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Intel graphics card

This program requires hardware t & l and stencil support (thus 32 bpp desktop) open window failed.

intel (r) g33/31 express chipset family
chip type intel gma 3100
driver 7.14.10.1437
some new games wont work

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  • Maurice Byrne Jun 29, 2008

    unreal 6 month pc out of date with a graphics card.



    how can they sell a graphics card knowing it wont work with certain games.



    if i sold a car that would only drive on certain roads i would be sued.



    feel ripped off

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Hello there.

Unfortunately Intel drivers have some bugs in them which means it will not support Hardware T&L correctly. This means that intel graphics chips are not recommended for any new games and many old ones. Some Intel chipsets support more than others, unfortunately yours doesn't.

You can see here which chips support some parts of hardware Transform + Lighting here at http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/CS-011910.htm

An entry level AMD/ATI radeon or Nvidia graphics chip would be more suited to occasional gaming on a laptop system.

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

  • Ryan Harron
    Ryan Harron Jun 30, 2008

    What i would recommend is maybe upgrading the computer with an entry level graphics card, this will let you play most games at an acceptable level.

    Gaming can be an expensive habit on computers, to run the latest games on large LCD monitors requires a very expensive computer :)


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