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No option to disable anti-aliasing in control panel.

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My video needs to be set to balanced, or else it has stuttering issues. So I can only change it on a single program basis. By default, anti-aliasing is on. The game getting a problem from this is Halo, but I can't change anti-aliasing to off in the control panel. There is simply no "off" option for anti-aliasing mode. There is only Use Global Setting, Application-controlled (still causes crash), and Enhance the Application Setting. There's no off, and that's the only setting it will accept.
 

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Application-Controlled is off... there is not a way to completely disable antialiasing. Your best bet would be to edit the .ini file of the game, if possible.

In anycase antialiasing should not cause a game to crash. You might have another driver issue of some kind.

And also - you want Anisotropic Optimization ON since it makes things faster.
 
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I think I got it to work. Must not have applied the settings right.

But that's strange, given this happening on Custom Edition:
 

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