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Gameplay to dark to see - nVidia

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting' started by TJBalistic, Jul 24, 2008.

  1. TJBalistic

    TJBalistic New Member

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    I have an nVidia Geforce 4 TI 4200. When I play infiltration, it looks much darker than the sample photos on the website.
    I found the option to brighten up the menu, but not the in-game play.
    Do you know how to solve this problem? How?
     
  2. Snakeye

    Snakeye Mk82HD

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    Technically brightness in the video options should work for both menu and in-game. At least it does on my last three GFX cards, which are quite a bit newer than yours though (Radeon Mobility 9700, Geforce Go 7900GTX, Geforce 8800M GTX). If my oldest laptop hadn't had a GFX card brakedown about 4 years ago I could even tell you what it would look like on a Geforce Go 440, but I'm pretty sure the brightness worked for both menu and in-game there too - but then my newest desktop has a Geforce 2MX and it seemed to work for both too - so unless the Geforce 4 Ti 4200 is the odd one out I'd suppose it should work there too.

    What mode are you using: OpenGL, DirectX or SW? I personally prefer OpenGL and it always seemed to work fine for me - just be sure to use Chris custom OpenGL drivers (a search here or on Google should provide a link to them).
     
  3. [5thSFG]Mitchell

    [5thSFG]Mitchell unexpected guest

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    In the topic "The Perfect Install" there should be the OpenGL drivers you're looking for. :)
     

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