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"no direct3d devices detected"

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by keisharenee, Jan 19, 2011.

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  1. keisharenee

    keisharenee Thread Starter

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    I AM HAVING TROUBLE WITH MY COMPUTER. EVERYTIME I TRY TO PLAY A GAME ON MY COMPUTER A BOX POPS UP THAT SAYS "NO DIRECT3D DEVICES DETECTED" AND I AM NOT ABLE TO GET TO ANY OF THE GAMES. I AM NOT SURE WHAT THIS MEANS SO PLEASE HELP.

    I WAS ABLE TO PLAY GAMES FINE UP UNTIL ABOUT 2 MONTHS AGO. I DID A SYSTEM RESTORE ON MY COMPUTER BECAUSE IT WAS RUNNING TO SLOW AND I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO PLAY ANY GAMES SINCE. I AM NOT SURE WHAT THIS MEANS SO PLEASE HELP.

    THE FOLLOWING IS INFORMATION ABOUT MY COMPUTER THAT MAY BE USEFUL

    SYSTEM:
    MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP
    HOME EDITION
    VERSION 2002
    SERVICE PACK 3

    MANUFACTURED AND SUPPORTED BY:
    eMACHINES T3516 INTEL (R)
    CELERON(R D CPU 3.20GHz
    PHYSICAL ADDRESS EXTENSION
     
  2. ekim68

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    Moving this to WinXP...
     
  3. keisharenee

    keisharenee Thread Starter

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    i am not sure what you mean
     
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