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Old 1st March, 2003, 07:38 AM
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Fixing the stuttering for ATI owners

Try this and hope it helps because it helped me with NFS HP 2 and I bet it can also help to fix the stuttering in other games. Ok here it goes:

Open up your display properties.
click on settings>advanced.
click on troubleshooting.
Move the slider one notch to the left
Apply and OK.


Basically its easy, it's an incompatability somewhere between the cards drivers and the hardware acceleration of the mouse (and probably mouse drivers).
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Thanks for the update there man!!
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Thanx. I wonder if people have tried it yet.
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Re: Fixing the stuttering for ATI owners

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... it's an incompatability somewhere between the cards drivers and the hardware acceleration of the mouse (and probably mouse drivers).
lol mouse hardware acceleration, what much more can a mouse do except for move a pointer round a screen, and click buttons?

whats so hardware-accelerative bout that?
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Re: Re: Fixing the stuttering for ATI owners

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lol mouse hardware acceleration, what much more can a mouse do except for move a pointer round a screen, and click buttons?

whats so hardware-accelerative bout that?
Hardware-acceleration means that are the drivers for the mouse or some mouses like logitech wireless mouses need some software in order to make the mouse pointer to work properly or something that could make it work, right? I think that is a hardware acceleration. Well I think that there is an incompability with it. Try it, if it doesn't work then something else is wrong. If you don't have an ATI card then I don't know but it helped me with games like Rallisport, NFS HP2, NHL03 and others like MOTO GP. 
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