Every time I open some sort of window in-game, I get these moving...colored things, to say the least, all over the screen. It felt like some sort of acid trip, and I could barely scrape through a co-op match with the headache it gave me. I've only tested it on Summoner's Rift (co-op and custom), and changing my graphics settings from high to medium & very low didn't make a difference. I wish I could record video of it to show just how bad it gets, but short of using my iPhone to record it, I don't know an easy way to do so.
Instances it would occur:
- Bringing up the character window (pressing C)
- Pressing Enter to type
- Pressing Tab
- Opening the shop
The tripped-out graphics lasted as long as those conditions were met. Once I closed the shop/hit Enter to cancel typing/let go of Tab, it went back to normal. Other than that, I can play fine. Attacking, using skills, etc. is all fine. But...going shopping is a massive headache, and I don't think I can play normals with this, what with everything new to get used to and all.
Sorry if I didn't post everything necessary for a bug report; this is one of the first times I've ever even posted on here. (Also, I read the how-to thread, but I don't know what a DxDiag file is, so I can't upload that.)
(The only editing I did was blocking out my summoner name. All the other trippy colors are what I actually see in-game.)
Okay, the first thing you will want to do is update your drivers for your graphics card. Also, if everyone who is having this issue can post their DxDiag file to this thread that would be helpful in figuring out if this is related to a specific GPU.
To get a Dxdiag: https://support.leagueoflegends.com/...stic-or-dxdiag
It looks like it's an issue specific to this particular graphics chip: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650
Could you guys try loading into a custom game and reducing your graphics settings to all very low? In addition try disabling shadows. I want to see if their is a work around for the short term.
Also, try disabling your graphics adapter and use the intel integrated graphics (should be HD2000 or HD3000). If that runs the game it would verify that it is an issue specific to the ATI GPU in your machine.
Quote:alright guys i have found a way to fix the problem.
what i did was install a driver update from AMD called AMD Catalyst and it somehow updated my graphic card and now i dont have the glitch anymore.
what you need to do to fix this :
1- you need to go on the AMD site
2- go to drivers and downloads tab.
3- find the appropriate driver according to your operating system. download the driver. In my case i had ATI Radeon 4650 which is in the 4000 series, i downloaded this AMD Catalyst driver <http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/linux/legacy/Pages/legacy-radeon_linux.aspx>
4- install the driver
5- play lol
for the people that are using 5000 series or higher, i believe the driver is this one <http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/radeonaiw_vista64.aspx?type=2.4.1&product=188.8.131.52. 42;184.108.40.206.44&lang=us&rev=&ostype=Windows%207%20-%2064-Bit%20Edition>
hope this can help you resolve the problem
honor me if it works xP
If someone using an ATI 5650, that was previously having problems, would update your drivers to verify if that fixes the issue, I would be grateful!
Quote:I'm running an ATI Radeon HD 4570, and I don't think I have a secondary graphics card. I tried updating the drivers and didn't make a difference. I also tried setting everything to "very low" (and shadows to "none") and that didn't make a difference either. =/ I've uploaded my DxDiag anyway.
I'm just glad I'm not the only person with this issue.