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Old 06-22-2008, 06:39 PM   #1
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Well i tried to upload a game that I play. Here is what it says "Direct3D could not be correctly initialized. Sometimes this will be fixed by rebooting your machine. If it still occurs after a fresh reboot, you may need to reinstall DirectX." Well I have done that plenty of times. Any help?
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Blast1251: Did you ever figure this out?

I'm having the same issue with my new PC.

I play Star Wars Galaxies and up until two or three days ago was able to run two clients. Right now whenever I go into windowed mode with a single client up, when I make it go back to the big screen it crashes the game. If I have two clients up, I get the direct3d error. I'm able to then load the 2nd client but nothing is displayed properly, it is an invisible image but I'm able to type, move around etc. no problems.

I am not exactly sure what is causing it but if I drop it from 32bit to 16bit display I can get it to work with two clients but due to SWG's limitations I can't get it to work in windowed mode.

I've re-installed the drivers, even rolled them back and nothing seems to be resolving the issue. Does anyone know where I can check to see what might have gotten installed/updated a few days ago that could cause this strange behavior?
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