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    Full Screen Problem

    Hey guys, I seem to be having a problem when I open my N64. I'm trying to play Banjo-Kazooie and on the side it flickers with a screen shot at like grass and a mountain and it stays there like a slice of the screen is just that flickering and the rest is changing like it's suppose to any ideas what my problem is?



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    what vid plugin are you using/what are your settings?
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    My Graphics carid is ATI Radeon HD 4200. I have my windowed resolution at 800x600 and my full screen at 1600x900. My full screen sync is at Triple buffer. The video plug in I'm using is Jabo's Direct3D8 1.7.0.57-ver5. I also have the Use High level gfx? checked

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    try running full screen at lower resolution 1300x760 or so.
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