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My God! This is the third question in two days on this subject ;-) Doesn't anybody read the forum before posting??? ;-)Just Kidding.Select 32-bit mode and it will go back to normal.

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I'm not sure its the same problem, cause the other post says that I just have to run in 32bit colour and disable anti aliasing, I have done that but it still doesn't work :/

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Hi Raini,I may be wrong but I seem to remember seeing something similar shortly after installing my Ti 4400 while experimenting with Anti-aliasing. To be honest I have always found it more trouble than it's worth.Bump up your resolution to 1280x960x32Switch to the 30.82 driversGet RivaTuner and adjust LOD to -0.1 and force level 8 Anisotropy.Mike :-wave

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THAAAAAAAAAANKS AAAAAAAALOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!!!I WORKED, it didn't just correct this problem but also a problem in another game, you are my Hero!sorry im very tired and extreamly happy :D

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Different issue here. I dunno the solution in this case.Jaap Verduijn.

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When I got my Ti4600 I had the same problem. I removed the display.cfg file in FS2002 and it fixed the problem. When looking at the display.cfg file it just had entries for old video cards so I figured I didn't need it anyway. Does anyone know what display.cfg file actually does?

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