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Old 03-27-2007, 03:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Turning off your Hardware Acceleration.

I have the newest NVidia driver's. But in the display option's it has the place to turn off your Hardware Acceleration blacked out. Anyway to go around this or fix it?
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why would you do that?
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Default Re: Turning off your Hardware Acceleration.

What video card are you running? I have the 7900gt and I am able to do this system wide from the desktop. If you are unable to do it there, have you tried in a specific piece of software, like a game?

This website gives you the steps of how to turn it off.

Turn Off Hardware Acceleration to Improve Video Quality
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