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 3DFX Voodoo 5 5500 work with DirectX 9c?
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Posted - 20/11/2004 :  17:06:14  Show Profile  Visit showoff's Homepage  Send showoff an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Sorry if this has already been answered. But I recently got Need For Speed Underground 2 and it uses DirectX 9c. I have a Voodoo 55500 AGP and I don't know which drivers to use with the card to make it compatible with DirectX 9c. What do you guys recommend? I'm running Windows XP.

The biggest reason why I posted this topic was because I can't even get Need For Speed Underground 2 to launch. It works when I put my older Nvidia MX 440 in the computer. But the game won't launch when the Voodoo card is in.

Edited by - showoff on 20/11/2004 17:32:33


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Posted - 20/11/2004 :  17:41:06  Show Profile  Visit Voodoo5's Homepage  Reply with Quote

1) I dont believe this game works correctly (yet ?) with A voodoo 5 on Windows XP/2000, Windows 98 only at the moment.

2)Best driver for a 5500 on XP/2000 would be Amigamerlin 3.1 R1 with out a doubt
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Posted - 20/11/2004 :  17:41:19  Show Profile  Visit Nightbird's Homepage  Send Nightbird a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Well, no possible for now.
and even under Win9x (this is different from NFSU 1).


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Edited by - Nightbird on 20/11/2004 17:42:28
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Posted - 20/11/2004 :  18:48:17  Show Profile  Visit Voodoo5's Homepage  Reply with Quote
My mistake, I new it worked with the original and assumed the same for 2.
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