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Display card problem

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by hornetsjet, Dec 5, 2001.

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  1. hornetsjet

    hornetsjet Thread Starter

    Sep 13, 2001

    I have a display card ( NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64).
    My display card didn't work properly since i reinstall the windows 98SE and all the drivers. I found that the driver was uncertified and there approx. total memory of 31.5MB (My display card is 32MB). If i enable the AGP texture acceleration in the DirectX Diagnostic Tool, I couldn't play 3D games and even watch Movie.

    P/S:my sound card was also uncertified.
    Does anybody know why?
  2. Monk_


    Sep 7, 2001
    Uncertified drivers just means that Microsoft has not tested them for DirectX compatability. Check that you have the latest drivers available from your hardware manufacturer and you are running the latest version of DirectX. Hope this helps.
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