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3d acceleration doesn't work

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often when i try to play wow or somthing, it tells me there is a problem with the 3d acceleration and that i need to have directx9.0c .... thing is.... I DO!

i'm constantly getting problems with this [bleep] box and its so depressing, if anyone has seen my other threads, think something could be related here?

about 4 months back or so (can't remember exactly) i couldn't play any games cause as soon as I got into them (often as soon as i turned moniter on and it wasn't a moniter issue) my screen would go to millions of colours for a second then jsut go black and stay like that) so I took it too some computer people, think i got ripped off cause thery told me to buy a new GFX card and THEN told me there was a problem with my '3d' somthing (can't remember what)

does this help? i've got everest and can post screenies... but i forgot how to do that :whistling: so if someone could tell me how that'd be great

thanks again

ur help is trully appreciated
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Hi Plo,

Have you checked if Direct3D Acceleration is enabled through the DirectX Diagnostic Tool (Dxdiag)?

If so, then the problem may be driver-related. You may want to update your Driver.

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