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sims2 display memory PLZ HELP!!!

Discussion in 'Games' started by blackrose888, Jan 20, 2007.

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  1. blackrose888

    blackrose888 Thread Starter

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    I bought Sims2 along time ago and last summer i bought Sims2Family Fum Stuff and it was working fine until i got Sims2Pets. it keeps saying that i need DirectX9.0c, and i looked and i have DirectX9.0c, and when i went on start, all programs, ea games, sims2, then easyinfo, and it said that display memory fail :mad: and i needed a display memory 32.0
    wat am i doing wrong:confused:
     
  2. Hayloe

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    Even though it says you have 9.0c a file might of gotten corrupt or you do not have the latest revision, I would recommend reinstalling directX

    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/directx/default.mspx

    and if that doesnt work for you, upgrade your graphics drivers.
     
  3. blackrose888

    blackrose888 Thread Starter

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    how do you reinstall it?
     
  4. blackrose888

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    thanks but how do you reinstall it?
     
  5. Hayloe

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    you just download and install, it will automatically overwrite the old files
     
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