Graphical Error

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  1. AoM_Scott

    AoM_Scott Youth Team

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    Does anyone know a solution to this problem? It happens sometimes in matches. I am currently using 3DAnalyser to fix my slowmo, could this be the problem? I have a Geforce4 MX 440 card.

    Scott

    P.S. I would of searched but didn't know what to search for.
     
  2. biker_jim_uk

    biker_jim_uk Starting XI

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    thats a gfx card or driver problem
     
  3. Mayor

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    no, it happens sometimes when you use 3D Analyser, to fix it just press Alt+Tab twice

    3D Analyser is great progs which able GF MX owners to play hi res hi detail with no slowdowns
    errors like this above happen to me just 1 time of 15 matches in replays only; I press Alt+Tab to minimize it then repeat to back into game and it looks fine
     
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    ok, but that's what I got when my gfx card started to burn out!
     
  5. Mayor

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    too much messing with Riva tuner :D
    I set it up just to 'Normal' and my card never start to burnd ;D
     
  6. AoM_Scott

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    Thanks Mayor but havent tested it yet... I hope my gfx card doesnt self destruct or something but im not overclocking or anything at the mo.

    Scott
     
  7. Daniel Jones

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    There's no danger of damaging you graphics card unless you overclock it too much without high-end cooling.
     
      

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