• Driver Updating
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  • Well, ever since I updated my drivers, my Source SDK has gone to shit. Larger maps don't run as smoothly as they used to, and are extremely laggy now. Please help!
  • Yeah, we need a little bit more information. What type of card, and what update did you go to?
  • [QUOTE=IronPhoenix;33916451]Presuming you mean gfx drivers, so nvida or ati?[/QUOTE] Correct, I have ATI [editline]27th December 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=Reactors;33917033]Yeah, we need a little bit more information. What type of card, and what update did you go to?[/QUOTE] I did the "[I]AMD Driver Autodetect[/I]", as well as "[I]Catalyst Software Suite[/I]" and "[I]AMD Catalyst Application Profiles[/I]". This is the first time I ever updated my drivers, so don't judge me lol.
  • Have you went into Steam clicked Steam in the top left corner and went to Check for Video Driver updates?
  • [QUOTE=All0utWar;33930628]Have you went into Steam clicked Steam in the top left corner and went to Check for Video Driver updates?[/QUOTE] I have, it says I am up to date.
  • [QUOTE=Firegod522;33930727]Tried rolling back on your driver update?[/QUOTE] Meaning...? And in my assumption of what that does mean, how would that be done?
  • [QUOTE=Firegod522;33930748]download an older driver.[/QUOTE] I would also like to know why updating a driving would create this kind of issue. By any chance, do you know why?
  • Would be something with the developers behind the update. You could try forcing some settings on/off on Catalyst, if you don't want to roll back.
  • [QUOTE=Firegod522;33930821]Would be something with the developers behind the update. You could try forcing some settings on/off on Catalyst, if you don't want to roll back.[/QUOTE] I've tried that, I might as well as to contact their support team for further assistance. Thanks for the help though!