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Join Date: Nov 2012
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# 187
01-10-2013, 01:03 PM
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Originally Posted by brazen1ace View Post
Apparently the Devs are in the forums asking for more info. I don't have the link yet but I am going to look for it. It would be a good thing if We can give them more info, it will speed up a fix. Just please be polite. You can still be angry..just be nice about it.
Please see this thread and continue discussion here: http://sto-forum.perfectworld.com/sh...=1#post7426071

We've tried internally reproducing the problem on two different pieces of Intel hardware (HD3000 & 4000, IIRC), on two drivers, with no luck. I've made some speculative changes to disable new GPU profiling code that might be causing problems with the new drivers. We've asked Intel for help, but until we can repro the problem we're kind of stuck, especially since it's resetting the display driver, instead of giving us a crash report. Reading through the threads, I noticed some posters discussing an October driver, and when I checked Intel's download driver site, it looked like a different version than what I tested. We're going to give that a shot, but all of our programmers are fully booked. We've been giving CS updates to communicate to the customers, but when there's pages and pages of posts in multiple threads, it can be hard to get the message out. I'll be posting in the thread I've linked above.

Until we can get an idea of what is wrong, and work with Intel to get a fix, rolling back the driver might help, as indicated in the other thread. I noticed there is also a December driver update, and you could try that, but I haven't tested it.

Dave

Last edited by hithereyou; 01-10-2013 at 02:40 PM.