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WINDOWS VIDEO GRAPHICS PROBLEM


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#1 vishalsignap

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Posted 11 April 2009 - 06:10 AM

I'm running Windows 7 (Build 7000) on an lenovo pc (Intel Pentium 4 - 2.8GHz, 2.00 GB RAM). my pc's actual graphics card is "Intel 82865G Graphics Controller" but windows 7 installs it as "standard VGA graphics card" which gives me a very bad video quality on all media players. howerver when i updated video graphics back to my "Intel 82865G Graphics Controller" & play any video or any desktop activity, computer hangs.

I keep having hard locks when using various software mostly involving video.

i tried changing carious 3d settings in opengl as well.

one thing i've noticed is windows 7 comes preloaded with direct3D (directx 11) but my graphics card is directx 9 . do u think theres a conflict ther?

Does anyone please help me out of this??

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#2 danr

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Posted 11 April 2009 - 12:44 PM

Have you tried the compatibility manager directly or via the trouble shooter?

If not run it and select the newest OS you know the video device worked with on that computer, it should correct the problem for you.




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