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COD 2 ALPHA BLENDING


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alpha_blending_is_stupid

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i know i know i know i know 100's of people have had this problem and i have read all the anwsers that the people have given them..but i want a way that is free so i can play call of duty 2....everytime i try to start it is driver or videocard does not except alpha blending......and i am not a genius at all when it comes to computers so i have no idea what to do :tazz: ....and i already have the belarc advisor...... plz plz plz help me!!!!!
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If you have the intel integrated there is no way around it. Do you have the intel integrated graphics??

If so there is no way around it like I said. That integrated video is not meant for games like cod2 and it never will work.

You will have to buy a new video card. If you only knew hardware you would understand more. The intel built in video is not for games at all really, just for web and school/business use....

Next time read the system requirements on the back of the box, pc's are not like consoles "ps2, xbox, ect". They are all different with so many choices of video cards and parts....
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