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By hieple12 ·
hello!!how do i know if i help a 3d acceleration card or not ?Is there another name for 3d acceleration(shortcut).thanks

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by ghimpe-- In reply to 3d

"how do i know if i help a 3d acceleration card"

Do you mean if you "have" a 3D card??

Download Everest (a small program) that will help you identify you PC components.

Download link: http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html

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i don't know why my internet explores can't direct the web you give above to me, or any web site that have the link i click on .it won't search and the address is blank ?please help

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by TheChas In reply to 3d

There is no little button that will tell you if you have a 3D accelerator or not.

Let us know what graphics card you have, and we can verify if it does support 3D.

The DirectX diagnostic test will let you know if your graphics card supports 3D acceleration.

From the run box on the start menu, run dxdiag
Step through the 3D tests to verify that your graphics card supports 3D.

Chas

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by TheChas In reply to 3d

There is no little button that will tell you if you have a 3D accelerator or not.

Let us know what graphics card you have, and we can verify if it does support 3D.

The DirectX diagnostic test will let you know if your graphics card supports 3D acceleration.

From the run box on the start menu, run dxdiag
Step through the 3D tests to verify that your graphics card supports 3D.

Chas

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by Black Panther In reply to 3d

Usually you will see it when your computer boots up ie NVIDIA 128MB etc etc will flash up - otherwise you can check in the Device Manager and you can also run dxdiag from the command line!

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by willcomp In reply to 3d

Chas is correct. Dxdiag will verify 3D support.

Video adapters, whether stand-alone or integrated into chipset, manufactured in the last several years support basic 3D graphics. Whether they will support 3D games is another question and is dependent upon specific game and adapter.

Dalton

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