Some viewers might have seen my posts in other threads dealing with my a multitude of problems with my ÜßérPuter, I have another problem that I want to take care of.
My favorite games are the Brothers in Arms games. For some reason, I try to force AA from the Control Panel, but I cant seem to get anything to work. I just installed a new 3rd Party Driver to see if it would work, but nothing. Brothers in Arms RH30 is patched to 1.11 and EiB has not been patched.
Please help me out here, I bought this card so I can max out BiA with insane AA and all that stuff and its really annoying that I havent gotten it to work. I might trade in my 8800GTX for a HD2900XT if this keeps up.(or maybe not)
Here is my control panel if anyone sees anything funny
And here is an ingame pic. As you can see, no AA with the setting above.
Edit: Note that I had previously been able to run AA in the game without a hitch with my ATI X1950 Pro AGP card.
:!: Don't tell me that you made a profile in nVIDIA Control Panel for Brother In Arms. Make sure change the Global Control Panel settings!
One more thing is, it may be the game cause the same thing happens in S.T.A.L.K.E.R. as it's engine does not support AA at all!
Thanks to everyone for replying, sorry I havent been able to get to it quicker.
The reason I am using NGOs is because I was using ForceWare and I installed the NGOs to see if they did anything to fix my problem. It was a long shot but I tried it.
This is where I have to say that you are wrong because I was able to do so with my X1950 Pro. However, I was using 3rd party drivers, and not necesseraly the newer ones either, so dont know if that had to do with anything.
I used global. BiA should support AA, see the message to randomizer
Only 4 more options left for you i guess:
1- Installing a fresh Windows XP service pack2 with latest drivers.(honestly, this solving lots of problems always but don't expect much!)
2- Go and get your X1950Pro back then finish the game and then get the GTX.
3- Forget about BiA.
4- Have a
I had that driver previously installed, I tried the old driver because that was what worked for me with my X1950 Pro and BiA, using an old driver.
But yeah, ill get to updating the driver in a bit.
That doesn't make any sense; not only are the cards completely different architectures, but they're not even from the same company. Update to 158.22 and antialiasing should work; antialiasing working on my 8800GTX under 97.92.