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directx 9.0 compatible graphics adapter for sims 2


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DarkHardy1223

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See i just got this game and i downloaded it without a problem. But when i tried to run it that message poped up that said that i need directx 9.0 compatible graphics adapter but i cant find it. Please somone help me :) :)
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where did you download it from.

Try http://www.systemreq...referrer/srtest
select the sims 2 and let it perform its tests. when it completes, it will present a summary screen of its findings.
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i bought the game. but i still cant find that DirectX thing.
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did you run the test? If so, please run it again. Look for items that fail.

also, if you go to start and enter dxdiag. If you click on the display tab, it will give you the name of your video card and some other information. At the bottom, there is a button to "save all information". Pay attention to where you save the file and attach it in your next reply.
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also, if you go to start and enter dxdiag



Ya missed a step there starjax :)

Go to Start then to Run
Type in dxdiag and then click enter

If you click on the display tab, it will give you the name of your video card and some other information. At the bottom, there is a button to "save all information". Pay attention to where you save the file and attach it in your next reply.


Edited by rshaffer61, 09 July 2009 - 07:02 AM.

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