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Cs Problems!!!! :( Help!

Discussion in 'Games' started by Jfire, Oct 1, 2003.

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  1. Jfire

    Jfire Thread Starter

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    I have a problem, whenever i play cs there are dots that flicker all over my screen. This just happened recently and i dont know what the cause of it is.The dots usually consist of grey. Its really bad in opengl and its just kinda bad in d3d.

    System Specs:
    Radeon 9800 Pro
    Dual 400 DDR RAm
    120 GB Western Digital Hard Drive
    AMD anthlon XP barton 2800+

    Please help. CS IS MY LIFE! <3
     
  2. Deathdealer

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    was it doing this before...

    as u said cs is ure life.........

    make sure u have the latest drivers for ure radeon card cause

    when i got mine it never worked in cs until i got the latest drivers


    and there is better games other than cs ya no!!!!
     
  3. Jfire

    Jfire Thread Starter

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    No it wasnt doing this before,
    It started happening yesterday and it wont stop. I have all the latest drivers for my radeon card. WHAT DO I DO :(
     
  4. McTimson

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    Open up your case and make sure nothing is overheating, blow out all the dust, make sure the fans are working correctly, etc. Try running it with the side of the case off, and see if that helps it.
     
  5. Shadow_555

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    Also uninstall cs, delete the cs folder, and re-install
     
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