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I can,t install 3D acellerator

Intel graphics card it has no 3D

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Re: I can,t install 3D acellerator

In the run box, type in dxdiag then enter.
Go to the display tab and see if the Direct3D is enabled, if not enable it and also while you are there do the tests.
If you can save the log and copy and paste it here if that doesnt reslove the issue.

Posted on Dec 19, 2007

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