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deus ex machina

I have seen this odd ghost of green in the past but this was the first time I was able to capture a screenshot of it...

 

 

I figure this is graphical/drivers related seeing as I am running on a pos Dell E-5440.

 

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nanan00 wrote:

I figure this is graphical/drivers related seeing as I am running on a pos Dell E-5440.


 

Yes, I suspect the same......I have seen this also, after long sessions with heavily detailed assemblies, and flipping in/out of the individual models. A quick restart of SE always clears it up though.

Sean Cresswell
Design Manager Streetscape Limited
Solid Edge ST9 [MP5] Classic [x2 seats]
Windows 10

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I also have this when I use Intel HD video adapter but if I switch off and use Quadro K1000m not have this problem. I think if your computer have Nvidia card and you also switch off Intel HD your problem will be solving.

My computer Dell Precision M4700.

 

Regards,

Tibor