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Thread: Morrowind Video Issue (SIS 315 chipset)




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    I have been playing Morrowind (by far one of the best games ever made) for a short period of time and I have not been able to fix a video problem:

    I can not view the local map either in the map view or on the lower right hand screen (compass). All i get is a black screen where the map should be.
    I have followed the tweak guid for Morrowind and there was no help.

    I use a SIS 315 Chipset in a 128meg video card (from Jaton)
    I have updated all drivers for the card, Motherboard, etc..

    I was hoping there was a INi setting or something else that would solve this issue..
    Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    I have the SIS 650 chipset and have the same problem. I can't see the local map, or the figurine. I tried Bethesda and got a curt "don't support" message. Looked around other bb's and can't find anything to help. Can check the SIS website for the latest driver, but I already had that installed without improvement. let me know if you get any where or find any answers. Maxine:confused:

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    I had the same problem too. I re-installed morrowind and I could see the map and picture of myself afterwards. I hope this works for you.

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    The SiS video is bad plus has very poor driver support and if ya want to play these games then start thinkin' about gettin' something like the R8500/R9000 or GF3/GF3 Ti/GF4 Ti ranges of video cards or better. ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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