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Fatal Error :no d3d drivers with hardware acceleration found

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Hi experts

i m having NoteBook with following configuration
IBM notebook Thinkpad 1.6 Intel Piv
256 MB Ram
Graphic Card Mobility ATI RADEON 7500 32 MB 400 MHZ

Widnows 2003 Server

When i m trying to play Project IGI game the following error is poping up

"Fatal Error: No D3D drivers with hardware acceleration found"

Thanks
Ahmer

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Windows 2K3 has graphics acceleration disabled on install and you need to enable this manually if you want to use the OS for gaming.

http://www.msfn.org/win2k3/hardwareacc.htm will talk you through it, basically you need to move from using your laptop as a server and make it behave like a workstation.  Once you've done that you've pretty much got an XP Pro system.
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