Dawn of War - Dark Crusade: Configure for Intel 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics
I have a HP Pavilion Entertainment Notebook PC dv1227us with built-in Intel 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics adapter. I figured that I push it to the limit a bit by trying Dawn of War - Dark Crusade on it.
At first, I thought it probably work on, because when I ran the Dawn of War Graphics Configuration, it reported the "No Devices Found" error dialog (shown in the screen shot below). The error is . . .
No suitable display devices were found. Make sure that you have a video card that supports hardware T&L (Transform & Lighting).
I was about to give up by uninstalling the game. Then I realized that there were two options in the Dawn of War Graphics Configuration utility. It defaults to "Optimal Configuration". But what if you select "Safe Mode Configuration"? I selected that and everything worked fine. After getting into the game, I was able to increase the resolution, color depth, and some other graphics options to bring the graphic detail to an optimal level for this notebook.
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