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Mushe

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ok guys i have the same problem here
i am really stupid at fixing those probs and i also got this prob
with :

Error during initialization:
Video card or driver doesn't support separate alpha blend, glow will be disabled.

Now I WIll Give you guys ome information about my 3-D Graphic Card so i can hope you guys can help me out
with my big issue

I have a : Asus - Nvidia G-Force FX 5700 LE V9570 Gamer Edition 256Mb

What the [bleep] do i have to do
i am a retard so pls explain me step by step pls
hope you guys message me ASAP :)
Already Thnx For Your Concern
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rev_olie

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Hi,

Welcome to GeekstoGo :)

Please can you do the following for me:

  • On the Windows desktop, click START then click RUN
  • In the run command box type DxDiag and click OK
  • Now click Yes in the DirectX Diagnostic Tool dialog box
  • Once the diagnostic is complete, as indicated by the meter bar in the lower-left portion of the diagnostic tool, select the “Save All Information” button on the “System” tab
  • Save the file to your desktop
  • In your next reply click the Choose file button under where you type your reply
  • Find the report you just saved and click Open
  • Then click the green Upload button
If you don't have a Run box in your start menu:
  • Rick click the start button
  • Click Customise
  • Scroll down the list until you see an entry that says Run Command
  • Place a tick in the box next to it and click OK

Edited by rev_olie, 07 January 2010 - 06:46 PM.

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