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How to lower Hardware Acceleration?
Was just wondering how would I reduce hardware acceleration since there are no buttons and/or sliders in the DirectX Diagnostic tool.
Need it for an old game; NFS SE
The only way to get it work is if its on a FAT32 drive and the sound acceleration is turned to its lowest!
Its OK if there's not any way to do this, since I can just go over to XP to play!
And besides, I think there was no Hardware Acceleration control in Vista as well, right?
Thanks for your time!
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