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When playing a slideshow in PowerPoint 2010, I get the following error "Powerpoint has detected that your graphics card may not be configured porpoerly for an optimal slide show experience". After I select ok, the next few slides load very slow. Any suggestions?

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Have you tried clicking Learn More? I'd bet it steers you to a page that discusses changing Hardware Acceleration and starting in Safe Mode as a test, etc, which are what I'd suggest trying as initial troubleshooting steps.
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Hi Echo_S

Thank  you for your suggestion, to solve this problem, I updated the graphic driver from the manufacturer's website.
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This solution fixed my problem.
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