Jose Carlos;5599591Well, do you have an Nvidia card or an ATI card? Cause you're kinda confusing me here.
:agreed Same thing came to my mind when I read your post. Did you actually replace your ATI graphic card with NVIDIA or simply installed NVIDIA drivers without replacing the graphic card? :confused:
The Dark Phoenix
12th February 2010
I have a NVidia card and i installed the driver for it. Delta it worked, it's not blurry anymore. The writing is smaller now but that doesn't matter that much, thanks.
Glitching All Games!
19th March 2011
No problem ;)
Worse than most terrible
27th September 2006
If you're playing fullscreen, you really should use your monitor's native resolution.
Indeed. :nodding: Setting the resolution to 1024 x 768 (native resolution for my monitor) is the first thing I do when I install and start some game, providing the game isn't locked to a predetermined resolution and can't be changed, of course. I don't remember when was the last time I played any FPS game in anything below 1024 x 768, so I've completely forgotten how the games look like in 640 x 480 or lower. =p