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Old June 1st 04, 02:12 AM
BRH
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I have a problem where one game (Grand Prix Legends) doesn't run well on
the Cat4.1 drivers, but runs well on 4.5, and another game (TOCA Race
Driver 2) does just the opposite. Someone suggested that I try the
latest Omega driver, which I have since installed. Unfortunately, this
did not fix the problem. TOCA Race Driver 2 still has severe graphical
glitches with the Omega driver.

I see that in the latest Omega driver readme file, it briefly talks
about a "Driver Swapper" Utility. I'm a little unclear on what this
does exactly, and how to access it. Does this utility allow you to swap
between an ATI driver and the Omega driver? If so, would I be able to
use it to swap between the Cat 4.1 driver (assuming I re-install it) and
the laetest Omega Driver? If so, where exactly do I find that utility?
Something like that would allow me to have the best of both worlds.

Thanks!

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Old June 1st 04, 06:21 AM
Sean Ridge
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On Mon, 31 May 2004 21:12:58 -0400, BRH
wrote:

I have a problem where one game (Grand Prix Legends) doesn't run well on
the Cat4.1 drivers, but runs well on 4.5, and another game (TOCA Race
Driver 2) does just the opposite. Someone suggested that I try the
latest Omega driver, which I have since installed. Unfortunately, this
did not fix the problem. TOCA Race Driver 2 still has severe graphical
glitches with the Omega driver.


Are you using AA or AF? Sometimes graphical glitches are caused by
having these options turned on.
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Old June 1st 04, 06:54 PM
Pluvious
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On Mon, 31 May 2004 21:12:58 -0400, BRH
wrote:

I have a problem where one game (Grand Prix Legends) doesn't run well on
the Cat4.1 drivers, but runs well on 4.5, and another game (TOCA Race
Driver 2) does just the opposite. Someone suggested that I try the
latest Omega driver, which I have since installed. Unfortunately, this
did not fix the problem. TOCA Race Driver 2 still has severe graphical
glitches with the Omega driver.

I see that in the latest Omega driver readme file, it briefly talks
about a "Driver Swapper" Utility. I'm a little unclear on what this
does exactly, and how to access it. Does this utility allow you to swap
between an ATI driver and the Omega driver? If so, would I be able to
use it to swap between the Cat 4.1 driver (assuming I re-install it) and
the laetest Omega Driver? If so, where exactly do I find that utility?
Something like that would allow me to have the best of both worlds.

Thanks!



Here's the 'official' forum where the Omega creator can explain it
himself.

http://tinyurl.com/2wopx

Its at DriverHeaven.com


Pluvious


 




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