Posted - 14/06/2006 : 03:47:06
| Hi all,
I´ve searched around the web and the forum about this game.
I didn´t thought this game would be a problem. As far as I know this game was released in 2003 and there are drivers for my card released this year.
My configuration is:
768Mb DDR 400
Mobo PCCHIPS 811
I´ve tried the folowing drivers:
AmigaMerlin 2.5 ( the one that i used to run Quake I/III )
I´ve also tried the 3D-Analyze and got always the same error:
"No 3D hardware was found on your system. This game requires 3D graphics accelerator to run."
Anything to try?
Any special configuration for the 3D-Analyze?
Any other driver that could work?
This games requires the following:
3-D Hardware Accelerator (32 MB VRAM) with full Transform and lighting
Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000/XP operating system
Pentium III 500MHz processor or Athlon processor
128 MB RAM
1.5 GB of uncompressed hard disk space for game files; plus an additional 200 MB for Windows swap file
100% Windows 98/ME/2000/XP-compatible computer system (including compatible 32-bit drivers for CD-ROM drive, video card, sound card and input devicces)
DirectX 9.0 (included)
100% DirectX 9.0-compatible 32 MB video card, sound card and drivers
100% Windows 98/ME/2000/XP-compatible gamepad (optional). (Game controller with 10 or more buttons and dual analog thumb sticks recommended.)
6x Speed CD-ROM drive (900 K/sec sustained transfer rate)
100% Microsoft - compatible mouse, keyboard
A 100% DirectX compliant 3-D video card is required X2 Wolverines Revenge uses DirectX 9.0 to support 3-D hardware acceleration. X2 Wolverines Revenge has been tested on many, but not all, of the major video cards incorporating the chipsets listed below.
Supported Chipsets For Hardware Acceleration
ATI Radeon 7200 and later
NVidia GeForce 256 and later
SIS Xabre 400
Thanks in advance,
3dfx gone but never forgotten.