Post by Rei Scarlette on Sept 10, 2017 2:41:46 GMT
Have you updated your drivers? I realize it was mentioned already but I didn't see a specific answer to it, so I wanted to ask again just in case. Also be sure to seek out and download the latest drivers on your own, don't use whatever drivers Windows installs automatically as they are often not up-to-date.
Also, as Tos has mentioned before, is this an upgrade to Windows 10 over an existing Windows 7 installation, or was Windows 10 freshly installed on a new system? That can make a difference as upgrading from the previous versions can in some case have Windows 10 uninstalling important drivers that should not have been removed.
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I don't know. I never had this one happen before. I'm thinking what can be done. So basically the game files are OK. Does this only happen during an exploration / fight in the cave system? Not in the virtua forest type areas (Grassland/Forest)?
Post by xenonitekanna on Sept 12, 2017 9:47:54 GMT
its in all of the places ive been in (just virtua forest and the cave) dialogue and moving around to the area is normal also, me and my brother share the same computer specs and his neptunia games are normal
have you tried copying his files to your computer?
alternatively, you could try testing your driver versions. If you have the same files and the same drivers on two identical computers, theoretically the result should be the same, barring hardware malfunction. If there is a hardware malfunction, it should manifest itself in other games too.
Have you repeated the step of copying the files at least once?
(as in - deleted all files, then copied them over again? If you were using a mass storage device like a pen-drive, did you re-copy to that pen-drive too before trying again?)
Once you have made sure (by having deleted and re-copied the files) that the files are indeed correct, consider reinstalling your Directx. If, after reinstalling your Directx (or repairing), your dxdiag should show the same specs as your brother's dxdiag.
To run dxdiag, hold down the win-key and press r to bring up the Run Program window, type dxdiag into the text area next to the label "Open": and press the OK button.
Inside dxdiag, take a good look at the Display tab. The Device section on the top left, and the Drivers section on the top right should show the same values, given the same specs. If there are any differences, consider reinstalling your driver, or if you are unsure, then sending me the dxdiag output that you can save by clicking the Save All Information button at the bottom of the window. You'll probably want to do that in PM xenonitekanna .