This Video Card Compatibility list is useful in determining if World Wind will work with your computer graphics card. (One of the monitors shows up minus D3D acceleration) I do not know if this is the case with ATI chipsets. The problem gets worse the lower the viewing angle (the more you're looking toward the "horizon" instead of straight down), and it gets worse the closer you are to the 3D surface.Please check the websites listed below and download the latest drivers before reporting a problem. Either backing away (higher altitude from the earth surface) or looking more directly straight down will always fix the problem.
System Manufacturer/Model Number Toshiba Satellite L355D-S7825 OS Windows 7: Professional - Service Pack 1 (Soon to be Windows 8: Release Preview) CPU AMD Turion 64 X2 2.0 GHz Memory 3 GB RAM Graphics Card ATI Radeon X1200 128 MB Monitor(s) Displays 17.3 inch HD Screen Resolution 1440 x 900 Find the correct CCC for your chip, download it, and let it put the files in the default folder but DON'T install CCC.
Find the correct CCC for your chip, download it, and let it put the files in the default folder but DON'T install CCC.
AMDs latest win10 driver (15.7) doesn't correct the issue either, there always seems to be things that fall throught the cracks, my cards are rated DX11 but that doesn't seem to matter, Win10s DX12 hype states it is all backwards compatible to DX9 as we all know but theres always that but not all. For various reasons, I never tested 10TP, or I might have discovered this.
But it's good to be alerted to potential problems with the actual release.
This document provides the answers to frequently asked questions about Windows® drivers for AMD graphics product compatibility.
Examples include; where to get AMD Catalyst™ driver for Windows 10 and what products are compatible with Direct X® 12.
Screwing with "AGP aperature" in the BIOS doesn't help.
Side note: increasing AGP aperature improves performance for ALL AGP cards!
This bug, caused by a faulty 3rd party 90 nm chip design library, greatly hampered clock speed ramping, so they had to "respin" the chip for another revision (a new GDSII had to be sent to TSMC).
The problem had been almost random in how it affected the prototype chips, making it quite difficult to finally identify.
Just threw the consumer preview of windows 8 on an old desktop that was previously running 7, and now I can't get it to recognize my graphics card. I found a copy of the legacy drivers for vista online and ran the installer in compatibility mode, but it won't install the drivers because windows will not pick up the card at all and this microsoft basic display adapter is all that shows up in device manager for display adapters.