View Full Version : Pink output on NVidia GeForce3
10th October 2001, 04:10
Hey, I was wondering if anyone else had this same problem. I recently put together a new system with a GeForce 3 (newest drivers), Windows 2000, 512Mb, and a 1.4 Ghz athlon (ok, so some of this system information is for gloating purposes) :cool: . Anyway, when I run Milkdrop .99g, it runs fine, but everything is Pink (with accasional blue for good measure). Is Milkdrop supposed to be pink? If not, I didn't think so. If anyone has any ideas what is wrong (settings, drivers, etc), please let me know - I'd appreciate it. Either reply to this post, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks in advance! :)
Terry J. Record
10th October 2001, 07:13
Are you running in Desktop (overlay) mode with hardware blitting?
10th October 2001, 07:14
No, visualization mode full screen, 1024 x 780 (or what ever it is), 32 bit color
10th October 2001, 15:39
Is it possible for you to give a link to a screen shot with this happening and press f4 so the preset name appears. Obiviously some of the MD presets are pink in nature but it is not all of them.
11th October 2001, 04:26
I took three different screen captures, to give you a general idea. They can be viewed here:
If you have trouble with the link, let me know. I'm posting them via a link rather than including them in this post, to save the sanity of anyone viewing this thread with a 56k (or, God forbid, 28.8. :eek: ::Shudder:: ).
11th October 2001, 05:24
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Those shots are in stereoscopic 3d mode. F9 toggles this effect on and off, and you'll probably find that you've checked the stereo3d mode always on checkbox in the settings.
This effect is good if you have a pair of red/blue glasses. Or any other colours - you can change them as appropriate.
11th October 2001, 05:30
What do you know! Gosh, now I feel like an idiot! That did the trick... but I swore I tried toggleing that setting on/off earlier. Oh well, guess not. Anyway, thanks for your help, Krash. :)
11th October 2001, 15:56
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