are causing this problem.

    edit: tried on default, max performance and max quality settings... same ****, different fps :)
     
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  6. kerbedzisko

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    same problem now appeared win 7 32 :(
    geforce 460 gtx and latest drivers.... before i had no problems at all
     
  7. lonewolfGR

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    have you guys tried to download all the latest windows updates? since nab4o is reporting that this issue appear after installing 64-bit windows.
     
  8. kerbedzisko

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    ok i found a solution. go to your control panel and then hardware and sound - device manager - find your graphic card and uninstall its drivers, then restart your pc and let windows to find and load drivers automaticly.... additionally go to your web browser and in tools go to options then advanced and then uncheck use hardware acceleration......

    helped for me


    i am a genius ....uncheck still doesnt work :p but i am on it
    remove dust from the card = worked :p
     
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  9. Hidrica

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    your card is burn, buy another pc (you have a labtop i guess), also, dont play on labtops, they are not for that
     
  10. kerbedzisko

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    i dont have any laptops i have normal pc but it often stays open and thats why i have so much dust in it :p cleaning helped, card must have been overheated...
     
  11. Hidrica

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    i my post was for nabo since he has a "mobility" card (laptop)

    for you if your pc/graphic card are old, i sugest you to use "msi affterburner" and increase the fan speed and decrease the clock of the graphic card mainly to prevent overheating.
     
  12. kerbedzisko

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    i have geforce gtx 460 which is less then 2 years old
     
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    this topic is older than 30 days and will be moved to the archive section . if it's needed to be open again, please send me private information,

    regards
     
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