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[LiAN] Dawon Nov 29, 2013 @ 1:29pm
Black sparkling dots in game
Hello,

Firstly I love this game, it is just wonderful. But unfortunately all the time I play this game I have black dots flashing over screen. I tried uninstalling and updating my graphics driver, but it didn't help. Any ideas how to fix that?

I have HP Probook 6550b with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 540v, Win 7 Pro 64bit.

Screenshot: http://cloud-2.steampowered.com/ugc/504698005939894745/01A0049A4B1C9891F4AA9F6A52E39827A92568D7/

Thanks for any ideas
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Californ1a Nov 29, 2013 @ 1:41pm 
Seems like it's a problem with your specific graphics card, not really anything you can do except try on a different computer.

Other than reinstalling graphics card drivers, or reinstalling the game itself, there isn't much you can do.
[LiAN] Dawon Nov 29, 2013 @ 1:47pm 
Thanks for reply,

Interesting is that this not happen in any other game except Antichamber and Papo & Yo. So I guess it is some problem with Unreal Engine but I have not clue how to fix that...

It's true that it happens on my computer only, but it has to have some solution...
Californ1a Nov 29, 2013 @ 1:52pm 
Just because something doesn't work does not mean that it has a "solution." The problem lies between your card and the game engine; the engine is probably using code that your card does not understand or know how to interpret. The only fix would be a software/firmware update for your card to make it "understand" what the engine is trying to tell it. This would be in the form of a driver update, but since you said that you've already done this, then there is no new drivers for your specific card that will support the particular code from the game engine. This is why "check for gpu driver updates" is always the first thing people say when someone receives a graphical error in any game.
T-wRecks Nov 29, 2013 @ 6:51pm 
Go into your video card settings, make a program profile, change some things (note what the initial setting is first), and see what happens. Catalyst AI (if AMD drivers still have that) or various AA modes might be the problem. Or not, who knows, but it's worth trying.
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