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Video Card Compatibility Problem

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I tried to play a new game yesterday, but when I try to launch it, all I get is a black screen, then it boots me out to Windows. I am worried that me NVidia TnT 2 Riva Model 64 is not compatible. I downloaded all the latest drivers and reinstalled DirectX, but no luck. Any help would be appreciated.
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It may be because your Graphic card is not using a driver that is certified by MS.  Try look for the certified drivers.  I suggest go to Nvidia site and look for the drivers there.  There's a possibility that you will find driver that is certified.  (I assumed that the latest driver that you downloaded is from the manufacturer site, get the driver for the chip directly from Nvidia might help)
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