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The program doesnt recognize minecraft at all.

 

everything i read doesnt give a reason as to why not?

 

or a fix for it?

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The program doesnt recognize minecraft at all.

 

everything i read doesnt give a reason as to why not?

 

or a fix for it?

 

There are several YouTube videos that show that it does work. Here is one of many. I'm not sure what it is supposed to look like so I can't comment on that.

 

Here are some Kb articles on the program. I think that the fist one -hardware acceleration may be the answer.

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There are several YouTube videos that show that it does work. Here is one of many. I'm not sure what it is supposed to look like so I can't comment on that.

 

Here are some Kb articles on the program. I think that the fist one -hardware acceleration may be the answer.

 

i went through all of those steps before i posted up because ive seen you copy paste them onto others posts.

 

when i hit f6 absolutely nothing happens in minecraft.

 

as far as i can tell im not running any game accelerator programs.....minecraft is a 16bit graphic game and ive laid a texture pack over it. very similiar texture pack to the one in the youtube video you posted above.

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i went through all of those steps before i posted up because ive seen you copy paste them onto others posts.

 

when i hit f6 absolutely nothing happens in minecraft.

 

as far as i can tell im not running any game accelerator programs.....minecraft is a 16bit graphic game and ive laid a texture pack over it. very similiar texture pack to the one in the youtube video you posted above.

 

Video Acceleration would be related to your video card or WMP. I looked and there is no specific information on how to turn off video acceleration. I have a card similar to your but I'm not a gamer. The only one I have is "Duke Nukem". I don't intend to do any capture of that.

 

You have a good, fast computer so that should not be an issue.

 

Have you tried -

  1. Update Microsoft DirectX. Instructions from Microsoft HERE. Direct X helps assist with audio and video components of Roxio products. (Note: Games may use higher designation DirectX but Roxio needs 9c.)
  2. Update to the latest version of Windows Media Player HERE. Windows Media Player helps assist with audio and video components of Roxio products.
  3. Update MSXML 4?

I'm sure one of our other frequent posters has an idea about video acceleration or some other suggestions.

 

Sometimes if nothing else works, an uninstall and reinstall using these guidelines will fix the problem. I'm sure you followed all or most of them.

 

 

 

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