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XP and Win2K graphic rendering

Posted on 2006-11-28
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Hi experts,
Could you explain what is the difference between XP and Win2K graphic rendering?
I asked this question because my program paint a form with a huge tableLayoutPanel Control in split seconds in XP but more than 2 minutes in Windows 2000!
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Superficially, it sounds like the XP box has a video card doing it in the hardware while the 2K box is doing it in the software.

Different video cards?
XP with DirectX and 2K not?
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Hi cookre,

Thanks for responding, all the PC has same configuration. It's not the hardware issue.

More details:
A module of software was developed in XP. What it does is read some data from the database do some processing and paint a form with a huge tableLayoutPanel Control. In this PC, the whole process is done in less than a second.
Now, this piece of code paints slightly slower after integrated into mine.
And it is extremely slow after published and running on a client PC (W2K).

I need some advice on how I can troubleshoot this kind of a problem.

regards
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Same versions of DirectX?
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I will verify.
regards
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Sorry for the delay. The DirectX are the same version.
This problem was ignored as there are other priority to take care of.
My apology.
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