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Re: DirectX9.0c capable graphics card
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
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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You cannot enabled the Directdraw or 3D Acceleration Options in DirectX i.e. if, Your computer does not meet the minimum 3D hardware requirements eg. playing PC games. Your video adapter does not have sufficient video memory to run the game. DirectDraw Acceleration is disabled. The 3D Acceleration option is unavailable. You use out-of-date drivers for your video adapter i.e Graphic card The latest version of DirectX is not installed or is damaged. One or to many programs that are running in the background are interfering with the game.
This sounds like your computer may be several years old and the hardware a little outdated. It will depend on the game since today's latest games require not only 3d-acceleration but super fast acceleration as given by "NVIDIA" or "ATI"'s latest graphic cards.
If you are running a relatively simple game, you need to see if your computer uses which type of graphic card connector.
In the old days it was PCI, then came AGP and later PCI Express.
What the above will tell you is which 3d graphic card type to buy. You can get a graphic card at newegg.com or lots of other places varying in speed and capacity.
You might need to update you version of DirectX by going to the microsoft site, or make sure that the 3D accelleration is enable in DXDIAG.
If using XP go to Start>Run (on the right hand side) and type in dxdiag then press enter. When the program opens click on the display tab and check that the 3D accellarator is enabled. Also carry out the tests within the display tab to make sure that there are no other errors. Check the game for the version of DX that it need against the version that you have, your version will be displayed when the dxdiag program opens. I hope this helps
I have'nt try that game! The problems goes to game itself, as you said that your run the other game so smoothly??Maybe you should'nt meets the system requirement (exactly)of the game itself??Check it first.
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