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PCi Express Card and EMC10

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I just built a new computer and it has PCi Express built on the motherboard - ATI Radeon HD 4200. When I try to start up either DVD Express or MyDVD, I get a message that it has insufficient graphics capabilities and may not fully support DirectX 9.0. Even after downloading and installing the latest DirectX 9 patches, etc. from Microsoft, I still get the message. Is there a solution short of buying a graphics card?

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I just built a new computer and it has PCi Express built on the motherboard - ATI Radeon HD 4200. When I try to start up either DVD Express or MyDVD, I get a message that it has insufficient graphics capabilities and may not fully support DirectX 9.0. Even after downloading and installing the latest DirectX 9 patches, etc. from Microsoft, I still get the message. Is there a solution short of buying a graphics card?

 

 

Your Radeon HD 4200 is an onboard (shared Memory) graphics chip..

 

It has Microsoft® DirectX® 10.1 support.

 

Have you updated to new drivers from the ATI site?

 

I received the same error installing C2010 the first two times and I have a dedicated ATI 4850 HD Video Card.

 

New ATI drivers solved the problem for me...

 

Is this the error you see?

 

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That is the error message I am receiving.

 

When I go to the ATI site, I receive a "Service Unavailable. The requested service is temporarily unavailable. It is either overloaded or under maintenance. Please try later." Going in to the site by a different route, the message is that the servers are down for maintenance, so I guess I'll try later.

 

Thanks for the response.

 

 

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Finally got to the ATI site on Monday, downloaded the latest and greatest drivers, and voila! It worked. At least up to the point where it told me I needed to validate mpeg-2. Went on a quest to find that answer, did a complete clean install of EMC 10 and now everything works. I've even been able to burn a DVD.

 

Thanks much for the help.

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