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Windows 7: Blurry and grain in low resolution WIN7

17 Dec 2009   #1

Blurry and grain in low resolution WIN7

I have a huge problem viewing a lower resolution then standard on my Win7. In my case i'm playing Counter-Strike 1.6 and it's pretty difficult to play in another res than 800x600 or 640x480. But the problem is not just in game, if I change my res to 8x6 in windows it gets blurry and grain too. And yes, this problem only appears in Win7. XP works got damn fine

I've heard that it may be the drivers but i downloaded the newest drivers for my GeForce GS 9500 from and when i search for my computer (pavilion a6632sc) i have 4 choises, Win 7 (32), Win 7 (64), Vista (32) and Vista (64). Original OS for the computer is Vista but as everyone already know Vista is not everybodys favourite.

This is irritating because everything in Windows 7 exept this is

EDIT: I will try use my digital camera to take some pictures later, don't think they will show very much though..

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17 Dec 2009   #2


The problem is solved, i found some new drivers @ and installed them. Tadaa!
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