THIS APPLIES TO Version IV and earlier only
Source of the Problem: This problem has been isolated to computers using an Intel graphics chipset with current Intel drivers. It is most often found on new computers (especially Dell) since they have the latest drivers. The particular drivers vary, so you'll need to contact Intel or your computer manufacturer.
Workarounds: At Horticopia, we've been able to reproduce this problem on only one computer, which happens to have the Intel chipset. The computer worked fine with the drivers it came with (Intel version 220.127.116.1114). However, when we updated the driver to Intel's most current release, the "fuzzy toolbar" problem appeared. Experimenting with this computer, we have discovered three different workarounds, described below. We cannot be sure these will work for you, so you should continue with your efforts in contacting both Intel and your computer manufacturer.
After you install a new driver or change any graphic settings, the toolbars need to be reset in HORTICOPIA® Professional. You can do this in the Horticopia Control Panel by clicking the Reset Toolbars checkbox.
Version IV users with the latest versions can make the "reset toolbars" occur automatically each time the program is started by:
Three Different Workarounds:
Be sure that the driver you use is compatible with your chipset. Be sure you enable the "System Restore" function on your computer so you can go back to the previous state if things don't work out right. You may also wish to experiment with newer drivers.
Changing Display Settings
Use one of these methods:
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