Jordannn

[Solved!] There was a problem resetting Direct3D.

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Hello MTA Community, had this problem for the past two days now.

Basically, I click to launch MTA, and this happens:

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A simple PC Restart works, but it only lasts 40-45 minutes.

After I click "Yes" I get this:

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Tried everything on there.

Even done everything on the topic about crashes.

Updated video card drivers, reinstalled MTA, ran as administrator. Updated my PC...Nothing seems to work.

Also tried this http://forum.mtasa.com/viewtopic.php?f=104&t=31668

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This error is usually fixed by borderless window mode. But obviously not in this case.

Possible problems might be:

1) A graphic driver incompatibility, so try another Intel® HD Graphics driver (earlier or later version)

2) Another process is interfering with MTA. Have you installed or updated any programs recently?

Things like ATKOSD2.exe which does some on screen display stuff? Or maybe the ASUS utilities you have, or something else which has a graphic/display element.

Not sure what else to suggest.

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This error is usually fixed by borderless window mode. But obviously not in this case.

Possible problems might be:

1) A graphic driver incompatibility, so try another Intel® HD Graphics driver (earlier or later version)

2) Another process is interfering with MTA. Have you installed or updated any programs recently?

Things like ATKOSD2.exe which does some on screen display stuff? Or maybe the ASUS utilities you have, or something else which has a graphic/display element.

Not sure what else to suggest.

I have ts notifier installed to aid me when in game so I know who's in my teamspeak chanel. Could that be the issue?

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The only way to find out is to disable stuff and see what happens.

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The only way to find out is to disable stuff and see what happens.

SOLVED!!

Issue resolved. T's notifier has been uninstalled and it appears to be working again. Thanks for the support.

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