TheOnlyJoumae May 13, 2013 @ 9:13pm
Really weird graphic glitch I have a question about.
My friend is having this weird bug that looks like a giant laser show is going on in game.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=144970743
He's running an Radeon HD 7970 and he says his drivers are up to date. He also says he's turned off his mods except for this Ashen race mod (That is what his character is) and says nothing fixes it.
Anyone else having this issue or know a fix for it?
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|Xвпп| Witt May 13, 2013 @ 9:22pm 
Weird...

I have no idea what could be causing it. This is the problem with games that are so easily modded. Each particular configuration can produce bugs and glitches that are completely unique to your situation.

There are only two things that come to mind right off the top of my head though.

First of all, understand that all running scripts are stored directly into your Skyrim save games. Therefore, uninstalling mods does NOT stop scripts, conflicting or not. So any scripts that were running before you uninstalled mods x, y, and z, are STILL running... Unless you start a NEW game. (Sux, I know.)

Secondly... The ATI website has an "Automatically detect drivers and download latest version" thing that has NOT been working for me. For a couple months, I was using OLD CCC, thinking I was up to date. The Auto Updater was telling me that I was using the latest version. I was NOT.

It's best to punch in your EXACT product and find the driver download page manually.
Sesh May 14, 2013 @ 3:37pm 
It looks like you may have some bad meshes. If you are running any mods turn them off (one at a time to show which one is cuasing the problem). If not try verifying your game through steam.
brianbluewolf May 14, 2013 @ 3:41pm 
thats a graphic bug from your drivers do as Witt says check the site and make sure its up to date and if its a beta driver roll back to a prevous one
Sesh May 14, 2013 @ 3:52pm 
Listen to the wise people, my post is based on past Elder Scrolls experience, I've never had trouble like that from Skrim (plenty of other trouble though).
brianbluewolf May 14, 2013 @ 3:55pm 
actually it can be caused by using sli when meshes dont load at the same speed SLI splits the load so there for half and half is loaded cause the meshes to burst out like that meshes are made of numerious parts of tri's and others which is why they will be different colors and shapes
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