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Can't play any games

I had a windows xp hard drive that died so i replaced it with a windows 98 hard drive and i upgraded it to windows xp pro,i have 776mb of ram, p3 or p4, and a 128 mb or 256mb grapgics card and i installed sims 2 and wen i go to play it says my graphics card does not support directx 9. then i installed gta3 witch should work but it says i dont have enuff video memory, the only thing i did not do is install the graphics card with the cd on the new hard drive but it still works to use my monitor, but cant play games please help me! do i need to use the cd to install the card? im gonna try that once i find the cd but please give me a answer. thanks

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    zonkpc May 11, 2010

    What make and model is your graphics card?



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Yes you need to install the drivers that came with the card. Let me know if that helps you...

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