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Internal driver error message on half-life2:episode one

Discussion in 'Games' started by venter360, Oct 14, 2008.

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    Every time i open half-life2:episode one and start a new game this error message shows up "Internal driver error in Idirect3DDevice9::present()"all the other games that came with the pack work fine and they are all made by VALVE so i don't get why that particular game doesn't work.The pack that i have is called half-life2 episode pack.I think i have most of the requirements,these are the requirements listed on the CD case:Minimum System Requirements,1.7 GHz Processer/512MB RAM/DirectX 8 level Graphics Card/Windows Vista/XP/2000/Mouse/Keyboard/Internet Connection/DVD-ROM Drive.Recommended System Requirements, Pentium 4 processor(3.0GHz or better)/1GB RAM/DirectX 9 level Graphics Card/Windows Vista/XP/2000/Mouse/Keyboard/Internet Connection/DVD-ROM Drive.The pack # is 987024.What sould i do and plz tell me if i need more info.Thanks.

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