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Intel Application Accelerator Warning
By  Super Admin  | Published  02/25/2005 | Hardware | Rating:
Intel Application Accelerator Warning
Intel Application Accelerator (IAA) v2.2 causes serious problems with NVidia GForce 3 and 4 reference drivers.  After installing IAA, Windows will no longer recognize your video card properly, and report a Code 10 in Device Manager for the device status.  Reinstalling the NVidia drivers will not solve the problem, you must uninstall the Intel software to regain use of your video card.
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  • Comment #1 (Posted by Shannon)
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    This site does not clearly tell me how to uninstall the program!!!!!!!!!!
     
  • Comment #2 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    Shannon wrote: " This site does not clearly tell me how to uninstall the program!!!!!!!!!! " -------------------------------------- Turn on your TV, if you doesent own a TV - by one, also by a DVD player if you havent any. Borrow your littlesisters/brother or neighbors Teletubbie movie, stick it in your DVD-player ..watch out! DO NOT scratch the DVD! ..press play on your remote controller and relax Kind Regards, an anonymous IT-professional
     
  • Comment #3 (Posted by Myrddin)
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    The current version of IAA is 2.3 and can be found on the intel website. To uninstall an old version, go to your control panel and double-click on Add/Remove Software then locate the Intel Appliction Accelerator in the list provided. I use IAA 2.3 with a GeForce3 Ti 200 with no noticable problems. Activeworlds.com is a good test of how well your graphics are working. Their multi-world chat & build universe utilises many direct draw capabilities, especially hardware 3D rendering. Light, fog etc.
     
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