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Screen shaking and jumping
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I recently tried playing Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix and at seemingly random times the screen jitters and stretches vertically, like the game is going from fullscreen to widescreen. Tried pressing f5 and configuring interlacing to no avail. Any fixes?
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#2
Are you by any chance running an NVIDIA GPU?
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#3
Yes: Nvidia GTX 650
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#4
downgrade your driver to 320.24 or earlier, it should be fine then
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#5
Awesome! Thanks a bunch, working fine now.
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(12-11-2013, 01:06 AM)refraction Wrote: downgrade your driver to 320.24 or earlier, it should be fine then

I don't mean to be THAT GUY but your version number is incorrect. According to the Nvidia site, the v320.24 drivers don't exist as a version number, either BETA or WHQL.

Here's a brief list of WHQL available for that GPU that the OP stated:

v320.18 on May 23, 2013
v320.49 on July 1, 2013
v327.23 on September 19, 2013

So the best drivers to try are the v320.49 or v320.18 drivers. I wouldn't try to go back earlier or you'll miss out on performance optimizations for your graphics card in the newer drivers.
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#7
Hi folks. Having the same problem here. Is that the ONLY solution to go back to older GPU drivers?

Seems funny to roll back to more dated drivers. I must admit - don't know a great deal about drivers/software interfaces. How would this be sorted keeping drivers up to date? NVidia accommodate PCSX2 or vice versa (or I'm guessing more accurately, the plugin?)

I'm running a GeForce GTX 660 - Driver Date 23.10.13

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#8
You can read all about that fun here: http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Graphics-...ia-drivers
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#9
indeed, latest svn and enabling hw hacks in gsdx then the "NVIDIA Hack" from within the hwhack settings should do the trick
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Oh you guys worked it out? I haven't been following that thread. Nice.
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