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Weird Purple and Green Lines Appear When Playing Video Game


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#1 CrazyGaston

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Posted 12 January 2016 - 09:45 PM

I'm playing this GOG game (Tzar: Burden of the Crown) on a Windows 7 computer. Whenever I'm playing the game, these weird purple and green lines will randomly appear on the screen for a few seconds. They won't go away unless I do a level screen scroll (it's a RTS game where the level is a huge map, and I use the arrow keys to scroll the map). Here's the craziest part. I tried to take a screenshot of what I am seeing, yet the purple and green bars didn't appear in the screenshot!

 

Also, this only happens with GOG games. It does NOT happen with the other modern games I have installed on my computer (GTA V, Far Cry 3, The Sims 3, KSP, etc.). So is there some sort of setting in my graphics card control panel that will help stop this from happening? Thanks!

 

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Windows 7 Ultimate (x64 bit)

Intel Core i7

16 GB RAM

Dual Display Adapters: Intel HD Graphics (3000), and NVidia  GeForce GT 555M



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Posted 13 January 2016 - 10:37 PM

Here is a picture of what I am seeing:

 

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Any help solving this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.






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