Re: Video Problem



Luis_Yoda
07-09-2005, 09:59 PM
Hello, I can't find a download for Direct 3D Hardware Acceleration.Error
message
(Direct 3D was unable to initalize)
Please advice, Thanks..
HP desktop PC Pavilion,
(2.08 GHz)
512 mb DDR SDRAM memory
120 GB Ultra DMA Hard Drive.
NVIDIA GeForce 4MX with 64MB DDR
Shared Video memory.
CD-RW Drive 48x24x48x max speed.
DVD-ROM Drive 16x max speed.
AMD Athlon XP Processor
XP Home SP2

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< Mi Vida >
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"driver1010us@nobody.com" wrote:

> Hi!!
>
> As I said in my previous message:I had to completely uninstall my
> video and monitor drivers and
> reinstall them. This solved the problem for me with both playing mpg's
> etc and DVD's.
> Hope this helps.
> Driver
>
>
> On Sat, 11 Dec 2004 01:37:02 -0800, Kaz
> <Kaz@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>
> >Hey,
> >Thanks for saying how to make the videos the right colour !!!! But now its
> >doing it with my DVD's so i went to tools/options/performance/advanced/DVD
> >Video/ then unchecked use overlays on dvd but it didnt work so if u find out
> >reply plz
> >thanks Kaz
> >
> >"driver1010us@nobody.com" wrote:
> >
> >> Hi,
> >> I'm not sure if this is the place to ask this or not.
> >> I recently upgraded to Direct X 9.0c and since then, I have been
> >> having video playback problems. It doesn't matter what player I'm
> >> using, the problems are there. If I play mpg's etc in WMP10, I have to
> >> go to tools/options/performance/advanced/video acceleration/ and then
> >> uncheck "use overlays" to get the videos viewable, otherwise the
> >> colors are washed out, with white being the major color. In order to
> >> get viewable videos in the other players, I have to set the hardware
> >> acceleration down to half in the display settings/advanced.
> >> But, I can't use ANY settings to get viewable DVD's in any player that
> >> I have ie, WMP10, Interactual or WinDVD. I've tried updating the
> >> WinDVD player in order to update the codec to play DVD's with no luck.
> >> I've gone through all of the video testing in Direct X and Windows
> >> troubleshooting, no help. The testing in Direct X shows that
> >> everything is all right. I have a couple of 3d intense video games,
> >> and they play with no problem. I have had no problems using Direct X
> >> 9.0b. I have a HP 1.8ghz desktop 512Mg memory, with 32mg's for memory,
> >> I am using WinXP home, SP2. I have a s-3 video card on the mainboard.
> >> All of the drivers are up to date. I have rolled back the video
> >> drivers with no change. I have scanned for viruses, adware, malware,
> >> shareware <G> etc. The system is clean.
> >> Now for a question. I know that direct x is a part of the system, but
> >> is there any way to roll back to 9.0b? As far as system restore goes,
> >> my restore points don't go back to when I upgraded to 9.0c. I was
> >> thinking if I could go back to 9.0b, I would be all right.
> >> Thanks!
> >> Driver
> >>
>
>

Graham Hughes
07-09-2005, 09:59 PM
Try updating the graphics card drivers and ensure directx is up to date.

--
Graham Hughes
MVP Digital Media
www.myvideoproblems.co.uk
www.dvds2treasure.com
www.simplydv.com


"Luis_Yoda" <LuisYoda@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:EC9B2B57-58F4-49F6-8B6E-E2818545D366@microsoft.com...
> Hello, I can't find a download for Direct 3D Hardware Acceleration.Error
> message
> (Direct 3D was unable to initalize)
> Please advice, Thanks..
> HP desktop PC Pavilion,
> (2.08 GHz)
> 512 mb DDR SDRAM memory
> 120 GB Ultra DMA Hard Drive.
> NVIDIA GeForce 4MX with 64MB DDR
> Shared Video memory.
> CD-RW Drive 48x24x48x max speed.
> DVD-ROM Drive 16x max speed.
> AMD Athlon XP Processor
> XP Home SP2
>
> --
> < Mi Vida >
> ............................................................................................
>
>
> "driver1010us@nobody.com" wrote:
>
>> Hi!!
>>
>> As I said in my previous message:I had to completely uninstall my
>> video and monitor drivers and
>> reinstall them. This solved the problem for me with both playing mpg's
>> etc and DVD's.
>> Hope this helps.
>> Driver
>>
>>
>> On Sat, 11 Dec 2004 01:37:02 -0800, Kaz
>> <Kaz@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>
>> >Hey,
>> >Thanks for saying how to make the videos the right colour !!!! But now
>> >its
>> >doing it with my DVD's so i went to
>> >tools/options/performance/advanced/DVD
>> >Video/ then unchecked use overlays on dvd but it didnt work so if u find
>> >out
>> >reply plz
>> >thanks Kaz
>> >
>> >"driver1010us@nobody.com" wrote:
>> >
>> >> Hi,
>> >> I'm not sure if this is the place to ask this or not.
>> >> I recently upgraded to Direct X 9.0c and since then, I have been
>> >> having video playback problems. It doesn't matter what player I'm
>> >> using, the problems are there. If I play mpg's etc in WMP10, I have to
>> >> go to tools/options/performance/advanced/video acceleration/ and then
>> >> uncheck "use overlays" to get the videos viewable, otherwise the
>> >> colors are washed out, with white being the major color. In order to
>> >> get viewable videos in the other players, I have to set the hardware
>> >> acceleration down to half in the display settings/advanced.
>> >> But, I can't use ANY settings to get viewable DVD's in any player that
>> >> I have ie, WMP10, Interactual or WinDVD. I've tried updating the
>> >> WinDVD player in order to update the codec to play DVD's with no luck.
>> >> I've gone through all of the video testing in Direct X and Windows
>> >> troubleshooting, no help. The testing in Direct X shows that
>> >> everything is all right. I have a couple of 3d intense video games,
>> >> and they play with no problem. I have had no problems using Direct X
>> >> 9.0b. I have a HP 1.8ghz desktop 512Mg memory, with 32mg's for memory,
>> >> I am using WinXP home, SP2. I have a s-3 video card on the mainboard.
>> >> All of the drivers are up to date. I have rolled back the video
>> >> drivers with no change. I have scanned for viruses, adware, malware,
>> >> shareware <G> etc. The system is clean.
>> >> Now for a question. I know that direct x is a part of the system, but
>> >> is there any way to roll back to 9.0b? As far as system restore goes,
>> >> my restore points don't go back to when I upgraded to 9.0c. I was
>> >> thinking if I could go back to 9.0b, I would be all right.
>> >> Thanks!
>> >> Driver
>> >>
>>
>>

Luis_Yoda
07-09-2005, 09:59 PM
--
< Mi Vida >


"Graham Hughes" wrote:

> Try updating the graphics card drivers and ensure directx is up to date.
>
> --
> Graham Hughes
> MVP Digital Media
> www.myvideoproblems.co.uk
> www.dvds2treasure.com
> www.simplydv.com
>
>
> "Luis_Yoda" <LuisYoda@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:EC9B2B57-58F4-49F6-8B6E-E2818545D366@microsoft.com...
> > Hello, I can't find a download for Direct 3D Hardware Acceleration.Error
> > message
> > (Direct 3D was unable to initalize)
> > Please advice, Thanks..
> > HP desktop PC Pavilion,
> > (2.08 GHz)
> > 512 mb DDR SDRAM memory
> > 120 GB Ultra DMA Hard Drive.
> > NVIDIA GeForce 4MX with 64MB DDR
> > Shared Video memory.
> > CD-RW Drive 48x24x48x max speed.
> > DVD-ROM Drive 16x max speed.
> > AMD Athlon XP Processor
> > XP Home SP2
> >
> > --
> > < Mi Vida >
> > ............................................................................................
> >
> >
> > "driver1010us@nobody.com" wrote:
> >
> >> Hi!!
> >>
> >> As I said in my previous message:I had to completely uninstall my
> >> video and monitor drivers and
> >> reinstall them. This solved the problem for me with both playing mpg's
> >> etc and DVD's.
> >> Hope this helps.
> >> Driver
> >>
> >>
> >> On Sat, 11 Dec 2004 01:37:02 -0800, Kaz
> >> <Kaz@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> >Hey,
> >> >Thanks for saying how to make the videos the right colour !!!! But now
> >> >its
> >> >doing it with my DVD's so i went to
> >> >tools/options/performance/advanced/DVD
> >> >Video/ then unchecked use overlays on dvd but it didnt work so if u find
> >> >out
> >> >reply plz
> >> >thanks Kaz
> >> >
> >> >"driver1010us@nobody.com" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> Hi,
> >> >> I'm not sure if this is the place to ask this or not.
> >> >> I recently upgraded to Direct X 9.0c and since then, I have been
> >> >> having video playback problems. It doesn't matter what player I'm
> >> >> using, the problems are there. If I play mpg's etc in WMP10, I have to
> >> >> go to tools/options/performance/advanced/video acceleration/ and then
> >> >> uncheck "use overlays" to get the videos viewable, otherwise the
> >> >> colors are washed out, with white being the major color. In order to
> >> >> get viewable videos in the other players, I have to set the hardware
> >> >> acceleration down to half in the display settings/advanced.
> >> >> But, I can't use ANY settings to get viewable DVD's in any player that
> >> >> I have ie, WMP10, Interactual or WinDVD. I've tried updating the
> >> >> WinDVD player in order to update the codec to play DVD's with no luck.
> >> >> I've gone through all of the video testing in Direct X and Windows
> >> >> troubleshooting, no help. The testing in Direct X shows that
> >> >> everything is all right. I have a couple of 3d intense video games,
> >> >> and they play with no problem. I have had no problems using Direct X
> >> >> 9.0b. I have a HP 1.8ghz desktop 512Mg memory, with 32mg's for memory,
> >> >> I am using WinXP home, SP2. I have a s-3 video card on the mainboard.
> >> >> All of the drivers are up to date. I have rolled back the video
> >> >> drivers with no change. I have scanned for viruses, adware, malware,
> >> >> shareware <G> etc. The system is clean.
> >> >> Now for a question. I know that direct x is a part of the system, but
> >> >> is there any way to roll back to 9.0b? As far as system restore goes,
> >> >> my restore points don't go back to when I upgraded to 9.0c. I was
> >> >> thinking if I could go back to 9.0b, I would be all right.
> >> >> Thanks!
> >> >> Driver
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>

Luis_Yoda
07-09-2005, 09:59 PM
--
< Mi Vida >


"Graham Hughes" wrote:

> Try updating the graphics card drivers and ensure directx is up to date.
>
> --
> Graham Hughes
> MVP Digital Media
> www.myvideoproblems.co.uk
> www.dvds2treasure.com
> www.simplydv.com
>
>
> "Luis_Yoda" <LuisYoda@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:EC9B2B57-58F4-49F6-8B6E-E2818545D366@microsoft.com...
> > Hello, I can't find a download for Direct 3D Hardware Acceleration.Error
> > message
> > (Direct 3D was unable to initalize)
> > Please advice, Thanks..
> > HP desktop PC Pavilion,
> > (2.08 GHz)
> > 512 mb DDR SDRAM memory
> > 120 GB Ultra DMA Hard Drive.
> > NVIDIA GeForce 4MX with 64MB DDR
> > Shared Video memory.
> > CD-RW Drive 48x24x48x max speed.
> > DVD-ROM Drive 16x max speed.
> > AMD Athlon XP Processor
> > XP Home SP2
> >
> > --
> > < Mi Vida >
> > ............................................................................................
> >
> >
> > "driver1010us@nobody.com" wrote:
> >
> >> Hi!!
> >>
> >> As I said in my previous message:I had to completely uninstall my
> >> video and monitor drivers and
> >> reinstall them. This solved the problem for me with both playing mpg's
> >> etc and DVD's.
> >> Hope this helps.
> >> Driver
> >>
> >>
> >> On Sat, 11 Dec 2004 01:37:02 -0800, Kaz
> >> <Kaz@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> >Hey,
> >> >Thanks for saying how to make the videos the right colour !!!! But now
> >> >its
> >> >doing it with my DVD's so i went to
> >> >tools/options/performance/advanced/DVD
> >> >Video/ then unchecked use overlays on dvd but it didnt work so if u find
> >> >out
> >> >reply plz
> >> >thanks Kaz
> >> >
> >> >"driver1010us@nobody.com" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> Hi,
> >> >> I'm not sure if this is the place to ask this or not.
> >> >> I recently upgraded to Direct X 9.0c and since then, I have been
> >> >> having video playback problems. It doesn't matter what player I'm
> >> >> using, the problems are there. If I play mpg's etc in WMP10, I have to
> >> >> go to tools/options/performance/advanced/video acceleration/ and then
> >> >> uncheck "use overlays" to get the videos viewable, otherwise the
> >> >> colors are washed out, with white being the major color. In order to
> >> >> get viewable videos in the other players, I have to set the hardware
> >> >> acceleration down to half in the display settings/advanced.
> >> >> But, I can't use ANY settings to get viewable DVD's in any player that
> >> >> I have ie, WMP10, Interactual or WinDVD. I've tried updating the
> >> >> WinDVD player in order to update the codec to play DVD's with no luck.
> >> >> I've gone through all of the video testing in Direct X and Windows
> >> >> troubleshooting, no help. The testing in Direct X shows that
> >> >> everything is all right. I have a couple of 3d intense video games,
> >> >> and they play with no problem. I have had no problems using Direct X
> >> >> 9.0b. I have a HP 1.8ghz desktop 512Mg memory, with 32mg's for memory,
> >> >> I am using WinXP home, SP2. I have a s-3 video card on the mainboard.
> >> >> All of the drivers are up to date. I have rolled back the video
> >> >> drivers with no change. I have scanned for viruses, adware, malware,
> >> >> shareware <G> etc. The system is clean.
> >> >> Now for a question. I know that direct x is a part of the system, but
> >> >> is there any way to roll back to 9.0b? As far as system restore goes,
> >> >> my restore points don't go back to when I upgraded to 9.0c. I was
> >> >> thinking if I could go back to 9.0b, I would be all right.
> >> >> Thanks!
> >> >> Driver
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
> Hello,and thanks for the reply.I have found the drivers needed at: http://www.nvidia.com/object/wdm_geforce2-fx_2.26.html..and: http://www.nvidia.com/nforce_5.10_winxp2k_whol_english.exe.
Hope this helps.
Regrads,
Luis.


Re: Video Problem