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Lego Starwars 'Tearing' Issues


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Hi all,

Just got my Mac Book Pro (15" 2.13 1gig ram etc).
WoW works great but Lego starwars has really bad horizontal 'tearing' when there is movement in the frame. Any ideas how to rectify this? Could it be a resolution problem?
Thx
Jay
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