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No. I was wrong. Now it's screwed up. Permanently. Every time I press Esc to load the in-game menu or if I load the Nanosuit Customization Menu or the Weapon Customization Menu - and then go back to the game, this irritating "interference" crap comes back.

 

So, thanks to DDU, now I'm going to uninstall Crysis 3. This means that I'm now going to have to spend the next 1-2 hours waiting for it to download. If this doesn't fix it...... omg I'm gonna be pissed.

 

First, I'll make a YouTube video.

 

25 minutes left.

 

 

EDIT: OMG. Nevermind. I finally grew a brain and looked at a video on YouTube of someone playing Crysis 3 on the PC, and they have the same problem.

 

Sigh. Wth? I'm glad that I only paid $4.98 for this game. This is some seriously screwed up crap.


Edited by TwoCables - 3/20/14 at 8:55am
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No. I was wrong. Now it's screwed up. Permanently. Every time I press Esc to load the in-game menu or if I load the Nanosuit Customization Menu or the Weapon Customization Menu - and then go back to the game, this irritating "interference" crap comes back.

So, thanks to DDU, now I'm going to uninstall Crysis 3. This means that I'm now going to have to spend the next 1-2 hours waiting for it to download. If this doesn't fix it...... omg I'm gonna be pissed.

First, I'll make a YouTube video.

I was sorta caught up in the moment, I may have been too enthusiastic about DDU.

I only use it in extreme cases eg when my driver is already broken and I need a clean rollback. It is indeed very good at cleaning up bad drivers... a little too good sometimes.


Otherwise, I've just stuck with the AMD installer and never run into any trouble.

EDIT: Also, you must use it AFTER the normal AMD/Nvidia uninstall process, otherwise things will mess up.
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I was sorta caught up in the moment, I may have been too enthusiastic about DDU.

I only use it in extreme cases eg when my driver is already broken and I need a clean rollback. It is indeed very good at cleaning up bad drivers... a little too good sometimes.


Otherwise, I've just stuck with the AMD installer and never run into any trouble.

 

Then I might have to use it again and hope and pray that it doesn't make everything worse because omg this is so irritating that I wish this forum allowed profanity. I wish that I had kept a closed mind and never tested the stupid thing!

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I was sorta caught up in the moment, I may have been too enthusiastic about DDU.

I only use it in extreme cases eg when my driver is already broken and I need a clean rollback. It is indeed very good at cleaning up bad drivers... a little too good sometimes.


Otherwise, I've just stuck with the AMD installer and never run into any trouble.

EDIT: Also, you must use it AFTER the normal AMD/Nvidia uninstall process, otherwise things will mess up.

 

No, that's not what it says here:

 

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/550192/geforce-drivers/display-driver-uninstaller-ddu-v9-9-released-12-10-13-/

 

So if that's not true, then it's a little late to be telling me that now. However, I am going to uninstall, go into safe mode, use DDU (God help me), reboot back into Windows, install my driver, reboot, and then see if it fixes this problem.

 

Here's the video that I have so far, but I think that I need to upload a better one.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBqDZIoPkBw (0:10, 720p available, but it's not my best upload - I apologize for that)

 

Focus on the radar on the bottom left. It's hard to tell in this video, but you can kinda see what I'm seeing. Watch how the cut scene brings it back to normal and how it's normal after the cut scene until I do something to get away from the HUD and go back to it. In this case, I just briefly opened the Weapon Customization Menu. I could have achieve the same results by opening the Nanosuit Customization Menu or the in-game menu (Esc). Either way, coming back to the HUD makes this problem come back.

 

So, here I go with this new idea.

 

 

 

 

EDIT: OMG. Nevermind. I finally grew a brain and looked at a video on YouTube of someone playing Crysis 3 on the PC, and they have the same problem.

 

Sigh. Wth? I'm glad that I only paid $4.98 for this game. This is some seriously screwed up crap.


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Sigh. No. It's still doing it.

 

So yeah, I'll never recommend this program to anyone.

 

 

 

EDIT: OMG. Nevermind. I finally grew a brain and looked at a video on YouTube of someone playing Crysis 3 on the PC, and they have the same problem.

 

Sigh. Wth? I'm glad that I only paid $4.98 for this game. This is some seriously screwed up crap.


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I am reinstalling Crysis 3 right now. This means that I am downloading it from Origin, which is going to take another hour (thanks Origin for not saving my game installers). If this doesn't fix it, then you guessed it: I'll format and start over. I will not tolerate something this stupid.

 

Edit: Welp, here I go; formatting and starting over. I even tried the latest driver (using Driver Sweeper), but it's still doing it. This is frickin' irritating. Sigh.

 

 

 

EDIT: OMG. Nevermind. I finally grew a brain and looked at a video on YouTube of someone playing Crysis 3 on the PC, and they have the same problem.

 

Sigh. Wth? I'm glad that I only paid $4.98 for this game. This is some seriously screwed up crap.

 

I did NOT format and start over. I came damn close to it though. What a huge waste of time that would have been!


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Ok, this is getting a little bit confusing. I'm running from my old drive right now to see if I really need to format and start over. That means that I am essentially getting the same results that I wanted to get by formatting and starting over (this drive has a recent "version" of my entire system). That means that there's absolutely no way that this problem should be affecting this older installation and profile of Crysis 3, yet I'm still experiencing it. I don't know what to say...

 

Do you know about those Ceph Energy Storage units that recharge the Nanosuit and there are also some that supercharge it if you want? Well, I distinctly remember discovering for the first time early last week that if you get close enough to these, they will recharge not only the Nanosuit, but any Ceph weapon that you're carrying. When you get close, your HUD suddenly gets a ton of interference (it's like an indicator that you're close enough). When back away to a certain distance, the interference stops completely and it's perfectly still and calm. I distinctly remember that. I distinctly remember the difference between Interference and Calmness.

 

So, I don't know what the hell is going on now... heh I guess I won't format and start over after all. Maybe it's something that only happens during the first half of the game or something like that and I've never noticed before. I don't know. Heh

 

 

 

 

EDIT: OMG. Nevermind. I finally grew a brain and looked at a video on YouTube of someone playing Crysis 3 on the PC, and they have the same problem.

 

Sigh. Wth? I'm glad that I only paid $4.98 for this game. This is some seriously screwed up crap.


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By the way, I had the latest version of MSi Afterburner (v2.3.1), and went and installed the latest beta (3.0.0) and I got pretty much the same display:



You tell me how normal that is. thinking.gif
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By the way, I had the latest version of MSi Afterburner (v2.3.1), and went and installed the latest beta (3.0.0) and I got pretty much the same display:



You tell me how normal that is. thinking.gif

 

Wow. Maybe that's just the way it is for the 770. I'd much rather see the clock frequencies, but whatever. I guess it's not that important though, but still: I don't care how high above "0" I am. I want to see the clock frequency.

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I personally use either evga precision x or asus gpu tweak. if your frame rates have taken a huge jump your seeing the full power of your gpu. if anything you might be holding that 770 back with that 920 stepping cpu. I see its overclocked a bit....can you get your overclock a bit higher for it and also do you have ht on or off?
 
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