Wmf graphics filter missing! what is a wmf graphic filter?
Im trying to start microsoft homepublishing 2000 and that wmf graphics filter missing pops up how do i fix that how do i get it how do i fix it and what is it. Thats the only thing that prevents me from having that program load on my comp it use to before but now it dont and i have windows xp studen teacher edition on my comp. Someone please help!!!!
I also have windows xp, with greetings 2000, and it says my wmf graphic filter is missing.
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In Windows, it just comes up with a message saying it will be clocked down, so you just click "OK"? if molex is not plugged. 1. You should install the driver for the graphic card so it wont show distorted images, Microsoft display drivers are not reliable in gaming you may experience distortions. 2. Plug the molex or 4pin power to your card and observe if you will encounter the same problem after doing step 1.
3. If not try to test another PSU or acquire a new PSU that is powerful enough to run the card - not using the power cable could damage all your system. Hopefully this information helps. Happy Gaming Thank you for using FixYa.
SYMPTOMS When you start Microsoft Greetings 2000, you may receive one of the following error messages:
One or more components are missing or broken. WMF graphics filter is missing.
Wmf graphics filter is missing.
CAUSE This behavior can occur if the Windows Metafile (WMF) graphics import filter is damaged or missing.
RESOLUTION To resolve this issue, rename the Wmfimp32.flt file: - Click Start, point to Find, and then click Files or Folders. - In the Named field, type wmfimp32.flt. - In the Look in box, click Local hard drives, and then click to select the Include Subfolders check box. - Click Find Now. - Right-click the Wmfimp32.flt file, and then click Rename. - Type wmfimp32.old. - Press ENTER. - Close the Find: Files Named Wmfimp32.old dialog box. - Reinstall the program.
I had the exact same problem and couldnt figure out what was going on...but I had a freak fix. I don't know how, but when I installed disc 4 (Picture It! 2000 Setup and Picture Disc) and disc 5 (Additional Art), I was able to access the program again. Hope this helps!
That sounds like a windows media filter. There are certian programs
that you can download to fix this prob. If that's your card,(and it may
be) you can google it and get the drivers for that card.
that'll probly solve it.
You most likely need to upgrade your Video Card to a Card that has more RAM... Find out if *********** Board has AGP or PCI-Express slot, hopefully you don't just have PCI slots, but chances are if you are on a Desktop you can upgrade your Video Card.