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In 3-d views, the screen is black unless I am in a mode moving the object. How do I fix this?

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SOURCE: In 3-d views, the screen is black unless I am in a

Get a better graphic card because your current graphic does not support 3-d view.
Update your present graphic card with the latest drivers updates or patches.

If it does not work you need to replace it with a better graphic card which support 3-d views.

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