Advice 1: How to enable hardware acceleration

Hardware acceleration allows individual components of the computer such as video and sound card to take on tasks not to load the processor. This can involve decoding the video or audio corresponding hardware in the computer.
How to enable hardware acceleration
You will need
  • - computer
  • - drivers for video and audio Board
Instruction
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Hardware acceleration at the moment requires a lot of applications that work with video and sound. If acceleration is not set, the system can receive the failures, as to the processor imposed great challenges.

The function is increasing or decreasing hardware acceleration becomes available only after installing the device drivers. The necessary drivers are included with the device (CD-ROM). If you have these discs were not available, then the drivers can be downloaded from the official website of the manufacturer of your hardware.

You will also need to install Direct X, which is freely distributed in the network. It is worth noting that almost every game drive includes Direct X.
How to enable hardware acceleration
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For setting the hardware acceleration setting of the graphics card right-click mouse on desktop - Properties - click "Advanced" - tab the "Diagnostics" tab the "Hardware acceleration". On the tab "Hardware acceleration" you need to change 2 parameters: "Hardware acceleration" and "Enable write combining". Both options must be activated, and the "Hardware acceleration" should be set at maximum, to the value "Full".
How to enable hardware acceleration
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For setting the value of the hardware acceleration of the sound card click start menu on your desktop - Run - type "Dxdiag". You'll get a window "DirectX diagnostic Tool". Go to the tab "Sound", in this tab change the setting "hardware sound acceleration Level", set it to the max.
How to enable hardware acceleration

Advice 2 : How to change hardware acceleration

Hardware acceleration allows you to perform actions on the computer with more comfort or speed. This applies when we are talking about a sound card or video card. Sometimes fixing problems in games need to change this function to disable or enable in full.
How to change hardware acceleration
Instruction
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Click with the left mouse button the menu "start". Select "Run", type dxdiag and click OK. This will launch the built-in diagnostics tool Windows, it will be possible to find out the details about the acceleration of computer systems. Also call the utilities, you can press the Windows key and R and then typing dxdiag.
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For Windows XP. Click on the tab "Screen" or "Display". In the lower half of the window you will see the inscription: "DirectDraw Acceleration", "Direct3D Acceleration" and "AGP Acceleration". Opposite is set to the current status, i.e., enabled or disabled hardware acceleration. Next to the status button is "Disable" or "Enable". Click on it if you want to change the hardware acceleration of this service. Click on the "review" if you want to diagnose the operation of the computer.
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Select the "Sound" tab. In the bottom of the window you will see a slider labeled "hardware sound acceleration Level". Move it to make changes, and then click "Test DirectSound". This is only possible in older operating systems such as Windows 2000 and Windows XP. In Windows 7 a fundamentally different mechanism of working with sound, so there is no possibility to change this setting. Press the "Exit" button after editing.
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Right-click on the desktop and select "Properties" if using Windows XP. Click on the "Settings" tab, button "Advanced". In Windows 7 or Vista, also right-click on the desktop, open the menu and click "screen Resolution" and a link "additional options". In any case, it will open the menu properties. It select the tab "Diagnostics". You will see a slider by moving which you can change hardware acceleration. In Windows 7 to do this, first click "Edit". Don't forget to save changes by pressing "Apply".
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Restart the computer to use hardware acceleration. Update driver for video card, sound card and DirectX on your computer. This will allow you to fully use the capabilities of the PC.

Advice 3 : How to disable 3D in games

Configuring and disabling some of the 3D settings allows you to increase not only gaming, but also system-wide performance. To adjust the display of three-dimensional elements of a graphics card utility that manages driver settings. In this program, you will be able to customize not only standard parameters but also to set options for each game individually.
How to disable 3D in games
You will need
  • - Installed the graphics driver.
Instruction
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Setting the graphics adapter from Intel is made through the control Panel. If you have a standard system driver, go to start menu and select "control Panel". Go to "Personalize" - "Screen" - "resolution setting" - "Advanced". In the window that appears, click on the graphics tab the "Graphics adapters" - "Properties".
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In the new window, select the OpenGL mode or "3D Setup". Configure the parameters or disable specific options to increase graphics performance.
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If your computer uses a graphics card from Nvidia to disable 3D, use the control panel of the driver. Go to "start" - "control Panel" - "Hardware and sound" - "Screen" - "Nvidia control Panel". You can also use the program icon in the system tray of the Windows right bottom of the screen.
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In the window that appears, navigate to the section "3D Settings" adjust image settings". For individual parameters, select "Manage 3D settings". To put options in accordance with your application, go to the tab "Program settings".
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For graphics company Radeon (Ati) multi-function panel Catalyst Control Center. Click on the corresponding icon settings of the video card in the system tray or right click on empty area of the desktop and select Catalyst Control Center.
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Regularuli 3D settings is done via the appropriate tab, namely OpenGL and Direct3D.
Useful advice
To improve performance, sometimes it is enough to disable vertical sync and set the parameters for maximum performance in graphics settings. If the playback speed 3D is still small, try disable the HD Audio in the settings of the sound card.
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