I’m back on what I now think is a simple bug: The message to the display that is:
It seems that you are using an outdated graphics driver that could be instabbed with our game. You are strongly advised to update it with version 12.5 or later. You will be able to download the latest drivers for your graphics card from http://www.amd.com. Would you like to leave the game and download the latest drivers available?
I thank the customer support from AMD and Funcom for looking with me but we found nothing. I did an AMD report but BOF. So I decided to look, look and I have a hypothesis. I wonder if this is a false positive because, I use the Super Task Manager “Process Explorer” and I discovered something.
The message says you have a driver prior to 12.6 and strangely, the dxdiag that clicks before the launch of the game stops the top: C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\rt640x64.inf_amd64_124774e567f968ba\rt640x64. Pnf
With some research, I’m stumbling on the forum TSW (the origin) and people in 2013 already complained about this while AMD, had released in 2012, a driver supporting the game. How can this little be done that if AMD supported the game, this message is displayed. So it would be present from 6 years then.
If there is a check driver software, it would not take the driver in the file Driverstore the 12.4 as current version. This coincides as precisely 12.4 < 12.5. Strange. This driver “12.4” reinstalls itself to every big update of Windows 10, depending on the date of creation of the file so it is well brought by the system.
Even though I have a very average graphics card (AMD R5m330), this is the only game for which even in low graphic or I have huge variations of FPS. I can go from 30 to 10 FPS at one time.
That would be cool to look if it works well on that side there.