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Thread: Direct 3d games problems

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2003


    Hello all,
    thanks for viewing this thread
    my problems are this

    I have a geforce 3 ti200

    amd athlon xp 2.4 thouroughbred

    512mb of ddr memory 2700 (SAMSUNG)

    and 120 gig of hard disk space

    ASUS A7N8X motherboard

    when I run 3d mark......(uses d3d) when showing tests like 3 out of 17 tests are done ....well the problem is it doesnt show it

    the whole screen loads then shows the 3d tests like the car demo is running now fps mark no nothing (bencmark) and it does the same with other demos doesnt show nothing just 3d graphics and no fps mark or showing a screen stat before each test.

    same problem with max payne I cant see nothing when i start up the game and when im selecting in a menu theres nothing there.

    same with hitman 2 all white I cant see nothing but when it loaded up the 3d intro i could see that.

    d3d applications not functioning properly :(

    could it be to do with my motherboard?

    please someone help me fix this d3d problem thank you :)
    i dont know how to put my handwriting on here sorry :(

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2002


    I've run in the same problem lately (see my recently posted question). I don't know where I can get a new copy of Direct3D, but I'm hoping that downloading the new DirectX 9.0 from MS will help. I'll let you know if that clears it up.
    Owner of the computer "Alatar the Blue"

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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2003


    enable fog emulation , you won't see any textures without this enabled :cheers:

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