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GTA IV - Enb flickering Please Help!

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T1GER202
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Posted 19 April 2012 - 07:16 AM

I really won't to know why evreytime I install the GTA IV mod Enb I get very bad flickering EG: my hud flickers , text writing on screen , cash money ect , this also includes when I open the pause menu it also does the same. please can anyone help me

GTA IV - Version 1.0.0.7
This only happens when using Enb or possibly other graphic mods
My computer can handle it as it did once before however for some odd problem now I have this problem and it's getting very annoying
I have also tryed it with and without mods and the same problem persists thank you biggrin.gif If anyone can help me I would be greatful really


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NaidRaida
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Posted 19 April 2012 - 07:02 PM

Try an older patch like 1.0.4.0 for using ENB related mods. Newer patches may be not supported like the old were.

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 08:03 PM

QUOTE (NaidRaida @ Thursday, Apr 19 2012, 19:02)
Try an older patch like 1.0.4.0 for using ENB related mods. Newer patches may be not supported like the old were.

proberly the best idea we have I might consider it thanks

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 08:05 PM

QUOTE (T1GER202 @ Thursday, Apr 19 2012, 20:03)
QUOTE (NaidRaida @ Thursday, Apr 19 2012, 19:02)
Try an older patch like 1.0.4.0 for using ENB related mods. Newer patches may be not supported like the old were.

proberly the best idea we have I might consider it thanks

It means uninstalling the game then installing it, after that applying Patch 4.

Downgrading doesn't work, just a heads up. smile.gif

NaidRaida
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Posted 19 April 2012 - 08:23 PM

I also never trusted downgrading. I take the long way up. But it always worked! And one thing is also sure: A clean install runs best! At first! haha *cry*




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