Advice 1: How to disable hardware acceleration

All modern video cards equipped with such a useful feature is hardware acceleration graphics rendering on the computer display screen. Only thanks to the availability of hardware acceleration dynamic of the game and packs a 3D simulation is able to please the user the highest detail and elaborate images, visual special effects in real-time and other advantages, has become a familiar and almost mandatory for any powerful computer systems.



However, in some cases, you may need to disable hardware acceleration. Usually happens when there are conflicting this function with a particular program or game, leading to failures and errors in displaying graphics or playing video. Consider the process of disabling hardware acceleration in steps.




In Windows XP:



  1. Open the properties screen. This can be done through control Panel, or simply right clicking the mouse on any place of the desktop free of Windows and icons, and selecting the context menu item "Properties".

  2. In the settings window display switch to the "Settings" tab and click "Advanced".

  3. In the properties window graphics tab "Diagnostics".

  4. Move the engine "Acceleration" to the far left position ("no") and hit "Apply" or "OK". Hardware acceleration is disabled. The changes will take effect after reboot.




In Windows 7:



  1. Open control Panel (start — control Panel).

  2. Locate and open the item "Screen".

  3. In the left part of the window that opens, click "configure display settings".

  4. In the opened window click on "advanced settings".

  5. Go to the Diagnostics tab and click the "Change settings".

  6. In the opened window move the slider in extreme left position ("no") and press "OK". If UAC is enabled, you will need to confirm that the changes authorized by the user. Hardware acceleration is disabled. The changes will take effect after reboot.


In Windows 7 in some cases, the button "Change settings" is grayed out. In this case, disable hardware acceleration in the graphics card and its driver do not support the manipulation of hardware acceleration.

Advice 2 : How to disable video hardware acceleration

Hardware accelerated video is not a mandatory condition for high-quality display used video files. A necessary condition for the normal functioning of the object is a driver, Microsoft DirectX and VRAM 128 MB. Problems with the quality of the image can often be resolved by disabling hardware acceleration and transition to software acceleration.
How to disable video hardware acceleration
Instruction
1
Open the context menu of the video by right-clicking the mouse on the center of the window and select "Settings".
2
Click on the "Settings" dialog box and uncheck the field "Enable hardware acceleration".
3
Refresh the page to apply your changes and view the main menu of the operating system Microsoft Windows Vista to perform the operation disable hardware acceleration for video playback.
4
Go to "control Panel" and open the link in the "appearance and personalization".
5
Select "Personalization" and expand "display".
6
Use the "Advanced" tab under "Diagnostics" dialog box.
7
Click the "Change settings" and drag slider to "No" to reduce or disable hardware acceleration (Microsoft Windows Vista).
8
The main menu of the operating system Microsoft Windows XP to implement alternative procedures for disabling video hardware acceleration and enter the value desk.cpl in the text box of the search string.
9
Confirm the command by pressing a function key, Enter and go to the tab "Options" dialog box.
10
Use the option "Advanced" and click the tab "Troubleshooting" a new dialog box.
11
Drag the slide to "No" and confirm the command disable hardware acceleration by pressing the OK button.
12
Re-confirm and apply the selected changes by pressing the OK button (Microsoft Windows XP).
13
The main menu of the operating system Microsoft Windows Vista by clicking "start" to perform the alternative operation disable hardware acceleration and enter the value desk.cpl in the text box of the search string.
14
Confirm the command by pressing a function key, Enter key and specify the element desk.cpl into the opened directory of "Programs".
15
Confirm their authority by the introduction of an administrator password in the opened window, query the system and drag the slider in the line "Hardware acceleration" to "No" (for Microsoft Windows Vista).

Advice 3 : How to connect hardware acceleration

Feature hardware-accelerated page rendering can be connected by standard method on GPUs DirectX 10. When using low-end graphics card of the ninth generation will require the compulsory inclusion of this feature.
How to connect hardware acceleration
Instruction
1
Determine the possibility of hardware acceleration used by the video card. To do this, invoke the main menu by pressing the "start" button, and navigate to the Run dialog. Type dxdiag in the Open box, and confirm the selected action by pressing the OK button. Use the tab "Display" in the dialog that opens DirectX diagnostics and find information about your graphics card.
2
Turn on hardware acceleration in a standard way, if this feature is supported. To do this, return to the main menu "start" and click "control Panel". Open the applet "Screen" and select the "Settings" tab in the dialog box. Use the "Advanced" button and select the tab "Diagnostics". Install slider-line "Hardware acceleration" in one of the six possible modes of operation. Confirm saving the changes by pressing the OK button.
3
To force enable hardware acceleration when using DirectX 10 graphics cards below. To do this, go to "control panel" and click "Hardware and sound". Enter the command "device Manager" and find the line of video card. open the context menu of a found item, click the right mouse button and select "Properties".
4
Click on the Details tab in the dialog box, and select "hardware IDS" from the drop-down menu properties. Save the found identifiers of the equipment manufacturer and the device itself.
5
Again, return to the main menu "start" and go to "Run". Type regedit in the Open box, and run the utility registry editor by pressing the OK button. Expand the branch HCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\GPU.
6
Change the values of the DeviceID and VendorID to the previously found. Change the value of the key SoftwareFallback from 1 to 0 and save the changes.
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