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Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support (More info?)When i am running dxdiag obtained this message (Dxdiag has detected that may have actually been a difficulty accessing DirectInput the last time this program was offered. Would you prefer to bypass DirectInput this time?)and(Dxdiag has detected that might have been a difficulty accessing DirectPlay the last time this regimen was offered. Would you prefer to bypass DirectPlay this time?)tbelow is 2 option for me Yes or No if i hit No it i will certainly reboot automaticallyBelow i will attached my dxdiag infoI"m on WinXP HOME SP2 and also DirectX 9.0CDoes anyone recognize what happen? Any suggestion?Thanks in advance -------------------DirectInput Devices-------------------Poll w/ Interrupt: No Registry: OK-----------USB Devices---------------------------Gameport Devices----------------------------PS/2 Devices----------------------------------------DirectPlay Service Providers----------------------------DirectPlay Voice Wizard Tests: Full Duplex: , Half Duplex: , Mic: DirectPlay Test Result: Registry: OK-------------------DirectPlay Adapters------------------------------------------DirectPlay Voice Codecs------------------------------------------------DirectPlay Lobbyable Apps-------------------------
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Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support (More info?)Normally that can occur if the video adapter is a marginal top quality card,low amount of memory,v.fundamental components,etc..Replace/upgrade card.This is via having actually latest drivers set up,and via intel,one requirements to have set up the chip- collection installation energy,have actually those areas been met...."cflok" wrote:> When i am running dxdiag obtained this message > (Dxdiag has detected that might have been a difficulty accessing DirectInput the > last time this routine was supplied. Would you prefer to bypass DirectInput this > time?)> and> (Dxdiag has actually detected that may have actually been a trouble accessing DirectPlay the > last time this regime was used. Would you prefer to bypass DirectPlay this > time?)> > tbelow is two option for me Yes or No if i hit No it i will reboot > automatically> Below i will attached my dxdiag info> I"m on WinXP HOME SP2 and DirectX 9.0C> > Does anyone recognize what happen? Any suggestion?> > Thanks in advancement > -------------------> DirectInput Devices> -------------------> Poll w/ Interrupt: No> Registry: OK> > -----------> USB Devices> -----------> > ----------------> Gameport Devices> ----------------> > ------------> PS/2 Devices> ------------> > ----------------------------> DirectPlay Service Providers> ----------------------------> > DirectPlay Voice Wizard Tests: Full Duplex: , Half Duplex: , Mic: > DirectPlay Test Result: > Registry: OK> > -------------------> DirectPlay Adapters> -------------------> > -----------------------> DirectPlay Voice Codecs> -----------------------> > -------------------------> DirectPlay Lobbyable Apps> ------------------------->


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