Dec 25, 2014 - 10:53am
Ok, so I had recently installed the proprietary drivers for my computer, which is an ASUS F55C-TH31, and I went to use Minecraft, a Java game made by the company Mojang, and there is a HUGE rendering issue with the game and it makes it unplayable. As you can see by the image below, I almost can't see anything in the game world at all. I noticed this happened AFTER I installed the drivers via the client, and there were no updates for any software whatsoever before I discovered this. I did not install any untrusted software, either, and I did not tamper with any of my computer's parts in any way. I just need to know how to fix this issue so I can play my game again. I apolgize for complaining, but I am just very disappointed in this. I am not running a modified version of the game, nor am I running an outdated version. I am running 1.8.1, which is the latest version currently. If I could get some help with how to fix this, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks! BTW, if you do need to contact me personally, my e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
By the way, my specs, according to the vendor, are:
CPU: Intel Core i3 2328M 2.2GHz w/3MB L3 cache
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000 integrated card using shared system memory
RAM: 4GB 3.98 usable.
BTW, this is an ASUS F55C-TH31 Laptop computer.
Here's (basically) what I see every time I start a world up on the game, which is Minecraft:
Please note, too that I did not take this while it was still loading up, I had left the game like this for about 5 minutes and it looked the same. I am being completely honest in this report.