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RebTech
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Re: Windows 10 display issue

I've uninstalled sweet home 3d, updated all drivers OpenGL DirectX to the latest.
Reinstalled Sweet Home and tried 32 and 64 and both are still crashing.




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Re: Windows 10 display issue

Maybe an older version will work for you...
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Re: Windows 10 display issue

This is the same error I'm getting. I've tried downgrading to version 5.7 and the exact same errors keep happening.
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Re: Windows 10 display issue

For me, looks like this was caused by my NVIDIA driver. I changed the Adjust Image Setting to "Let the 3D application decide" and seemed to work for me. Good luck!

Desktop > Right Click > NVIDIA Control Panel > Adjust image setting with preview > Let the 3D application decide
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Re: Windows 10 display issue

Nevermind... still having the same issues. NVIDIA Control Panel didn't fix it.
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Re: Windows 10 display issue

I'm having the same problem. Got a new computer with twin graphics cards, Intel & NVIDIA. Worked fine on my previous laptop running Windows 10. On the new laptop, works when only using the built in monitor (running on the Intel card) but messes up if the additional monitor is turned on (on NVIDIA card). Have tried updating all the graphics drivers, tried many different install verions, tried installing the 32 bit ver 6.1.2, added the ini file, tried the install command with the flags (..\SweetHome3D-6.1.2-windows.exe /os.arch=x86 /j3d.version=1.5.2). I really really like the program but I've run out of ways to fix this. I have the dxDiag file if that will help diagnose the issue
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