Hey All, I've been viewing the boards as a guest for quite some time now and I hate for this to be my first post, but it is what it is. I'm a huge fan of the thief fanchaise and I'm tickled to see this group investing their lives into a mod that resembles the feel/formula that made the orginal Thief such a masterful game. Anyhow I want to say thank you to everyone who has contributed to this mod's development. Its a great achievement and a jewel to the Thief Community; keep up the fantastic work! Now onto the subject of my post. I didn't see an offical technical problem thread so I figured I'd start one in the hopes that it would consolidate such issues for future troubleshooting for the users and be a means of tracking them for the mod developers. I've just recently installed the TDM: St. Lucia Mod/Map =D. The problem is I'm suffering from some issues. Background about my Rig & Doom3 w/o St. Lucia. - Rig - Make / Model: Custom OS: Vista Ultimate - 64bit - (SP1) CPU: Quad Core Q9550 Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 - (Drivers: Catalyst 8.10) RAM: G.Skill DDR2-800 - (8gig) Motherboard: Asus Rampage Formula - (Chipset: Intel X48) SoundCard: Asus Supreme FXII - (PCI-x card shipped w/ mobo) Monitor: Dual Monitors **Hardware Drivers Updated: 1 month ago. Doom 3 Specifications: Doom 3: Version - 126.96.36.1994 *verified using console* -Able to run Doom3 w/o any problems. St Lucia Video Settings: Screen Size: 1600x1200 Aspect Ratio: 4:3 V-sync: No Antialiasing - Off Ambient Rendering - Standard When I loaded St. Lucia, all the menus / load screens worked well. As soon as I entered the level all the ground / terrain & most building textures were Black. I could see vegetation, static mesh objects like wagons / barrels / pallets / boxes, and the sky box appeared error free. I could also see 2 different building textures, a cross hatched wood type texture and a wood grain texture, the rest of the building textures were black. I would have taken a screenshot of it, but I don't know how =D. I tried adjusting the gamma but it had no affect on the ground / terrain textures. Then after I tried to exit the game for the first time, it crashed and left a light grey screen and I had to hard reset my computer because it was completely locked. There was no error message that I could relay to you either. Since then I have not been able to repeat this crash. I hope this is enough detail to start with. I'd be more than happy to provide more details. I'm just out of ideas and would need a bit more direction. On the topic of screen resolution, are there any plans of supporting widescreen such as the 16:10 / 16:9 resolutions in the future?