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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 12970 16-Apr-2007 19:41
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hey guys help would be greatly appreciated.

i have a dell xps M1210 with NVIDIA Geforce GO 7400 and a 1gb RAM. I just loaded up Rise Of Nations and it says "Graphics services failed to initialize. Please ensure that your graphics card is correctly installed and it is compatible with Rise Of Nations." the requirements have been met, that i knew how to check, but how will i konw if my graphics card isnt correctly installed??

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 68392 25-Apr-2007 04:37
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My name is Richard; I work for Dell's Online Community Outreach group here in Round Rock, Texas. I have played the game Rise of Nations and know that the video card in your portable should handle it just fine. You may just need to update the video drivers. You can go to this link download and install the video driver.

If this does not assist with playing the game, you may need to consult with the game developer for further requirements. These requirements may be Windows or DirectX updates. Good luck with you game!


Richard B
Dell Online Community Outreach

[Moderator edit (TH): Fixed longest link in the world. Oh the humanity!]

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