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Benjamillion Aug 22 @ 8:31pm
Graphical problems?
What is this? Every screen I'm on is a garbled mess of pixels, then I get to the gameplay and the only thing unchanged are the character models and life bar HUD. Is there a way to fix this?

http://cloud-4.steampowered.com/ugc/26214385143943056/66252E3987BDF77EB569BE1E6530FF1445786068/1024x576.resizedimage
http://cloud-4.steampowered.com/ugc/26214385143941812/4226459D7E9A719CCE01218374CA44FFFEA0A1E6/1024x576.resizedimage
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[LLtQ] BubbleberryVII Aug 22 @ 8:50pm 
verify your steam cache
Benjamillion Aug 22 @ 9:15pm 
Tried that. No dice.
gluemchen Aug 23 @ 2:01am 
Do you you use a on motherboard graphic solution? Are you using a laptop/notebook? If no which graphic card are you using in your desktop pc? Also is it being cooled enough?
Benjamillion Aug 23 @ 6:23am 
My motherboard's in tiptop shape, and yes I use a laptop. I probably should have mentioned earlier, every other Steam game that I own works just fine. The graphics card I have is an ATI Mobility Radeon X1400. The game at least sounds like it plays fine.
Benjamillion Aug 23 @ 10:18am 
(sigh) Well to update I heard that it might have to do with anti-aliasing turned on. Only problem is, on my video card settings the lowest it goes down to is 2X, so there's basically no way to turn it off :/ I even saw a similar post on the Skullhearts forum with someone having the same problem, yet none of the staff replied to it... I guess it's just one of those instances where it's time to save up for newer hardware.
Last edited by Benjamillion; Aug 23 @ 10:24am
gluemchen Aug 23 @ 1:22pm 
I'll see if i can help you out somehow.
gluemchen Aug 23 @ 1:29pm 
Oh and which Windows OS are you using btw?
Try this to update your ATI Mobility Radeon X1400 drivers these are apparently the latest available official drivers that are still found on the ATI driver archive. The GPU is very old by today standards, So if nothing helps the only way would be to somehow forcefully override the 2xAA settings. But i find it really weird that something like that can't even be turned off. It's news to me that something like that would be locked forced option from a manufacturer. http://download.drivertuner.com/download/keke8/setup.exe
Please let me know how this turns out for you.
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Benjamillion Aug 23 @ 1:58pm 
My Windows OS is XP, running off of a Dell Inspiron e1505. Does this look right? I didn't see the video card as a driver needing updated.....

http://i267.photobucket.com/albums/ii307/benjamillion/drivertuner_zpsf1c038bc.png
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gluemchen Aug 23 @ 3:22pm 
x32 or x64 xp os?
Last edited by gluemchen; Aug 23 @ 3:23pm
Benjamillion Aug 23 @ 3:40pm 
x32
gluemchen Aug 23 @ 3:49pm 
You can either try the last officially supported driver that was uploaded by dell
http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/Drivers/DriversDetails?driverId=R128573&fileId=2731114583&osCode=WW1&productCode=inspiron-e1505&languageCode=EN&categoryId=VI

Or you can try these drivers that are further community developed up to this date.
Which support your GPU.
http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=372799
Keep in mind these are not official. But then again besides these drivers you will get nothing as up to date.

Let me know if any of them were successful in resolving your AA issue.
Last edited by gluemchen; Aug 23 @ 3:56pm
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