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Direct3D hardware acceleration is disable

When i started run game online, it have one message box:
Could not find any compatible Direct3D device. please make sure that the correct graphics driver is installed on your system and Direct3D hardware acceleration is enabled.
what should i do?

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I can work any 3d game by my graphic card..........pls.
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