blurry line in the middle of the screen

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC' started by kenninho, 26 November 2005.

  1. kenninho

    kenninho Conference

    13 August 2004
    i've got a annoying blurry line line in the middle of the screen when i play,i'm running a radeon 9800 se with the latest drivers can somebody please help me with this problem,thnx
  2. supergallas

    supergallas Non-League

    12 April 2005
    hi mate had the same problem with my radeon x700 what you have to do is right click on your desktop and click propities, then go to the settings tab once you done that click on advanced in the bottom corner. you should then get a load of tabs come up if your graphics card is installed properly you need to click on the 3d tab, then click on custom at the top of the screen, now look for the setting that says wait for vertical sync you need to set that to always.
    job done that should sort out ya problem if not post me bk and il try and help u further

  3. kenninho

    kenninho Conference

    13 August 2004
    thnx m8!!!
  4. Famex

    Famex Guest

    Same problem here with my gt6600.
    The third tab for me is called 'beeldscherm' that means 'monitor' in english.
    There I dont see a option custom....

    So can you tell me what the exact name of that tab window is and im gonna look for it to see if I have also that window.

    thnx in advance
  5. You need to go into the graphics card settings and turn on V-Sync for all games or just PES.

    Sorts it out, always happens with GFX cards and PES
  6. Awax

    Awax Non-League

    19 January 2003
    I have this same problem, an horizontal line that look like splitting the screen in 2 or 3. When I enable V-Sync, the game runs much slower (kind of lag). It doesn't really fix my problem.

    Any more ideas ?
  7. OneProudGooner

    OneProudGooner League 2

    15 June 2005
    Switch your monitor refresh rate to 60hz
  8. Awax

    Awax Non-League

    19 January 2003
    It's unfortunatly already at 60hz.
  9. granulated

    granulated Guest

    i think the blurry line is because he's using bilinear filtering rather than Tri or Ansi

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