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Graphic card acting wierd

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#1 hazeiio


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Posted 17 February 2012 - 03:42 PM

Hello everyone ..

So, this is my problem. I recently installed new, original Windows 7 to my computer. Everything worked perfectly. For some reason, yesterday while playing LoL, it crashed. I tried restarting it but it gave a message something like "last attempt of starting a game in openGL mode... ". So i tried opening it again, and it worked. Few minutes later, a tried opening Counter Strike, and immediately i got message "the specified video mode is not supported.." The selected mode was openGL. My graphic card is integrated intel's g31/33 express chipset 256MB. I know it's weak, but since i have other computers, i didn't need any stronger graphic card.

Furthermore, when i go to 3D options from graphic card i don't have any options under openGL menu.

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Dxdiag recognised the graphic card,

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i tried reinstalling the drivers, downloaded them directly from intel's web page. Problem is still the same.

Also i have seen a massive fps fall in all games i had been playing.

Any help would be appreciate. :)

Edit: Moved topic from Windows 7 to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

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