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Zechs2002

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#1 14 years ago

When ever I open AVP I get a message that says "AVP2 Error: Couldn't set D3D Emulation mode. Shutting down AVP2..." If anyone knows how to fix this, please help.




Zechs2002

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#2 14 years ago

When I try to play a different game it was saying I do not have a video card installed and it also said I needed Open GL something. I was wondering where to get this stuff.




alien king

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#3 14 years ago

i think it might have something to do with directx or your video drivers




Zechs2002

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#4 14 years ago

Is there something I should do to the video card like reinstall it?




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#5 14 years ago

D3D stands for Direct 3D. It's a programing protocol for rendering 3D environments, like Open GL. What graphics card are you running? That error definitly sounds like some kind of driver issue. If you can, download the newest video drivers for your card, uninstall the drivers you currently have for it, and install the new ones.




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#6 14 years ago

OMG!!!!! Plzzz help! I have the exact same pob. D3d Emulation mode? I reinstalled Avp2 and my drivers but no help. I must play Avp2. It was working fine be4, but now i can no longer play. I am wasting away plzzz help before I lose all sanity of not being able to play!!!!!!!!!

Specs: AMD ATHLON XP:200+ 1.6 ghz PNY VERTO G-Force4 MX440 Graphics card ram?: dont know but its enough believe me Asus mb, dont know much bout it, but brand new and expensive, so still good




Zechs2002

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#7 14 years ago

I forgot about this place, but I have figured out the problem. I had called the place where I bought the computer and told them the driver cd wasn't working they gave me a new cd and the new cd fixed it. So just figure out if the video card is installed then reinstall it.