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I went to the call of duty web sight and dowloaded the CoD 2 pre game demo, i got it installed and when i go to start the game up i get an error message that says

Error durring initialization:
No valid rendering code path detected

whats that supposed to mean? plz help :tazz:
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Hi helphelphelp!

What video card do you have installed on your system. What is the speed of your processor and how much ram do you have (Right click MY COMPUTER and select PROPERTIES, it will tell you this information under the GENERAL tab)? What version of Windows do you have installed (XP, 98, 2000)? What version of directX do you have (START-->RUN and type in dxdiag).

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all it says under general is the type: location: size: size on disk: contains:
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You right clicked on the MY COMPUTER icon itself?

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yup
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Okay, download everest from the link in my signature, install it and run it and post as an ATTACHMENT the report it creates after you run a system scan.

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Also, go in the CONTROL PANEL and double-click on the SYSTEM icon and tell me if it shows what version of windows you have, your amount of ram and your processor speed under the GENERAL tab.

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Edited by Fenor, 21 October 2005 - 08:07 PM.

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1 is the controll panel the bar at the bottom of the desktop? and 2 what does the system icon look like?
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Click START-->CONTROL PANEL or START-->SETTINGS-->CONTROL PANEL to get into the control panel. The System Icon will say the word 'System' under it.

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ok im there now what?
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DOUBLE-CLICK on the SYSTEM icon.

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yup i did
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And what does it say beneath the System and Computer headings in the GENERAL tab?

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alot of stuff what exactly are you looking for?
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Type in a reply everything you see that is listed on the GENERAL Tab.

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