Well, because you're new, I will forgive you and I have a fix for you. But first: you post a picture by making an account on Photobucket/Imgur/ImageShack and uploading your image there. But, because I know what problem you have, open the spoiler in my signature, there is a Word document in there which contains that fix and a bunch of others (thanks to Matthew Tucker AKA EskimoNoise for this fix).
is there a way to make the watercolor not changed, so its the original texture pack color?
That and the black and white screen, which I'm sure you know what it looks like.
The Graphics card is Intel HD Graphics 4000 Windows 8
Gosh darn you people and your integrated graphics,
won't anybody learn it's not worth the amount you save to have them?
Thank you though for giving us your graphics that helped a lot.
Here's what you do: Go into composite.vsh in the SEUS.zip (or whatever it's called) with like winzip or something, find timePow: 2.0f and change 2.0f to 3.0f.
I hope this helped!
So, I fixed most everything else. I've got rain back, I rolled my Nvidia drivers back, blah blah blah.
However, one issue remains. In certain areas of darkness, such as during the day where there are supposed to be shadows in the sides of mountains, it's absolute black. I don't mean it's just dark, I mean the texture is completely black until I run right up on it with a torch and wait a few seconds for it to light up a bit. Hopefully someone knows what I'm talking about, since I can't take a screenshot ATM, but I could later if required.
I'm using Windows 8 64 bit
GTX 670 (Nvidia Driver 320.49)
AMD FX 8350
Latest Minecraft version
No other graphic mods
I'm running minecraft 1.6.2 and white screen error appear
Shade pack:SEUS 10.0 Series
Graphic card: NVDIA GeForce GTX 670
This is how it looks.
After changing timePow = 2.0f with timePow = 3.0f in composite.vsh
this is what happeneed.
Can someone help me with this?
I can only think of one thing:
Use the recommended drivers (either sonic's recommended [306.XX] or Karyonix's [314.XX] I think 320.XX worked as well)
I don't remember if this information is correct so can somebody who knows what they're talking about please verify this? Thanks.
I would try it nonetheless, fgheyo.
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