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AOE3-GRAFIC PROBLEM


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dormage

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HEY
Im having problems with running age of empires r on my comp.
he grafic card is a bit old but it is compactible with the game
i have a radeo 9200 SE
whan i run the game the screen goes black and then the error box appeares saying that the graphic card is
too old and i should trz and upedate some drivers
but the funnz thing is that once i managed to run it
and it worked perfectly
then the next daz it started all over again
things i did:
reinstal the game
reinstal graphic card drivers
reinstald windows



help!!
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ZEUS_GB

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Hi,

Have you tried downloading and installing the latest drivers for your graphics card?
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i can seem to find them
lol
can zou link me to them please?????
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ZEUS_GB

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Click here > click Windows XP drivers and software > click Radeon > click Radeon 9200 Series > download the Catalyst Control Center Package (the Catalyst Control Center Package contains the drivers as well).

The software requires that you have Microsoft .NET 1.1 installed. If you don't have this then download and install it.
Remember to uninstall your existing drivers before installing the new ones.

Edited by ZEUS_GB, 02 November 2006 - 09:48 AM.

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