Hello, sorry if this has been already asked or told in the previous pages, I am just too lazy to look through all of the pages.
Anyway: I wanted to start rendering again with the blender, and I dowloaded all the files needed etc., but then when installing Blender it said I also need to instal Python, otherwise something won't work. Well, something doesn't work and when I go into blender, everything is just blurry. So I wanted to download Python, but then I can't open the files to install it with any programs...
So the 1st pic is how it looks. (All blurry)
And the 2nd pic are the files for Pythong.
If someone can help, that would be nice. It's not my first time installing this, and I don't remmember that last year I needed the Python, but now I do and I have this problem...
So what I'm asking is, how to fix the blurry problem, is it because of the Python or something else? And what should I use to install the Python. Maybe you could give a right link for the right Python script I need or whatever, cause there were many choices and I took the latest one, so I'm not sure if it's right or not.
Ok, but where and how do you do it? And where do I find the latest drivers etc. I've never installed, re-installed, updated any graphics drivers so I'm not sure what am I suppose to do...If you can help, that would be nice. Sorry for asking stupid questions.
Ohh thank you, but I've already done it, and yest the blurry Blender was because of the Graphics drivers. I've never updated them before. Anyway, since it was my first time, when I deleted it, my ethernet drivers also deleted. And I didn't know what's the problem, so for 5 days I didn't have any internet connection, and today I went to disk C: and NVidia folder, and you just had to instal the drivers back, so I did and I got my internet back. I'm an idiot, just waiting for 5 days...well, you learn from your mistakes.
Yes, I have NVidia...the thing you said. Actually it asked what I want to delete, I asked the friend who helped me with the drivers, and he said I have to delete totally everything, so I did. But I guess he didn't really know how it works with the NVidia, because he has ATI. I didn't even read it well, and even if I would I don't think I would understand anything. I'm kind of a noob with a computer. Anyway, now the problem is solved and I'm happy.