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  • storeyl92 Jul 06, 2008

    I'm trying to play prison tycoon 2 and direct3d renderer creation error comes up.

  • Anonymous Oct 15, 2008

    same thing

  • junnu_ali Nov 01, 2008

    I bought DVD of painkiller it installs properly but after clicking on .exe file popup appears "Directx renderer problem"



    Can any one find solution for this.



    I have integrated graphics card

  • Anonymous Jan 31, 2009

    i don´t have money for this what i do?and apear a think writed vai toma no meio do seu cú

  • chanducshek Apr 15, 2009

    D3D CREATION ERROR, CWMD.EXE

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I keep getting a Direct3D renderer creation error and i have no idea what it is, is there any way to fix this? i just spent 40 bucks on this anti- virus thing and it still didnt work???

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What you need to do is to update your graphic driver.
Nvidia - http://www.nvidia.com/content/global/global.php
AMD - http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Pages/index.aspx

Posted on Aug 12, 2010

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NEW graphics card i had the same prob 3d errors renderer, pixel shader the new graphics card worked and the reson why these messages pop out is because you must have ether crashed your pc or erased it clean for space
and the graphics/video card got damaged or messed up


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Posted on Jul 02, 2012

I wish people would quit typing that as an answer. Yes, you MAY need a new video card... but you may not. I removed Windows from my computer, before I did this I never had the Direct3D Renderer error message. After I put Windows back on my computer I receive this error for every game I try to play (all of which I played often, with absolutely no problems, before I removed Windows). So, I could be wrong because I'm not awesome with computers, but common sense would say (simply because it didn't happen until I altered something myself) the case isn't needing a new graphic card for this issue every time. Maybe you could elaborate on your issue? Also, the case may simply be you need a better graphics card... what are the recommended specs for the game? is your graphic card up to par for that game?

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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Solve for me

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Replace your video card.

thanks!!

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D3d drivers 95


D3d is an abbreviated way of saying Direct3d. The 95 could possibly mean that it wants version 9.5, but I'm not really sure what else to make of it. Direct3d is something like a framework/library for rendering 3D objects on Windows operating systems. It's part of DirectX, but you can download direct3d alone from Microsoft; though I would advise against downloading it from any place but Microsoft or MSDN for several reasons. You can try grabbing the latest version (I think it's 11) first, and if that doesn't work, go ahead and look for 9.5.

Lastly, there's a possibility that this message means that your drivers are not compatible with Direct3d. There are a number of reasons this could happen. First off, your laptop may not be able to run Direct3d. However, I find this unlikely; it's pretty rare to see a Windows 7 laptop with absolutely no graphics capabilities whatsoever. If you ever re-installed Windows, that could be an issue, as the driver software is erased when you do this. It might be possible to ascertain additional information with a more verbose description of the problem you are encountering. ;-)

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My games wont let me play them, one of them say 3d direct error creation failed, something like: "Initialization Error: Direct3D renderer creation error: Creation failed" and the other game...



If your computer came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it
Click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to display adapters + to expand you might see a yellow question exclamation mark ? mark ! or a red x right click select reinstall drivers
Want to make sure your drivers are in place and no errors have occurred? Simply click start right click on my computer select properties then select device manager scroll to Display Adapters and click on the small "+" you should see the model of your PCI Express graphic card there. If there is a problem with it, a yellow exclamation mark should appear besides it. If you don't see it everything is OK and your card is working properly. im not sure what the eror might be
click start control panel administrive tools computer management then select event viewer depending on what operating sytem you have this may vary
in left panel extend the events there you will see errors in red right panel you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occured you might be able to work your way through the problem or you might download this http://download.cnet.com/nVidia-Graphics-Driver-Windows-XP-Media-Center-Edition/3000-2108_4-10044975.html This is a WHQL release from the Release 260 family of drivers. This driver package supports GeForce 6, 7, 8, 9, 100, 200, 300, and 400-series desktop GPUs as well as ION desktop GPUs. What's new in this version: Supports the newly released GeForce GTX 580 and GeForce GTX 570 GPUs Increases performance for GeForce 400 Series and 500 Series GPUs in several PC games vs. the latest Release 260 drivers Adds ambient occlusion support for one of the most popular games of the year: Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty. Ambient occlusion improves the quality of lighting, shadows, and depth perception in many parts of the game hope this helps

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It keeps saying when i try to play one of my games: Initialization Error: Direct3D renderer creation error: Creation failed:


Hello,

The first thing you should do is check on the installation CD/DVD game on for any readme.txt or
troubleshooting.txt files.

The readme.txt file should list the graphics cards that the game is compatible with. Make sure that your graphics card is compatible with the game.

Also the same file may tell you which version of DirectX the game requires.

Make sure you have the version of DirectX required installed. Most games have the DirectX libraries needed in a folder on the game's installation CD/DVD.

Also there is a program in C:\Windows\System32 called dxdiag.exe you can run this to diagnose your DirectX setup and your machine.

Hope this helps.

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When I try to play Wizard101 it says something like Direct3d creation renderer failed to initialize. How can I fix this?


Update your Flash to the latest version: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
If you're on Google Chrome, update your browser using Wrench > About Google Chrome
If this doesn't fix it, you should try updating your graphics card driver.
AMD/ATI drivers: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Pages/index.aspx Nvidia drivers: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us

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I just bought a used laptop and i installed two games on it Stronghold 2 and Prison Tycoon. Neither will run on my computer. When i try to run Prison Tycoon, it says Direct3d renderer creation error and...


It could just be that the graphics set in your PC is just not capable of producing the resolutions/operations required for the game as they are set or you maybe need an updated graphics driver. Try reducing the resolution settings in the game(s) if you can. Also make sure that the resoulution screen setting is correct for the size of screen and that you dont have any strange modes set up like trying to output to 2 screens etc.

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I got this error "dx error 0x8876086c" when trying to use my chat cam with Skype 5 beta version


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I got a remote controll helicopter and when I installed the software for the Flying Model Simulator, it brings up an error saying that D3DRM.DLL IS NOT LOADED.. What can I do to run this program so I can...


The D3DRM.DLL file is the Dynamic Link Library for Direct3D Retained Mode, an older DirectX display technology that was not included with Windows Vista. Direct3D is used to render three dimensional images in applications where performance is important; the most common examples of which are games, CAD drawing programs and graphics editing software.
The error message displayed varies by program, but some some of the more common ones are:
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  • "This application has failed to start because d3drm.dll was not found"
  • "D3DRM.dll is not loaded"
This error is usually a sign that the d3drm.dll file has been deleted, corrupted or altered in such a way that makes it unusable to your program.
To fix errors like this:
1. Install the latest version of Microsoft DirectX. It will fix the d3drm.dll error.
2. Uninstall the game or software program and then reinstall it again.
3. Update the drivers for your video card.
4. If it doesn,t work copy d3drm.dll file to the system folder.
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Direct3D renderer creation


install DirectX SDK which can be found at www.microsoft.com

direct 3D is a component of DirectX SDK

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