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Offline jowight

is this a vista problem?
« on: Mar 04, 2009, 07:33 pm »
look, i have a problem and it looks like this i have a DSL connection 100mbps i am a vista user and i use LAPTOP.. my server was MYRO..

my prob is my floor is black and i can't see the writtings on the items its transparent.. please do help me out thanks


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Offline Cielte

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #1 on: Mar 04, 2009, 07:35 pm »
Looks like a graphic problem. o.x

Offline Littlechan

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #2 on: Mar 04, 2009, 09:32 pm »
try checking your graphic card? o.o?


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Offline jowight

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #3 on: Mar 04, 2009, 10:35 pm »
how to check the graphic card if i'am using a laptop?

Offline Littlechan

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #4 on: Mar 05, 2009, 12:05 am »
how to check the graphic card if i'am using a laptop?

I don't know...sorry >_<


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Offline Zone

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #5 on: Mar 05, 2009, 06:18 pm »
100mbps is the fastest your ethernet card can handle, your connection is not 100mbps.
As for the issue, that's clientside related, so somewhere there are screwed up files.

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Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #6 on: Mar 06, 2009, 08:45 am »
Check your video drivers, Jowight. They're available to download from your card's manufacturer. One of my players had this same issue(Black everywhere), a driver update and the problem was solved.

Offline jowight

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #7 on: Mar 06, 2009, 05:45 pm »
how to check my drivers? is it in the properties in my computer? sorry i dont know about them thanks for the reply

Offline Cielte

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #8 on: Mar 06, 2009, 05:59 pm »
how to check my drivers? is it in the properties in my computer? sorry i dont know about them thanks for the reply

Well, from what I know. Control Panel -> System -> Hardware -> Device Manager(this is for XP as far as I know, but you should be able to find it on Vista as well)

Offline Pow

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #9 on: Mar 06, 2009, 08:26 pm »
how to check my drivers? is it in the properties in my computer? sorry i dont know about them thanks for the reply

Well, from what I know. Control Panel -> System -> Hardware -> Device Manager(this is for XP as far as I know, but you should be able to find it on Vista as well)

It would be much more efficient to just click Start (That stupid little symbol Vista uses) and type "dxdiag" without the quotations into that little 'search' box.

Open it, second tab - Tell us what card you have and somebody will find the drivers... Takes two seconds

-Pow
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There isn't any god that can save us all
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There is no belief in this promised land

Offline jowight

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #10 on: Mar 06, 2009, 08:56 pm »
how to check my drivers? is it in the properties in my computer? sorry i dont know about them thanks for the reply

Well, from what I know. Control Panel -> System -> Hardware -> Device Manager(this is for XP as far as I know, but you should be able to find it on Vista as well)

It would be much more efficient to just click Start (That stupid little symbol Vista uses) and type "dxdiag" without the quotations into that little 'search' box.

Open it, second tab - Tell us what card you have and somebody will find the drivers... Takes two seconds

-Pow


drivers
main driver

Offline Pow

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #11 on: Mar 06, 2009, 08:57 pm »
how to check my drivers? is it in the properties in my computer? sorry i dont know about them thanks for the reply

Well, from what I know. Control Panel -> System -> Hardware -> Device Manager(this is for XP as far as I know, but you should be able to find it on Vista as well)

It would be much more efficient to just click Start (That stupid little symbol Vista uses) and type "dxdiag" without the quotations into that little 'search' box.

Open it, second tab - Tell us what card you have and somebody will find the drivers... Takes two seconds

-Pow


drivers
main driver

Sorry, fourth tab.. The one that says "Sound"

-Pow
Divided we stand, together we fall.
There isn't any god that can save us all
So don't pray on your knees, just beg on your hands
There is no belief in this promised land

Offline jowight

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #12 on: Mar 06, 2009, 09:00 pm »
how to check my drivers? is it in the properties in my computer? sorry i dont know about them thanks for the reply

Well, from what I know. Control Panel -> System -> Hardware -> Device Manager(this is for XP as far as I know, but you should be able to find it on Vista as well)

It would be much more efficient to just click Start (That stupid little symbol Vista uses) and type "dxdiag" without the quotations into that little 'search' box.

Open it, second tab - Tell us what card you have and somebody will find the drivers... Takes two seconds

-Pow


drivers
main driver

Sorry, fourth tab.. The one that says "Sound"

-Pow



the sound 2?
ok here's the info

4th tab sound 2
Drivers:
name : viahduaa.sys
version: 6.00.0001.1240(english)
Date: 6/7/2007
WHQL Logo'd: YES
other files:
Provider: via TEchnologies, Inc.


2nd tab display
drivers
main driver : VTGUModeDX32.dll
Version: 7.14.0014.0026(english)
Date : 9/13/2007 4:17:36AM
WHQL Logo'd:Yes
DDI version :9Ex

is this the one we look for?

Offline Pow

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #13 on: Mar 06, 2009, 09:06 pm »
how to check my drivers? is it in the properties in my computer? sorry i dont know about them thanks for the reply

Well, from what I know. Control Panel -> System -> Hardware -> Device Manager(this is for XP as far as I know, but you should be able to find it on Vista as well)

It would be much more efficient to just click Start (That stupid little symbol Vista uses) and type "dxdiag" without the quotations into that little 'search' box.

Open it, second tab - Tell us what card you have and somebody will find the drivers... Takes two seconds

-Pow


drivers
main driver

Sorry, fourth tab.. The one that says "Sound"

-Pow



the sound 2?
ok here's the info

4th tab sound 2
Drivers:
name : viahduaa.sys
version: 6.00.0001.1240(english)
Date: 6/7/2007
WHQL Logo'd: YES
other files:
Provider: via TEchnologies, Inc.


2nd tab display
drivers
main driver : VTGUModeDX32.dll
Version: 7.14.0014.0026(english)
Date : 9/13/2007 4:17:36AM
WHQL Logo'd:Yes
DDI version :9Ex

is this the one we look for?


Wait -facepalms-

We want video, not sound.. Sound is for another topic - go to that tab instead.

-Pow
Divided we stand, together we fall.
There isn't any god that can save us all
So don't pray on your knees, just beg on your hands
There is no belief in this promised land

Offline jowight

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #14 on: Mar 06, 2009, 09:47 pm »
there is no video tab here
there's only DISPLAY tab

drivers
main driver : VTGUModeDX32.dll
Version: 7.14.0014.0026(english)
Date : 9/13/2007 4:17:36AM
WHQL Logo'd:Yes
DDI version :9Ex



Offline Pow

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #15 on: Mar 06, 2009, 09:52 pm »
there is no video tab here
there's only DISPLAY tab

drivers
main driver : VTGUModeDX32.dll
Version: 7.14.0014.0026(english)
Date : 9/13/2007 4:17:36AM
WHQL Logo'd:Yes
DDI version :9Ex




Okay, so you use an onboard video card.. >Click here< and get the "WinS3ID.EXE" and let me know what graphics card you actually have - I will look for updated drivers for you.

-Pow
Divided we stand, together we fall.
There isn't any god that can save us all
So don't pray on your knees, just beg on your hands
There is no belief in this promised land

Offline jowight

Re: is this a vista problem?
« Reply #16 on: Mar 09, 2009, 07:11 pm »
Sir Pow,
         Thank You for your help. I had solved my problem at it was just /lightmap =) thanks a lot, i appreciate it