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Call Of Duty 2 Direct x error


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bigdc

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Hi All

I Have been trying to play Call of duty 2 on my laptop but when it loads i keep getting a Direct x error.
I have loaded all the latest drivers for my graphics card and also downloaded the direct x 9.0c and gone into the configeration settings and made sure that everything is as it should be but still getting the same error message.
the graphics card is only a intergrated 128mb mobile intel 915gm chipset, which should be fine according to the box but no will not load.
can any one please help :tazz:

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Hello bigdc and welcome to G2G!

Unfortunately Intel integrated graphics isn't capable of running Call of Duty2.
Even if it was capable the game doesn't support it anyway.
The only thing you can do is play it on another PC.

Edited by ZEUS_GB, 19 January 2006 - 03:52 AM.

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Thanks for that ZEUB GB

It is not the answer that I was hoping for but it is what i thought would be.

Thanks again

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Your welcome and sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
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