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my comp says 'video and drivers does'nt support alpha blending'
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see this thread for more information:

http://www.geekstogo...ecs-t82284.html
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how wil i run this and what is this alpha blending.
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how wil i run this and what is this alpha blending. :whistling: java script:emoticon(':blink:', 'smid_8')
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you click the link, read the information, follow the links listed in that topic. Alpa blending is a direct x feature support by newer video cards. do you have an add on video card or are you using the intergrated video?

go here: http://www.systemreq..._option_id=2238
click on "can you run it".

This will examine your system and tell you what you need to do. Under "video card" it should tell you what video you are running. This is the info we need.
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