Post by iconPost by Klauwhamer | 2019-10-21 | 20:59:26

I play VR on two identical laptops.
On one the screen is black, all the controls are still visible and working. Any idea what is happening and how to fix it
Thank god for zezo, helping me to sail blind :-)

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Post by iconPost by GeGaX | 2019-10-22 | 11:18:14
You have to look at the side of the drivers update.

To find the interface otherwise it is necessary to uncheck "Use hardware acceleration if available" in google chrome
Post by iconPost by Klauwhamer | 2019-10-25 | 05:34:54

Could you be more specific about the drivers

Post by iconPost by Klauwhamer | 2019-10-23 | 20:28:44
Will give it a try and let you know. Thnx
Post by iconPost by Klauwhamer | 2019-10-25 | 05:29:56
On the "working" laptop, hardware acceleration is enabled. And works fine. Will look at the other one later

Post by iconPost by GeGaX | 2019-10-26 | 12:42:44
You can use this software to check yours drivers on Windows.
It's free and easy to use ;)

Post by iconPost by Ar Maner | 2019-10-26 | 16:47:53
Same problem on my desktop. It works good with Firefox but black screen with google chrome.
Any idea to solve this problem ?

Post by iconPost by GeGaX | 2019-10-26 | 17:01:14
I replied on the forum Virtual Regatta telling you the procedure to follow 😉
Post by iconPost by Klauwhamer | 2019-10-27 | 09:05:22
Disabling the hardware accelaration worked. Boats are visible again.
It does make the game "slow"
Will try and look into the drivers issue

Post by iconPost by regattagame | 2019-10-28 | 16:47:13
Hi Gegax,
I looked for into VR club house but wasn't able to find your post about the procedure.
Could it be possible to share the link or put the procedure here ?
On regattagame, a few players have experienced very slow performances since a few months. Only on Windows OS, mostely 10 but one with Seven.
The trick is to disable hardware acceleration in the browser.
Although we don't use at all the same softwares as VR, I'm still trying to understand what is going on.
Post by iconPost by GeGaX | 2019-10-29 | 08:12:53
Hi 😉,
There are 2 methods to solve this problem but it depends on your hardware.
- Via chrome: // flags by forcing several flags, if your hardware allows it.
- By downgrade from Google Chrome.
If Cvetan allows it, we can do it here (it will be useful to all those who meet the problem) otherwise we will do it on the VR forum.
Can I Cvetan?
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2019-10-29 | 10:29:21
The damn thing started crashing with "Aw, Snap" on startup for me too.

Cleaning cache and cookies did not help, but strangely, starting a separate Chrome instance (on linux run google-chrome --user-data-dir=foo) works.

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