Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
ATI Radeon Chipsets
When playing Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords on a graphics card with one of the ATI Radeon chipsets, you may experience the following issues:
If you are having problems using high resolutions, such as 1600x1200, you may need to adjust the maximum allowed screen resolution in the ATI Display Properties. Go to the Advanced Display Settings, and select Display. If the maximum allowed screen resolution is set lower than the resolution you are trying to use in the game, then the video driver is preventing you from using this setting. ATI has been informed of this issue. We recommend that you check for updated drivers, which may correct this.
You may see polygons stretch across the screen while playing the game. Please check for updated drivers, which may resolve this issue.
You will be unable to modify Anti-Aliasing in the Advanced Graphics Options menu on these cards in Windows 98 and Windows ME. To enable FSAA in these operating systems, you will need to adjust this setting in the ATI Control Panel.
You may see graphic corruption when the resolution is set to 800x600 with FSAA set to 6 Sample AA and Frame Buffer Effects enabled in Windows 2000 and Windows XP. This does not occur if you lower the FSAA setting to 4 Sample AA or 2 Sample AA. This issue does not occur when using the ATI Catalyst 4.12 (6.14.0010.6497) driver.
Changes made to the Brightness slider may not have an effect the first time an in game movie is played in Windows 2000 and Windows XP. We have found that playing any movie a second time will correct this issue. We recommend that you check for updated drivers, which may correct this.