I play World of Warcraft and use a GeForce 8500 card. Ive noticed when i enter like dark or shaded areas, its really dark and you cant see anything. Kinda has a black glow onto it that blocks you from seeing anything.
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Re: 19" Widescreen Dark Shading
It is probably a driver issue. see if installing the latest driver fixes the issue. Click here. Otherwise try running the game in opengl mode(It can run in two modes 1)direct3d and 2)opengl and see if it fixes the issue Postback if you need more help
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adcg, the world of war craft is played online through servers, not just on your computer. the version is needed to see if there are issues with your video card, Do you have XP home or XP pro? you have more than 1 mb of ram at this point I am going to say that you have issues with the video card take it back and get an ATI to replace it, they are better and have less issues. you could also be having an overheat problem with the CPU and that means you need a new heat sink and fan assembly to keep the CPU cooler when you are running this game. That is about all the help I can give you , my advice is to take the computer to a service center and have them look at the CPU heat sink and fan assembly to see if it is working properly. hope this helps
You have to clean the scanner.Open the dock feeder area,and make sure the scanner glass is clean sometimes the glass look clean but just a smaal dot on the glass can cause a line.Clean also the white area above the scanner.The white area above the scanner help for shading operation of the mchine.Make sure you clean with a sullotion that can remove ink but not damage plastic.
What you need to do is adjust shading. That recalabrates the scanner. To enter the machine into the tech mode you press " menu, # 1934" then you will be in the tech mode, a T should appear on the machine screen. You then go to machine setup and maintenance, then scroll to adjust shading or just shading, depending on how your specific firmware states it. Then place 5 sheets of white paper on the glass, 5 pieces of paper think not spread out, then press start, if it askes you DO you want to asjust press start and let it run through the setup.
Once you have cleaned the scanner you really need to adjust teh shading. A better way to say it would be scanner calabration.
Your scanner glass, mirrors and lens need to be cleaned.
There is an adjustment you can try.
Press in order. Menu #1934. That will enter diagnostics.
On your menu scroll around to find maintenance, then scroll to Shading adjustment.
Place 5 pieces of paper on the glass and press enter until it runs the shading adjustment. That is the scanner calabration.
That can help. But most likely the mirrors and lass are hazy.
Unlike an old copier where dirty optics showed up as a dark image, dirty scanners see less light reflected from your document and therefore print out what they see which can be streaky, faded and very very poor gray scale.
If you want me to I can send you the steps in disassembling that machine, but it does require pretty much disassembling the machine and that scanner head, you can break the lamp easily.
-At this stage I would recommend just to blame the card's software (drivers) uninstall all drivers and software partinent to this video card. Restart the machine and play the game for a while, see if your monitor crashes. If still does crashes then its the OS.
-Simply uninstall the graphics card from the PC and check if the perfomance of games effect your video. If it still does effect then there is a problem with OS.
Finally I would suggest to simply install the card install the latest patches and drivers from the website of the manufacturer and restart your machine if it works then we can blame faulty driver and software.
-Also please check the manufacturers website of any known issues with this particular card with Vista.
Sometimes this is due to graphics cards, but most of the time it is due to drivers. If it does not happen when you are using your PC for other things the problem probably just lies with the graphic card, driver, and this particular game or any game similar. Drivers are the most notorious! Check your requirements on the game for graphics cards recommendations! Let me know!