RenegadeMaster, on 04 December 2012 - 08:07 AM, said:
I had installed the motherboard drivers, graphics, and then checked for updated drivers at http://www.intel.com.../support/detect
It told me I had valid drivers, didn't provide newer ones for my chipset, and that's where I previously discovered an update for my GRAPHICS drivers. Since you brought up chipset drivers again, I now manually searched Intel's web site for my chipset's drivers, and found a slightly more recent version. The driver update detection failed me. Thanks! Now to see if this helps with getting Virtu MVP running...
Have you tried installing virtu with your monitor plugged into the mboard instead of your gpu? That seems to help for me, though i could never figure out how to run in "D-mode". If i plug it into my 7850, lucid virtu will just stop functioning with an error that says "wrong configuration". And now i can't even get the game to run with lucid virtu on,
edit: figured out how, basically had to turn Hyperformance off (doesn't support), and ensure that the stupid game name was the same as the program name (as silly as it sounds, that did the job). Yes, i did try running without Hyperformance with my own game label on the "Friendly name" part, so much for friendly.
Edited by Danai LiaoCentrella, 04 December 2012 - 12:36 PM.