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I changed 3 PSU s.but same results.It also says bad power supply or something before go to bios.only problem is showing 19V instead of 12V in one line.
 

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De Firenze : from my experience, if the board says  voltage error, then u have a bad ripple rate from ur psu, what is ur psu? ;D

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Author Topic: FXAA injector for GTA IV & GTA EFLC  (Read 7058 times)

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FXAA injector for GTA IV & GTA EFLC
« on: November 23, 2011, 01:25:10 pm »
Hi... every one......!!!! if you still playing GTA IV or EFLC you must already  know they don't support  AA. but now you can enable nvdia FXAA for GTA IV and EFLC with this. you have to do just copy all files from the zip file to the GTA install directory and launch  the game. if you want to see difference, use Pause/Break to activate or deactivate FXAA. I tested this my self and working fine. see the image  :bye:
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