Yes the disco lights are just an object for well lighting up a place. My
character was at a bowling alley that had the disco lights where he could
dance with other sims and so on. and then when i quit the game and started
playing halo, I started a new game and as soon as would turn on the
flashlight i would see the disco lights rotating like if they are in the
Sims 2. when i would turn off the flashlight (in halo) the disco lights
would go away, but then after a while the lights would come back on and stay
on and they wont let me see where im shooting at.
My Specs are
Toshiba Satellite A205-S4587
Windows Vista Home Premium
Intel Core 2 Duo T5300 @1.73 GHz
2 GB of RAM
Mobile Intel 945GM/GU Express Family Chipset w/ Intel GMA 950
"Andy [YaYa]" <android8675@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> "razor_303" <razor_303@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> ive had this game for a while, but since yesterday i started playing and
>> it shows the disco lights from the sims 2, which i was playing right
>> before. i tried restarting the laptop and even completely shutting it
>> down and leaving it like that for a few minutes, but nothing has worked.
>> this has never happened before, anyone know why this is happening? and i
>> did properly get out of the sims 2 before playing halo
> Wow, that's really weird, some of the texture memory used in Sims 2 may be
> carrying over to Halo? That doesn't really compute. I think we need a
> better description of the disco lights. Is this one of the Sims 2 objects
> or are these "Disco Lights" something that doesn't look like it belongs in
> the game.
> I tried to play a couple games on my notebook with a x1200 video card, and
> a lot of textures were missing, so you get the weird rainbow effect. Looks
> like you're standing between 2 mirrors, everything repeats and just looks
> You might try rebooting, or let us know what computer you're doing this on
> (make/model). I know you've posted here before, but I can't recall what
> you had.