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Royal

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Well all my video has worked fine untill now. When I start games the video(intro) is noticably brighter and it, well messed up. Streaming video = same, mpegs and wmv = same. I have an avi that I just made which records my screen when I do tutorials, that works...

Some streaming videos work but most do the exact same
Windows XP pro SP1
128mb GFX PCI 5500fx
512 ram


Could it be a video driver problem/?

Edited by Royal, 24 June 2005 - 08:19 PM.

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Update your video drivers at http://www.nvidia.co...ers/drivers.asp
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I thought it would be nice to share the solution. Well I did pretty much everything. Update SP, Update Drivers, Reinstall drivers, Use older drivers, etc... Apperantly (I don't know why) In my display settings the gamma/brightness/contrast settings (over to the spot where those idiotic people are sitting next to the hummer). I had adjusted it but it had no affect to anything, so I just left it with the settings I put it on. Well guess what, it affected (most) of my video. So I just returned it to default and everything was alright, aside I adjusted the Digital Vibrance to very very low, for that bit of color. :tazz:
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