Question about MSI RC410M-L Motherboard
I looked up your motherboard and from what I can tell, your motherboard has built in 3D graphics support. It says that it supports directx9 so you should be able to run games made under directx9 for windows. There was a warning about how the motherboard used memory and that you may need to adjust the memory to get things to work. That may be where your problem is. I don't think the manufacturer of this motherboard made it to standard and directx doesn't know what to do with the memory. You can change the memory in bios but I would check with the motherboard manufacturer. Your manufacturer is MSI. You can go to their site and find out what to do with it. I'm willing to bet that other people are having similar issues with their boards. Try to go there first and download all the newest drivers for whatever operating system your using and try again. If this doesn't work then get back to me.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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