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Beastie Boy said:Hi All,
Fixed it. The CTL T thing didn't work for me. Here’s what did:
Go to nvidia control panel turn off Stereoscopic 3d and apply.
Start up Crysis 3 the driver section is no longer greyed out cycle through the drivers until driver is back up. Apply the change. Alt tab back to Nvidia control panel and re select the stereoscopic 3D. Set up glasses. Alt Tab back into the game and resume and it works. Works just as well as Crysis2. I used the old system file foe the Crysis 2 fix and changed the Crysis 2 info for the stuff in the Crysis 3 system.cfg(for the paths etc) Worked like a chard. Have full depth of vision when set to max in the Crysis 3 in game options.
The only extra thing is sometimes I have to alt tab in and out of Crysis 3 if I restart the programme. But it works.
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