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Video Diagnosis failed



I'm getting this message when I try to open MyDVD. I can't figure out if my system video is sufficient or not. The specs of my pc are as follows:


Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 519

Clock Speed 3.06 GHz

L2 Cache 1 MB

Front Side Bus 533 MHz

Architecture 90 nanometer


PowerSpec® 7110


Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Edition SP2


System Board



System Memory

1G DDR333 SDRAM 184-pin DIMM


Hard Drive

160GB SATA 7200 RPM



Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics GMA 900*



256-bit graphics core running at 400MHz

Up to 10.6 GB/sec memory bandwidth with DDR2 667 system memory

1.6 GPixels/sec and 1.6 GTexels/sec fill rate

2048x1536 at 75 Hz maximum resolution

Dynamic Display Modes for flat-panel, wide-screen and Digital TV support

High Performance 3D Specifications

Up to 4 pixels per clock rendering

Microsoft* DirectX* 9 Hardware Acceleration

Pixel Shader 2.0

Volumetric Textures

Shadow Maps

Microsoft* DirectX* 9 Vertex Shader 3.0 and Transform and Lighting supported in software through highly optimized Processor Specific Geometry Pipeline (PSGP)


I'll be bummed if I have to return the software.

Thanks for any help!

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It looks as if your graphics chipset can't run the proper direct 3d to be able to handle video rendering.


I found this report:


"...Intel Extreme Graphics 2 is an integrated (onboard) graphic chip with shared memory on Intel 852 / 855 GM, GME, GMV chipset for Centrino, Pentium 4 and Celeron based laptops. It is hardly suited for 3D-games. 3D Mark 05 does not start due to the lack of pixel shader support...."

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