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I'm seeing this on planets close to stars, the terrain goes transparent when zooming out. But zoomed in close enough, it appears solid. Didn't happen in the previous versions. I have the latest graphics drivers installed.
Mosfet wrote:spaceguy, did you try updating your Intel drivers? As far as I can see yours date back in july 2015
PlutonianEmpire wrote:Windows' ability to update drivers is subpar. Look up the Intel Driver Update utility. It works better at updating graphics drivers.
Mosfet wrote:Spaceguy, I'm afraid I can't read part of your attachments. The only Aspire I see with i5 1.7GHz processor is E5-571P-55TL (it should be written under your notebook), but you should have touchscreen as well. It came with Windows 8, I assume Microsoft gently pushed it towards spyware Windows 10.
If this is the case, and your processor is indeed i5-4210U, here https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26229/Intel-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-10-15-40-4th-Gen-?product=81497 there's the latest Intel HD graphics driver for your hardware. It's august 2016, but I would try it anyway.
Mosfet wrote:It means Acer doesn't allow generic Intel drivers installed in that hardware, probably because it's customized in some way.
The only chance would be manual installation from the zip version of the package, but I should warn you to do that only if you have experience in managing such installations.
Intel released some instructions on how to do it manually