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Call Of Duty 2 : Error during intilisation, graphics ard problem


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Computer Noob

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:tazz: HELP!!!! :)

I BOUGHT cALL OF DUTY 2 TODAY

Lots of problems i've seen about this game and this particular problem

'Video card or driver dosen't support alpha bending.'

Thats all i can say, as my name states, imquite the computer novice. i can do alot, but nothing 'advanced'.

Please give me any help you can
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jrm20

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I have helped out many people in your situation. You will need a new video card capable of playing call of duty 2.


What slot do you have on your motherboard for a video card?

Agp, pci or pci express?


If you dont know download everest and post a report on this forum.



Or goto http://www.cpuid.org download and install pc wizard, then post a report here or tell us what available slot you have for a video card.

Tell us your pc's speed and how much memory you have also.

Edited by jrm20, 14 December 2005 - 08:09 PM.

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hi,

im playing on a laptop, and i understand that video cards cannot be changed on a notebook :) , is this true?


as the help you have posted wont be of use, is my only hope to sell the game? or is there another way around this problem?

thank you :tazz:
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memory: 478mb ram

(video) approx. total memory: 64mb
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Hello!

Graphics cards in laptops can't be upgraded.

Edited by ZEUS_GB, 15 December 2005 - 09:57 AM.

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Your stuck with your laptops current video and it cannot be upgraded.

Get rid of the game or build a desktop gaming pc..
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