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Well, if you're running Windows, and you have a videocard bigger than 4 square inches, you need to install the drivers for that card, and then go to http://www.gamesforwindows.com/en-CA/directx/ and install DirectX. After that, try the program again; if it won't run, maybe you actually do have a VESA videocard with no 3D acceleration to speak of, and therefore can't reasonably run the 3D program or game you're trying to run. Not without dropping $200 on a videocard.
If you're not running Windows or a reasonable WINE or VMware virtualization of such a system within Linux, you seem to need a different build of the program.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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