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Solved: About Second Life and video cards

Discussion in 'Games' started by biolearner, Apr 27, 2008.

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  1. biolearner

    biolearner Thread Starter

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    Hello Guys, Thanks for helping. I searched here last night and found one thread fro Feb. about this question. I didn't find my answer but felt encouraged that I might be able to solve my problem withou having to buy a new video graphics card.

    When I open Second Life, I get this message: Second Life is unable to run because your video card drivers are out of date or unsuported. Please make sure you have the latest video cartd drivers installed.

    My computer is a little over one year old. It came out with Windows Vista Home basic. After reading the thread from Feb. I wasn't sure if this is the 32 or 64 bit version. I looked in Help and found a description: Windows System 32

    More Info: Compaq Presario SR2150NX, Windows Vista, Intel Celeron D Processor, 356, ATI Radeon Express 1100 graphics card

    I have followed the link to catalyst drivers. I don't know which package is the correct one for me, Option 1, Option 2, or option 3 .
     
  2. tacoman359

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    You only need the display driver. The other downloads are usually just replacements for things that are already integrated into Vista, like screen resolution tools. Download it from here.
     
  3. biolearner

    biolearner Thread Starter

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    My Graphics problem is solved.
     
  4. tacoman359

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    Mark your thread solved and if you have any further questions feel free to post back.
     
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