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zexima

Pls help me solve this annoying graphic glitch

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zexima

So Somehow from out of nowhere this graphic glitch came to my game. The characters, all of the characters in game and just the characters, look semi transparent.

 

Link : http://imgur.com/a/22Fl5

 

 

What I have tried to do but didn't solve the problem

 

*Changing directx

*changing ingame graphics

*uninstall windows updates

*Reinstalling the game

*Getting a new copy of unchanged files of the game and the problem persist

*Updated my latest video card drivers, reinstalling it

 

 

What more can I do?

[edit: I might compensate you with money who come with a solution to this problem!!]

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Red Hat

</video>

<VideoCardDescription>Intel® HD Graphics Family</VideoCardDescription>

</Settings>

That confirms that the game is using Intel HD instead of your AMD GPU.

I did a bit of research, it seems to be a problem faced by Intel+AMD GPU users.

 

Wait for R* to release an update to fix this problem, in the mean time, you can avoid the graphics glitch by downgrading your Intel HD's drivers.

You may download the outdated version of Intel HD drivers by clicking here.

Edited by Kevin3014

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Red Hat

Are you using an Intel HD GPU?

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zexima

It might help who ever helps for you to list your system specs-- including your GPU model and driver installed...

 

Did you completely uninstall your video driver before reinstalling it??

 

When I say completely--- I mean something like this--- http://www.overclock.net/t/1150443/how-to-remove-your-nvidia-gpu-drivers

My system spics is not important since the game worked perfectly without this glitch a week after installation. But my specs are

 

I5-4200u 1.6ghz

AMDRadeon 8750M - 2gb

(I run the game on lowest settings with 60ps, the problem isnt my specs)

 

To your second question, no I haven't since the game ran perfectly on the same driver that is now reinstalled.

Are you using an Intel HD GPU?

Yeah dual. Intel HD and AMD radeon. But this can't be the problem since the game runned perfectly with the exact same setup in the beginning.

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Red Hat

Make sure the game is using Radeon 8750M and not Intel HD Graphics. I'm assuming that the game was using Intel HD, because there seems to be a bug with the latest version of Intel HD Graphics' driver which causes this glitch.

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zexima

Make sure the game is using Radeon 8750M and not Intel HD Graphics. I'm assuming that the game was using Intel HD, because there seems to be a bug with the latest version of Intel HD Graphics' driver which causes this glitch.

Ok how do I do this? There isn't any ingame options in the graphics settings for this?

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My system spics is not important since the game worked perfectly without this glitch a week after installation. But my specs are

 

 

 

 

Why I said "Might"-- ;)

 

I am only suggesting uninstall/reinstall because this helped some other people with a similar problem (not identical-- but a player model skin bug) a few weeks ago...

 

http://gtaforums.com/topic/785971-weird-vertical-lines-on-all-player-character-models-screenshots/

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Make sure the game is using Radeon 8750M and not Intel HD Graphics. I'm assuming that the game was using Intel HD, because there seems to be a bug with the latest version of Intel HD Graphics' driver which causes this glitch.

Ok how do I do this? There isn't any ingame options in the graphics settings for this?

 

Watch this video.

 

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zexima

 

Watch this video.

 

 

 

Oh yeah That I've already done. But I remember installing a mod on my GTAV around the time I got this problem, but the mods and the game is deleted now (i got a fresh folder without mods) but can the mods that I installed be messing with the "save folders" or the "settings folders" that doesn't get removed when I install a new copy? Might that be the problem and how do I fix it?

 

Im not sure if the problem came before installing the mod or after, pretty sure after.

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Red Hat

First, let's make sure the game is using AMD Radeon 8750M.

 

To find it,

Go to

C:\Users\[Name]\Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA V

In that there should be a file called settings.xml

Open it, and scroll down, at the bottom, you should find.

"<VideoCardDescription>Name of the GPU being used</VideoCardDescription>"

 

Post the name of the GPU.

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zexima

First, let's make sure the game is using AMD Radeon 8750M.

 

To find it,

Go to

C:\Users\[Name]\Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA V

In that there should be a file called settings.xml

Open it, and scroll down, at the bottom, you should find.

"<VideoCardDescription>Name of the GPU being used</VideoCardDescription>"

 

Post the name of the GPU.

</video>

<VideoCardDescription>Intel® HD Graphics Family</VideoCardDescription>

</Settings>

 

Saw this earlier and no idea if it means something actually. My game is set to high on the thing u linked. How do I change this to amd to try if it helps?

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zexima

First, let's make sure the game is using AMD Radeon 8750M.

 

To find it,

Go to

C:\Users\[Name]\Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA V

In that there should be a file called settings.xml

Open it, and scroll down, at the bottom, you should find.

"<VideoCardDescription>Name of the GPU being used</VideoCardDescription>"

 

Post the name of the GPU.

I changed the text to "AMD...." and the problem persist. Didn't fix it

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Red Hat

You didn't have to change it. My question was, what's the name of the GPU shown in settings.xml?

Before you changed it.

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zexima

 

</video>

<VideoCardDescription>Intel® HD Graphics Family</VideoCardDescription>

</Settings>

That confirms that the game is using Intel HD instead of your AMD GPU.

I did a bit of research, it seems to be a problem faced by Intel+AMD GPU users.

 

Wait for R* to release an update to fix this problem, in the mean time, you can avoid the graphics glitch by downgrading your Intel HD's drivers.

You may download the outdated version of Intel HD drivers by clicking here.

 

But how do you know that's the root of the problem? As I said, the game runned perfectly for 2 weeks (update after update) with the exact same setup I have now. I must've said "intel hd...." then too since I didn't change anything?

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Red Hat

Did you update Windows or Intel Drivers in the past two weeks?

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zexima

Did you update Windows or Intel Drivers in the past two weeks?

dont know about intel but I manually update windows yes. But I also removed the updates I installed. :/

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RedDagger

Try downloading Speccy and seeing the temperature of your components, things like are sometimes from dying graphics cards. Anything above 80C is too high usually.

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Red Hat

Even I had updated Windows, Windows Update had also updated my Intel HD drivers. I tried a system restore, didn't help. It's a bug with the new drivers which is causing this problem. Your best bet would be to download the outdated version of Intel HD drivers, from the link I posted earlier.

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zexima

Even I had updated Windows, Windows Update had also updated my Intel HD drivers. I tried a system restore, didn't help. It's a bug with the new drivers which is causing this problem. Your best bet would be to download the outdated version of Intel HD drivers, from the link I posted earlier.

Oh yeah! This might be the problem since I don't remember manually updating the intelHD drivers themself. Do you also have a problem with the new drivers or why did you try system restore? And how do you know it's a bug in the system?

 

Where can I download outdated drivers beside the link you gave me? I don't really trust that file.

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Don't worry, the link is safe. I uploaded it for fellow Intel HD users.

I tried a system restore to see whether the newer driver got uninstalled or not, but it didn't.

I made a

showing that downgrading the drivers should fix the glitch. Edited by Kevin3014

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zexima

Don't worry, the link is safe. I uploaded it for fellow Intel HD users.

I tried a system restore to see whether the newer driver got uninstalled or not, but it didn't.

I made a

showing that downgrading the drivers will fix the glitch.

WHAT you have the same problem?!?!? why didnt you say that? :panic:

I will try your solution once I get out of bed. It looks promising! :santa:

 

Can you tell me which driver there is in that file you sent in this link?

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/search?keyword=2nd+Generation+Intel%C2%AE+Core%E2%84%A2+Processors+with+Intel%C2%AE+HD+Graphics+3000%2F2000

 

I assume you got it from there? Since Im using win8.1 64x Im not sure if your link is applyable to my computer

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I had. Fixed it by downgrading the drivers. ;)

Nope, that is the latest version. I couldn't find an older version of the driver on Intel's website, that's why I uploaded the old driver which came with my motherboard's drivers disc.

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zexima

I had. Fixed it by downgrading the drivers. ;)

Nope, that is the latest version. I couldn't find an older version of the driver on Intel's website, that's why I uploaded the old driver which came with my motherboard's drivers disc.

Goddammit :evilgrin:

When did your problem occur and when did you come up with a fix? Must've been yesterday or something since you only said the solution today?

does ur file work on win8.1 64x?

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I uploaded my video on the same day I found the fix. 13th this month.

Yes, I'm using Windows 8.1 Pro x64.

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I uploaded my video on the same day I found the fix. 13th this month.

Yes, I'm using Windows 8.1 Pro x64.

I scanned the folder in your link and Malwarebytes detected 4 files and 1 folder labeled "PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A"

PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\13ae5c2d80e2eb03e0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\4e89dd5ac8d48fbce0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\74a5a9f346467f85e0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\c43008551352253ce0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], and the folder:  PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],
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I uploaded my video on the same day I found the fix. 13th this month.

Yes, I'm using Windows 8.1 Pro x64.

I scanned the folder in your link and Malwarebytes detected 4 files and 1 folder labeled "PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A"
PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\13ae5c2d80e2eb03e0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\4e89dd5ac8d48fbce0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\74a5a9f346467f85e0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\c43008551352253ce0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], and the folder:  PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],

I copied the driver straight from the disc from Asus. Let me scan it with Kaspersky.

 

Wait, did you scan your computer, or the driver's folder?

 

Kaspersky found no threats. Scanning it with Malwarebytes now.

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zexima

 

 

I uploaded my video on the same day I found the fix. 13th this month.

Yes, I'm using Windows 8.1 Pro x64.

I scanned the folder in your link and Malwarebytes detected 4 files and 1 folder labeled "PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A"
PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\13ae5c2d80e2eb03e0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\4e89dd5ac8d48fbce0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\74a5a9f346467f85e0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\c43008551352253ce0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1], and the folder:  PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],

I copied the driver straight from the disc from Asus. Let me scan it with Kaspersky.

 

Wait, did you scan your computer, or the driver's folder?

 

I scanned the x64 och x86 folders in the rar file in your link.Only malwarebytes detects the threat. Maybe it's a false positive but I can't know for sure.

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Scanned it with Malwarebytes and Kaspersky.

 

No threats found at all.

Proof

 

mpWWTbu.png

 

 

PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\13ae5c2d80e2eb03e0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\4e89dd5ac8d48fbce0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\74a5a9f346467f85e0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\c43008551352253ce0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],and the folder: PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],

Noticed the directory of the files? It's in C:\ProgramData\ and not in C:\Users\[Name]\Desktop\VGA or the folder in which you've downloaded the driver.

Malwarebytes not only scans the files you chose in custom scan, it scans for virus in your memory, startup files, registry and then scans the folder you chose in custom scan.

 

Those virus were already present in your PC, and are not from the driver I uploaded.

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Scanned it with Malwarebytes and Kaspersky.

 

No threats found at all.

Proof

 

mpWWTbu.png

 

 

PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\13ae5c2d80e2eb03e0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\4e89dd5ac8d48fbce0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\74a5a9f346467f85e0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205\c43008551352253ce0495ba465977128.ini, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],and the folder: PUP.Optional.MultiPlug.A, C:\ProgramData\337483934902861205, , [2531b4e0f09ab77f3da50965f90c5fa1],

Noticed the directory of the files? It's in C:\ProgramData\ and not in C:\Users\[Name]\Desktop\VGA or the folder in which you've downloaded the driver.

Malwarebytes not only scans the files you chose in custom scan, it scans for virus in your memory, startup files, registry and then scans the folder you chose in custom scan.

 

Those virus were already present in your PC, and are not from the driver I uploaded.

Yeah I figured it was something like that. Ok then I'm gonna delete these PUP's and scan again to see if it's clean.

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I uploaded my video on the same day I found the fix. 13th this month.

Yes, I'm using Windows 8.1 Pro x64.

God bless your soul, your mom, your sister and all your cousins

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