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Call of Duty 2 Direct X Error


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Heyy i have the same problem and ive tried it already like4 times..
ive got a Sony Vio noteboot wit a 915GM/GMS, 910GML chipset family
ive played wit a notebook before and it worked great.. jrm20 plz help
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Hello texen2 and welcome to G2G!

Call of Duty 2 doesn't support Intel integrated graphics cards so you won't be able to play it on your laptop.
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would i have to get a new graphics card?
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Unfortunately it's not possible to upgrade a graphics card on a laptop.
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well why wont it.... it should it did on my other laptop and its the same compony
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well why wont it.... it should it did on my other laptop and its the same compony

Do you mean you upgraded your graphics card on your other laptop?

The only thing I can think of is your other laptop had a integrated graphics card that was supported by the game
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no.. i had a laptop like this one and it worked on that one
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What were the specs for that laptop? or what was the model?
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i installed cod2 and the error DirectX® encountered an unrecoverable error" and opened up the direct x FAQ. I then downloaded the newest version of direct x...still the same error. I restarted my comp and when I try it again, it works..until I start a new game and it goes half way through loading and then crashes to the same error. I even downloaded the nvdia and the same error comes up. maybe it is my comp i have a sony vaio FE series Intel Centrino Duo Core

Please help im really angry

Edited by tj23000, 26 June 2006 - 10:36 PM.

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you could of started a new topic..
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daniel c can u help
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Have you the latest video drivers for you video card? try that if you havent and install them

Edited by daniel_c, 26 June 2006 - 11:01 PM.

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Mobile Intel 945GM Express Chipset Family
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when i try to install nvdia it says i dont have the latest drivers but this comp is only 2 months old
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i found your problem :whistling:......though its sad news for you.............. http://www.intel.com...b/CS-021400.htm an out line is
Red = Game does not operate or issues make game play difficult COD=Red

and a list of the problems y is here http://www.intel.com...b/CS-021832.htm
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