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Upgraded to vista, can't turn up graphics settings

Last response: in Graphics & Displays
May 3, 2009 9:27:12 PM

Last night I upgraded from Windows XP Media Center Edition (32 bit) to Windows Vista Ultimate (32 bit). When finished with the upgrade, I immediately downloaded and installed the current Vista 32 bit drivers for my video card (Nvidia 9800 GTX+). However, when I open up a game, namely Dawn of War 2, all of the high end graphics settings are grayed out. I double checked to make sure I had the most recent drivers installed, which it said I did. I'm not quite sure why it's doing this, however when using "Problem Reports and Solutions", it says "Windows installed driver software that supports the basic features of your Standard VGA Graphics Adapter. Its manufacturer may provide software that enables additional features." I'm not really sure what this means, or why it is saying that as I already downloaded the driver software from the Nvidia website. This problem remains on the page with no apparent solution for it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
May 4, 2009 6:09:41 AM

well an sp fixed it, so i'm good now
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