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Tomb Raider game requires a DirectX9.0c capable graphics card.my card driver does not support DirectX9.0c 3D Acceleration.
Nvida cards drivers have a problem binding to direct x already installed to a onboard graphics systems. I found the answer is weird but simple to carry out first disable the driver for the motherboard graphics system. then make sure that your computer is running of the nvida card . Now go into the nidva popup menu from the toolbar icon and change the refesh rate . this will cause the driver to rewrite itself into the direct x drivers then check your direct x by typing dxdiag into run . if you saw a bar graph after your change most likely your directx will now pass this was done with a PNY GEForce 5200 255 mb card I am playing battle fromt two with.now
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
It's not about driver. There are card which do not support Dx9 like nVidia GeForce 4 MX500. Those cards can play only up to Dx8 games and there are cards like GeForce 4 Titanium 4200 which are not support fully Dx9. On them you can play Dx9 games, but without some features. Since you didn't give me a name of your card, solution is hard to say.
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