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I just installed EMC9 into my computer,, Dell 1505, dual core,,, 1G ram,, well inway when I try to use my text effects in stops this ialmrnt5 display driver, every time. It's driving me up a wall. My computer meets all the system requirements. CAN any body help me?

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I just installed EMC9 into my computer,, Dell 1505, dual core,,, 1G ram,, well inway when I try to use my text effects in stops this ialmrnt5 display driver, every time. It's driving me up a wall. My computer meets all the system requirements. CAN any body help me?

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I just installed EMC9 into my computer,, Dell 1505, dual core,,, 1G ram,, well inway when I try to use my text effects in stops this ialmrnt5 display driver, every time. It's driving me up a wall. My computer meets all the system requirements. CAN any body help me?

 

Do a google search on that driver and you will see that lots of people have problems with it and you may find a solution there.

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My computer meets all the system requirements. CAN any body help me?
Just so you are aware, most video chipsets on motherboards do not fully support DirectX 9. These chipsets are not suitable for video work. You might be able to use software rendering mode in Videowave or MyDVD 9.
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Thanks guys,, a few websites later and a dell update seems to have worked.

Boy was I wrong. Same old problems. Rendering in software works with the crashing problems but loose ability to use 3D stuff. I called Dell seems likethere is nothing I can do. And the chipset thingy is intergrated into the mother board. So I can't swith it out. My son told me I should of never bought the computer without him looking at what I was getting. Guess he was right, and life goes on. Is it possible to put another graphics card into laptops that have one already built into the motherboard?????

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