EDIT:: Using WindowsXP Pro.
Ok, I did probably what I shoudln't have done. My CPU was having
major problems so I tried to wipe it clean and start over. I did that just fine but it did more than I thought it would.
After I Wiped my CPU clean, I started to install all my programs I had on it previously but then something happened. It wouldn't Auto Start any of the games or programs. So I proceded to go into My Computer > Go into my CD/DVD Drive and try to click the setup file. But yet to no avail.
So then I copied a 10MB (cause it was small) game from my other CPU, and when I coppied all the files over, and clicked the game, I came with this error
So after that I decided to check something so I went to "Start > Run" then i typed "DXDIAG" and this is what I got (in summary)
The system is using the generic Video Driver (I'm using a NVIDEA graphic card that I bought). Direct3D functionality not available. No sound card was found (even though I have one cause I use to play games and other things with sound all the time ...)
That and with the other problems I stated above
Did I screw myself big time? or is there a way to fix this? I just wanted to ask before I spent the money to have someone look at it.
Thanks for all the help