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Old 14-11-2002, 03:30 PM   #1
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I am using Maya 4.02 on win 2k with a p3 700 and Gforce 2 MX 400. When I use maya and I select a tool from one of the menus all of the viewports hide 3/4 of their content and only show the top left hand corner. When I tumble the view I get all of the viewport back but when I select another tool it reverts to how it was before. VERY frustrating as I'm sure you can imagine! I'm on the latest detonator drivers from NVidia so I dont think that that is the problem.

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Old 14-11-2002, 07:20 PM   #2
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Latest drivers aren't always the greatest. This is especially true for nvidia's newer detonators. Tried any older drivers?
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i have a GeForce 2 pro, though not for much longer and use the 23.11's, very few issues with Maya.
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