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muvee Reveal with a Dell Inspiron 6000

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#1 ibrahimalmax


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Posted 17 September 2009 - 01:00 PM

i need help with this software.....
when i install it gives me this message:
((The muvee Reveal installer has detected that your system's graphics card (Mobile Intel® 915GM/GMS,910GML Express Chipset Family) cannot support muvee Reveal. In order to run muvee Reveal, your graphics card must support OpenGL 1.4 and have at least 64MB of VRAM))

I have dell....inspiron 6000

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#2 SwiftHawk


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Posted 06 November 2009 - 02:00 AM


This issue is caused by 3 ways, frist one being the most common, last one the least.

1 - Your Chipset has Shared Memory and does not currently have 64Meg.

2 - Your Video Card Drivers are out of date and your software is not picking them up and/or your drivers do not support OpenGL 1.4

3 - Muvee Reveal currently doesn't support your device and thus, does not run on your PC.

The Answer? Possiably look at upgrading to a dedicated video card such a ATI or Nvidia card. Before buying a card, make sure of your slots availiable. Such as PCI,AGP,PCI-E as well as your power supply as some cards might need you to upgrade your Power Supply to a higher Voltage.

Hope this helps,

#3 Vaerli


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Posted 09 November 2009 - 02:13 PM

Your computer probably just can't handle it. Its a laptop, and hard to upgrade. From the specs below(according to wikipedia), you would have a rough time running the software with even the best of the Inspiron 6000 line. I'm pretty sure its just never going to run on that computer, or if it does, it'll be extremely slow.

* Processors: Intel Celeron M 350, 360, or 370 or Intel Pentium M 715A, 725A, 730, 740, 750, 760, or 770.
* Memory: 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, or 2 GB of DDR2 SDRAM @ 533 MHz.
* Chipset: Intel 915GM or 915PM Express Chipset.
* Graphics Processor: integrated Intel GMA 900 graphics, or ATI Mobility Radeon X300.
* LCD Display: 15.4" widescreen with 1280 × 800 resolution, 17" widescreen with 1680 × 1050 resolution, or 17" widescreen with 1920 × 1200 resolution.
* Hard Drive: 40 GB Ultra ATA @ 5400 RPM.
* Optical Drive: 8X tray-load DVD+/-RW drive, 8X tray-load dual-layer DVD+/-RW .
* Battery: 6-cell (56 Whr), or 9-cell (85 Whr) Lithium Ion battery.
* Wi-Fi Card: Dell Wireless 1390 802.11b/g mini-card or Intel Pro/Wireless 2100 802.11b/g mini-card.
* I/O Ports: 1 Fast Ethernet port, 1 56K modem, 6 USB ports, 1 Firewire 400 port, 1 5-in-1 memory card reader, 1 Express Card slot, 1 VGA output, 1 S-Video port, 1 DVI output, 1 headphone jack, 1 microphone jack, and 1 power adapter port.

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