Harware acceleration=Halo

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HALOdUdE

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I HAVE A PROBLEM. I played all types of online multiplayer games but since 3 months ago i couldn't play any online multiplayer games except Age OF Empires. My favorite game was Halo which whenever i tried to play it now its saying hardware acceleration disabled, but its on. Its turned to full under display tab and whenever i try to run "DXDIAG" under run in the start menu. its saying no such file found. But i have installed it from microsoft.com Several times. (ANY SUGGESTIONS?)
 
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Dude, like I've been saying to everybody else a hundred thousand times, find a friggin patch... the latest one should clear up any problems a conflicts with the system and program...
 
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Hotshot: Are you trying to draw people away from the site. Last warning dude. CHILL!

Sorry HALOdUdE, som1 will assist you shortly.
 
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Yeah, I've had some real bad experience w/ Halo for PC (I suspect it's overall just a very poorly made program) When i first installed it, it ran fine, then a week later, The "dxdiag" error came up, then a few weeks later, it ran again and has ever since. But ALL along, it has run incredibly slow even on the lowest settings and I know my comp has enough horsepwer. Anyway, enough complaining...

If you're trying to run dxdiag, you can't just type it in the run window--you have to find the app in the depths of your hard drive, meaning somewhwere in c:/windows
I just searched for it.

It didin't help me when i ran it, but hey, give it a go. Maybe it 'll get it to work in another month.... ....?
 
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I never liked halo for pc, not to mention not alotta people even play it when i check the games.
 
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