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Call of Duty 4 demo


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Right before the game launches I get an error message reading:

"Error during initialization
Video card or driver doesn't support UBYTE4N vertex data."

I close that and it then says this:

----- Initializing Renderer ----
----- Client Initialization Complete -----
Attempting 22 kHz 16 bit [Windows default] sound
----- R_Init -----
Getting Direct3D 9 interface...
Pixel shader version is 0.0
Vertex shader version is 0.0
Video card or driver doesn't accelerate transform and lighting.
Video card or driver doesn't support high-quality polygon offset.
Video card or driver doesn't support the required stencil operations.
Video card or driver doesn't support UBYTE4N vertex data.


Error during initialization:
Video card or driver doesn't support UBYTE4N vertex data.



What does this mean?
What do I need to do to fix it?
Were can I find what I need?
How much will it cost?


Thanks a million.
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charge06

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what is ur computer specs. I think it may be ur graphics card by the sound of it
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I'm not really sure. Hmmm, could you tell me how to check and see what my specs is?
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go to Start, then Run and enter dxdiag

On the first screen (system tab) it will list your operating system , processor, and memory, system manufacture and model. Next, click on the display tab, and it will give you information about your video card.

Alternately, you could run dxdiag and then click "save all information". save to your desktop and then attach file when replying to this post.
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her this is the file so could you plz help us with the problem.:)
:)



Thanx

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Well, from what this says you only have integrated graphics. I could not find this information on the official Call of Duty website, but this is what I found on another website:


“Required (min) Specs”

CPU: Intel® Pentium® 4 2.4 GHz or AMD® Athlon™ 64 2800+ processor or any 1.8Ghz Dual Core Processor or better supported
RAM: 512MB RAM (768MB for Windows Vista)
Harddrive: 8GB of free hard drive space
Video card (generic): NVIDIA® Geforce™ 6600 or better or ATI® Radeon® 9800Pro or better



So, at the very minimum, you'll need a GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon 9800 just run the game, if it's actually decently playable I don't know.

This is the recommended:

"Recommended Specs"

* CPU: 2.4 GHz dual core or better is recommended
* RAM: 1G for XP; 2G for Vista is recommended
* Harddrive: 8GB of free hard drive space
* Video card: 3.0 Shader Support recommended. Nvidia Geforce 7800 or better or ATI Radeon X1800 or better


If you can provide some information on your computer, if you know at all, a few of the members could make some suggestions on what to get.

Edited by ADNoland, 16 March 2009 - 02:29 PM.

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