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Resident Evil Outbreak textures problem
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Hello. I have a problem with texture display on my new PC. I tried several plug-ins, changed resolutions and filters which doesn't work at all. The spots are always the same, but no regularity. During the camera movements textures become original for a moment and then fade to black again.

Checked on 2 versions, 1.0.0 and 1.2.1.

Win7 Ultimate 64. Geforce gt 640, core i3, 6 gb ram. Full speed on 1080p.

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Try Press F9?
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#3
Yeah, the spots are normal now, but graphic is poor.
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#4
Some games require software mode and that's only native resolution.
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#5
Both Outbreaks usually work at hardware pretty well, that's something with directx, cuz partly solved by picking 9 instead of 11 just now. Thanks anyway.
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What NVIDIA drivers are you running?

Wouldn't be surprised if it's related to the latest drivers as they don't seem to play well with PCSX2 in D3D11 mode.
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(06-17-2014, 11:39 AM)lightreflections Wrote: What NVIDIA drivers are you running?

Wouldn't be surprised if it's related to the latest drivers as they don't seem to play well with PCSX2 in D3D11 mode.

It certainly sounds like it.
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