I hav this weird problem during cutscenes, especially where there is a lot of movement. the graphics, normally around the person's face, distort rly badly so u can't see anything. it doesn't happen anywhere else. otherwise the game run perfectly. it's not a major problem, just distracting.
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Re: strange graphic blur during cut scenes
Hi there, please follow the below procedure to fix this problem:
For Windows XP: 1) Hit Windows Ley+R to open a run window.
2) Type: In Windows XP - C:\Documents and Settings\[Username]\Application Data\CAPCOM\DEVILMAYCRY4 In Vista - C:\Users\[Username]\AppData\Local\CAPCOM\DEVILMAYCRY4 (make sure to replace [Username] with your windows log on name)
3) Hit Enter to open the folder.
4) Open config.ini and find the line that says "MotionBlurQuality=XXX", change XXX to NONE.
5) Save the file. This should fix the cutscene blur issue :)
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if you play 2011 games pl z check your graphic card property because this game need lot of graphics.that its your games give a lot of pressure of your processor & your PC has been heated. you meet your hp shop dealer & check it a problem.if you possible you perches graphic card (250M nvidia) & install it.
Try a different USB port if you can. Check the lighting, to make sure you do not have "low light" conditions, that will affect the picture in a similar way. Check the focus ring on the front to make sure it is set right.
I have a TX-SR505 and the same thing has been happening on mine since I bought it. I am also hooked up to a Panasonic Plasma, using the optical cable to the receiver. It's been perplexing me. I have noticed it typically during commercials, not during normal programming. If I turn up the volume on the Panasonic TV, I can hear the audio, so I know it's not a problem with the over the air signal. It must be something wrong with the reciever. Would love a fix to this!
As this chip has no dedicated video memory it will be dependent on how much RAM you have installed in your notebook. Maximum amount it can share from system memory is 384MB. It will probably be capable of rendering the scene but depending on the complexity of your scene it could take a while. For more info on your integrated graphics card which is an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD visit http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Graphics-Media-Accelerator-4500MHD-GMA-X4500MHD.9883.0.html
This is fairly common, especially if you are moving quickly in left 4 dead. It is maxing out the Xbox 360's capabilities and once and a while will get a graphic glitch here or there. Make sure your xbox 360 is well ventilated and is not overheating. This could cause this as well, but since you say it's only in left 4 dead this is probably not the case.
It could be, especially if there are graphics on the screen involved. The phenomenom is called "foldover" and is not limited to just one type of set. Bothersome, yes, repairable, yes, but if the set if otherwise operational....Plan on spending about 150 to 250 for a fix...accordianman
Your graphics card might be going bad. The GPU might be getting too hot. Power down the machine, open the computer case and inspect the graphics card. If your graphic card has a fan, is it covered in dust. Get some of those compressed air cans from walmart or any other store, and blow out the dust.
If you still have a warranty on the PC, don't open the case, this may void your warranty. Since you are posting here, I will assume you don't have one, so go nuts with the Air cans.
Also you might have caused too much damage, and might need to get a new graphic card, but try the air cans first.