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libicuin.dll and hardware accelerator

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#1 rajajava


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Posted 22 August 2011 - 09:11 AM

I just installed windows 7 home premium on my desktop. All my games are slow, cannot drag and drop, a window comes up that says my hardware accelerator is not turned on or my video card is not supported. What do I do?

Also, I use Safari 5, I downloaded the program and it worked fine yesterday, today, it says it cannot connect because part of the program is missing. It tells me to resinstall libicuin.ddl. Again I do not have a clue. What do I do?

I am in Ghana West Africa, and if anyone wants to come here and fix this damn thing, you will have a place to sleep, and all the fufu you can eat.

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Posted 22 August 2011 - 11:58 AM

libicuin.dllseems to be an Apple file.
Did you try to reinstall Safari?

hardware accelerator is not turned on or my video card is not supported

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