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Alpha bending for call of duty 2

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ok so i installed COD2 and when i clicked to start up the game it said error video card or driver doesnt support alpha bending. im new at this but my video card is SiS 651_661FX_741_760_760GX_M661FX_M661MX_M741_M760_M760GX" and so yea. I did this Nzone thing bfore i bought the game and it said my computer was able to run the game on minimum requirements and almost to the recommended. So im stuck and i need help figuring out what i should do.
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Your graphics card doesn't support features that are required by the game engine, and will be unable to run the game.

The only solution that will allow Call of Duty 2 to run would be to purchase a graphics card that does support the required features.

ATI® Radeon® 8500
ATI® Radeon® 9000
ATI® Radeon® 9200
ATI® Radeon® 9500
ATI® Radeon® 9600
ATI® Radeon® 9700
ATI® Radeon® 9800
ATI® Radeon® X300
ATI® Radeon® X550
ATI® Radeon® X600
ATI® Radeon® X700
ATI® Radeon® X800
ATI® Radeon® X850
nVidia® GeForce™2 Ultra
All nVidia® GeForce™ 3/Ti Series
All nVidia® GeForce™ 4/Ti Series
All nVidia® GeForce™ FX Series
All nVidia® GeForce™ 6 Series
Recommended nVidia® GeForce™ 7 Series or higher

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