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The integrated graphics problem !

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The integrated graphics problem !

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Hello my name is jason and ive got this problem : 
DirectX device creation error

Failed creating D3D device of at least version 10.0 on adapter
"Intel(R) HD Graphics" with driver "unknown". Error is
DXGI_ERROR_UNSUPPORTED ("The requested functionality is not
supported by the device or driver.")

By the way i have laptop Asus n73 with Geforce GT 425m on it and its still using integrated graphic card !
Can someboddy please Help ill pe prtty thank-full :D

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The problem was a long time ago but has since been resolved. Please note that this problem occurred while Battlefield 4 was in Beta.

 

A problem with Windows and how laptop handles i-GPU [Intel HD Graphics] and discrete GPU [NVIDIA GeForce GT425m], it actually outright disabled my NVIDIA GPU for some reason. (That, and my laptop had a first gen. of Intel CPUs [i5-430M].)

 

More information on how I fixed it - See Here. (I fixed the problem like this after updating the drivers (strongly recommended), also I had Windows 7 at the time.)

 

When you install Battlefield 4 via Origin, it will install DirectX automatically (since it's included as redist. package with Battlefield 4).

 

Make sure that your device drivers are up-to-date -

 

P.S. - Intel i-GPUs are not supported, but newer generation (after 2015) will probably work.

 

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The problem was a long time ago but has since been resolved. Please note that this problem occurred while Battlefield 4 was in Beta.

 

A problem with Windows and how laptop handles i-GPU [Intel HD Graphics] and discrete GPU [NVIDIA GeForce GT425m], it actually outright disabled my NVIDIA GPU for some reason. (That, and my laptop had a first gen. of Intel CPUs [i5-430M].)

 

More information on how I fixed it - See Here. (I fixed the problem like this after updating the drivers (strongly recommended), also I had Windows 7 at the time.)

 

When you install Battlefield 4 via Origin, it will install DirectX automatically (since it's included as redist. package with Battlefield 4).

 

Make sure that your device drivers are up-to-date -

 

P.S. - Intel i-GPUs are not supported, but newer generation (after 2015) will probably work.

 

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