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NEED HELP WITH VIDEO CARD


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i have a compaq Presario SR1320NX with a SiS 760 Rev 00 chip what ever that means and i need to turn off the Anisotropic Filtering for my XFIRE in game IM i have tried under the advanced display options but can not find it any where i may have missed it but would some one please help me?!?!
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Right click on your desktop go to propertites go to settings click on advanced
What are the names on ALL the tabs that appear.
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Color Managment, SIS utility manager, general, adapter, moniter, and trouble shoot
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Now for the bad news
Calvin S: Welcome to HP Total Care for Desktops.
PeterM: Hi Calvin I need to know if I can turn off Anisotropic Filtering on my pc
Calvin S: Please provide me with more details of the issue.
PeterM: It is part of the video card
PeterM: It is to do with 3D
Calvin S: Peter, there is no such option for your video card.
PeterM: ok it must be hardwired I know that some cards can turn this off and some can't.
Calvin S: This is because it is integrated onto the motherboard.
Calvin S: Peter, this feature is done only on High end graphics card.
Calvin S: These cards are mainly meant for games.
Calvin S: Or for some special 3D applications used in contructions.

Edited by peterm, 04 February 2007 - 03:32 AM.

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