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BlakeStone
07-06-05, 06:37 PM
BF2 1.01 patch has left me with this...

http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/1410/screen0001fc.jpg

I am running the latest nVidia WHQL Certified drivers on a 6800 GT (stock settings), AMD Athlon 3400+, 1 gig RAM etc., and everything was fine until I applied this patch and cleared my "My Documents/Battlefield 2/mods/cache/ folder to reset the shaders. Anybody else experience these "golden sandbags"???

brady
07-06-05, 06:51 PM
hmm im still using the 77.30's that came with bf2, but thats what my sandbags looked like in the demo when i decided to not use the 77.30's it came with. when you say your running the latest nv drivers im only guessing you mean the 77.72's....

CaptNKILL
07-06-05, 07:00 PM
I had this happen once with the demo (with 77.30 drivers), after changing my graphics settings it never happened again. Try messing with some settings and saving them... I think its just a common error when it optimizes the shaders.

BlakeStone
07-06-05, 07:10 PM
I just quit and restarted BF2 and they seem to have gone back to normal. hmmmm... I wonder how EA will deal with this.

betterdan
07-06-05, 08:08 PM
I just quit and restarted BF2 and they seem to have gone back to normal. hmmmm... I wonder how EA will deal with this.
They will probably tell people to quit and restart the game like you just did. :cool:

killahsin
07-06-05, 08:10 PM
Nah they will just release another patch with more on the fly shader optimizations.

$n][pErMan
07-06-05, 09:04 PM
They will probably tell people to quit and restart the game like you just did. :cool:
Naw .. your all wrong .. they will just go "What problem? There is no problem with our glorious game. Its bug free!" :p

Roliath
07-06-05, 09:10 PM
I'm having this same problem.
Check my thread Here (http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=53132)

scott123
07-08-05, 08:23 PM
Its not a glitch in the latest patch, rather its a Nvidia driver bug.. It occured in the v1.0 also. I was on the 77.30 , decided to dry something new, and walla, problem gone.