I have Radeon HD 2400 Pro, all the updated drivers, and Windows Vista. Basically it works fine, until I load my favorite game, Empire Earth. THe graphics are funky and the people are missing body parts and stuff. Any ideas???
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most computers systems have certain drivers configuration setups for certain games so you dont have that problem.
control panel, open up personazation,open display setting, find advance setting, open the folder that matches the type of graphics card you are using.
open the control center
avivo tm video
graphics: hardware & software options
I don't think it's the card, I think it's the update, try this, do a restore to yesterday, before the game started screwing up. If that works it was the update and that means one or two different things. Either the operating system serial number isn't valid, or the operating system took an update that messed up the video. Either way, it was working before you took the update right? If so let's get it back before the stuff hit the fan and take it from there. Thanks and if this works please rate me a fix ya, also if it works, don't take any windows updates or that card will do the same thing, you may need to remove the last update in the add remove programs in your control panel, do't go crazy just take out the one that it took before you had the peoblem. This stuff is easy if you just assume that MSFT is out to get everyone, because they are
To get your drivers follow these simply steps below:
First go to this website "CLICK HERE" - once
you've done that fill in all the details of your "Graphics Card" then
After you've completed the installation restart your computer
just to make everything work correctly.
Note: after you've installed the driver your resolution when you've restarted your computer will be diffrenrent and may need changing.
Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful in someway. Further problems of any kind just leave a message on here and i will get back to you a.s.a.p.