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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by HarvickFan, Feb 1, 2005.

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  1. HarvickFan

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    ok heres the deal... went to Sierra web site ...got phine # called tech ...and he says that my video card...will not support multitexturing that i need a new one how do i know what to buy....
     
  2. Arcadion

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    Any new 3D card (e.g. a GeForce4 MX440, which is about the cheapest you can get) will support multitexturing.
     
  3. Triple6

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    What video card do you have, what is your system, and what game(s) are you having trouble with?
     
  4. HarvickFan

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    .I have aHPpavilion a420n w/3000+(2.16GHz)AMD Athlon XP processor,
    512 MB PC2700 DDR SDRAM memory,
    160GB 7200RPM Ultra DMA Hard Drive,
    CD-RW Drive 48x24x48 max speed,DVD-ROM drive 16xMax speed,
    Intergrated graphics with 64MB shared video memory,..I have Down loaded The Hobbit Game but when I try to play I get this Mess...You need a video card which supports multitexturing to run The Hobbit, The application will now exit,SSE Instructions detected,VIA/S3G unichrome,IGP ,Driver file name vtisp.dll,Vendor ox1106,device 0x00007205,Driver 0x0006000E, 000A00C2,Direct 3D Device not Initialived..
     
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