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    Soulwalker
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    Default To whoever can fix this green man bug i will give 1 million dollars

    Ok so i don't rly have that kind of money. anyway.

    Green man bug is def annoying. Seems to happen if i've played any kind of video, so vlc player, or live stream radio. Background is red and black, and character is solid green. I've been dealing with it by restarting pc or altering res settings then clicking 'no' to keep these settings. But this is messing up my plans to duel monitor and run vlc vids on one as i game on the other..

    help?

    i'm using EVGA GeForce 450 gts. graphic drivers are up to date and i tried re DLing the game also.

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    Shadowlander
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    There are a few work-arounds. While in game change your resolution to something other than what your normal desktop resolution is, this will prevent the problem or make it go away if present. Another is to not watch a video in a browser before playing the game, that avoids the trigger. Ultimately the only complete solution is to upgrade to Window Vista or 7, the problem only seems to happen under XP.

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    Soulwalker yogsarrian's Avatar
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    my friend had this issue, and this is what tech support sent him. It fixed him, so hopefully it will fix you too?

    "Please try removing all traces of the older video card drivers from your system, then doing a clean install of the newest drivers by following the instructions below.
    1. From the Start menu, select Control Panel, then Programs and Features
    2. Remove any video card driver entries from this list
    3. Restart your computer, then download and install Driver Sweeper from http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/
    4. Run Driver Sweeper, check the entries for your video card, select Analyze, then Clean
    5. Restart your computer again, press F8 as your computer loads, then select Safe Mode at the boot menu
    6. Run Driver Sweeper again, analyze for your video card, and clean any entries detected
    7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 just to make sure all of the previous drivers have been removed
    8. Restart your computer and enter safe mode once again
    9. Install the most recently updated drivers, restart into normal mode, and try the game again"

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    Soulwalker
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    Default thanx

    Thanks for the suggestions.
    Now that i think about it this current installation of XP has been giving me other problems too, so going to try win 7. if this cd-rom was working.. to be continued..

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