Skeleton Joint Tool bug. NEED HELP please.

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  04 April 2013
Skeleton Joint Tool bug. NEED HELP please.

Itís been so frustrating with this issue.
The bones were shown just perfectly until two days ago, itís confusingly disappeared.

this is example 2

I am in the middle of doing my assignment, which makes me really really stressful.
I am using VAIO, with two switchable graphics card. They are AMD Radeon HD 6630M and Intelģ HD Graphics 3000.
I donít think that my graphic couldnít handle the Maya because it worked really fine a few days ago.

Please, this is so irritating.
Thank you so much in advance.
  04 April 2013
First try and go in to the jointtool settings and reset them.
  04 April 2013
After wasting my time downloading many drivers (which apparently didn't get any changes) I have discovered the solve for this problems which is quite annoying.

Firstly, I have to disable the AMD Radeon HD graphic card on Device Manager, then I opened the Maya Application. Try the Joint Tool to make sure that the bones are displayed correctly. Then I go back to Device manager to enable the AMD Radeon HD.

I don't know why, maybe the AMD Radeon HD is sh*t (gah!!) which is quite shocking, really.

Any solution?
  04 April 2013
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