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Dxdiag Display: AGP Texture Acceleration

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Skudge, Jan 20, 2003.

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  1. Skudge

    Skudge Thread Starter

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    I have two operating syatems running on my computer. Win98SE and Win2K Pro. On win98SE I have DirectX9.0 installed and it says that AGP texture acceleration is enabled in dxdiag\display. On win2K I have DirectX8.1 and it says AGP texture acceleratin is disabled without any option to enable it.

    My System:
    Athlon 1800+
    512mb 266mhz Ram
    Siluro GF4 Ti4200 OTES
    ECS K7S5A mainboard
    Seagate 40 gig 7200rpm Hard drive
     
  2. RT

    RT

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    Hi Skudge,

    I found this post in a Google group search that seems to address your problem, according to this it's a Win200 + DX8.1 bug:

    I don't know if you have the ALi chipset specified, and if you don't I can't say that this will work. If you want to try this you can get RivaTuner v2 here:

    http://www.guru3d.com/rivatuner/

    It is possible that going to DX9 on your W2K machine, or I mean that portion of your machine, might work.

    I've got a G4 TI4200, too (Asus), running on WinXP and do not have that problem, but I think I'll give RivaTuner a spin, seems to be a pretty cool utility.

    BOL,
    RT
     
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