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Sims Medieval camera crash. [SOLVED]

Post by nyla28 on Thu 14 Apr 2011, 16:23

Hello!!
So I've tried a million things to fix this. The "Ultimate" fix has already been correctly applied. I've taken edge-scrolling off, since that caused an issue before. But basically, my issue is this:

The black screen appears - with cursor still visible - at random points in time when the camera needs to go somewhere. Example? Edge-scrolling WAS enabled, and I was at the very beginning of the game, trying to go upstairs. I made it there okay, but scrolled 'til the mirror was in view, at which time the screen went black, then flashed with altered colors, then black, then back again, until I finally just pounded on the Windows key to get my desktop back.

Example 2: Edge-scrolling has been disabled, and I make it upstairs and to the mirror okay. Then to find another citizen, I click Zoom Out - and the screen flashes back and forth again.

Not sure what to do about this - help!!

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Re: Sims Medieval camera crash. [SOLVED]

Post by Adwomin on Fri 15 Apr 2011, 13:55

@nyla28 wrote:Hello!!
So I've tried a million things to fix this. The "Ultimate" fix has already been correctly applied. I've taken edge-scrolling off, since that caused an issue before. But basically, my issue is this:

The black screen appears - with cursor still visible - at random points in time when the camera needs to go somewhere. Example? Edge-scrolling WAS enabled, and I was at the very beginning of the game, trying to go upstairs. I made it there okay, but scrolled 'til the mirror was in view, at which time the screen went black, then flashed with altered colors, then black, then back again, until I finally just pounded on the Windows key to get my desktop back.

Example 2: Edge-scrolling has been disabled, and I make it upstairs and to the mirror okay. Then to find another citizen, I click Zoom Out - and the screen flashes back and forth again.

Not sure what to do about this - help!!
Hello,

Please go into your game's options and turn of the "Refelctions" option. (It's called something like that) See if it works after that.

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Re: Sims Medieval camera crash. [SOLVED]

Post by nyla28 on Fri 15 Apr 2011, 15:57

Thanks!! That did it!! Smile

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Re: Sims Medieval camera crash. [SOLVED]

Post by Adwomin on Sat 16 Apr 2011, 03:46

@nyla28 wrote:Thanks!! That did it!! Smile
Hello,

Great, Have fun playing!

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