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3DMark 2001 Error

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It_The_Cow

Senior Member
Joined
Apr 21, 2001
Location
Indiana
Whenever I try to run 3DMark 2001 with my 32mb DDR Radeon, I get a

"3DMark could not initialize your 3D accelerator.
Try to downgrade your display settings.

DirectX Error Message:
P_D3DVertexBufferManager: CreateVertexBuffer: D3DERR_OUTOFVIDEOMEMORY"

I've already tried downgrading the settings, but no go. I'm presuming that I've run out of video memory. What should I do? I'm currently using DirectX 8.0, a Radeon 32mb DDR at 2x AGP, Biostar M6TBA w/ 440BX, Petium III at 772 mhx (7.5*103), and 128mb generic RAM
 

Placid

Senior Member
Joined
Mar 13, 2001
Location
Connecticut
Check and make sure you have the most recent driver version for your video card.
If your not using dx 8.0a try that.
You could try asking the onionheads if that dosent help any.