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HELLLLP!!!!!!! URGENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I am in FS2002 HELL right now with my Graphics!!!FS will not Anti-Alise on my GF2 MX400, and also the texture shake an shimmer like there is a earthquake!!!I have already tried 3 Different Drivers!A)28.32 B)29.42 C)23.11On my GTU Settings in the DirectX Tab, I told GTU to force FSAA, to force Anti-Alise, and I put the max setting of AA at 4x!In FS i have AA selected and checked!!I have also reformated my HD and reinstalled FS Numerous times(11x) to fix this problem!Can you tell me whats going on and what do you reccomend I do??Please Respond, I need your help! FS isnt enjoyable when the textures are acting this way and it is driving me insane!!

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Might your framerate lock be too high? Try turning it down to let's say 18, and see if AA works again.Also: are you in windowed view or fullscreen view? In windowed view I reckon AA isn't supposed to work.

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Have you checked mip mapping...if not, you will get sparkly shimmering textures...btw, I have the same card and use the 29.42 drivers with great success... and I have locked frame rate at 17...very good performacne results in the mid teens (most of the time).Sherman KaplanHighland Park IL

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Woah, Ouch, whats with all the shouting!!?My eyes are still ringing!!Shhh....Man I thought there was a fire!!Later,http://www.forefrontgrp.com/jayssig.jpg"There is an art . . . to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss!"

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