Mobile Intel 965 Express Chipset Family

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Ahmed Hassan, Aug 13, 2007.

  1. Ahmed Hassan

    Ahmed Hassan Guest


    I got a new laptop which is Acer Aspire 5720
    I am having a problem changing the hardware acceleration in the Graphics
    Card of my Laptop.some of the fonts in the boxes of the program don't
    the problem appeared before in different versions of windows but was
    solved by decresing the hardware acceleration to the first notch
    but in winows vista changing the hardware acceleration is disabled.

    Attached to you some photos of the problems :

    here is how it should look :
    here is how it looks on my laptop :(
    The problem is that the Hardware acceleration is disabled

    Hope someone from microsoft or anyone can help me :(


    Ahmed Hassan, Aug 13, 2007
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  2. Ahmed Hassan

    Spirit Guest

    Have you gone to Intel and updated the 965 drivers?
    There have probably been several since your laptop
    was built.
    Spirit, Aug 13, 2007
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  3. Ahmed Hassan

    Spirit Guest

    Spirit, Aug 13, 2007
  4. Ahmed Hassan

    Ahmed Hassan Guest

    Ok Spirit
    Thanks for your support but still the same problem didn't change after i
    installed the latest driver :(

    still i can't change the hardware acceleration in my Video driver it gives
    the same message

    Hope someone can help

    N.B I emailed Intel support and they said they can't find solution and it's
    microfost problem and i have to contact microsoft :(


    Ahmed Hassan, Aug 13, 2007
  5. Ahmed Hassan

    freddy Guest

    Ahmed Hassan,

    My system also disables the option to change the hardware acceleration, with
    the message that my drivers don't allow it. I'm using an ATI x1650 graphics
    card installed on an Intel 965 chipset motherboard running Vista Home
    Premium. But those facts may have nothing to do with that option being
    disabled, and may in fact not be a problem. I vaguely recall reading
    something about some new standards in Vista where these settings are taken
    care of automatically. I don't recall all the details in this standard, but
    likely you can use google to find additional information on the Internet.
    It's may be possible that your issue isn't related to the hardware
    acceleration. In that case, you may need to find another solution.
    freddy, Aug 14, 2007
  6. Ahmed Hassan

    Ahmed Hassan Guest

    Thanks Freddy For Your Answer

    Actually the same problem usually happened in different versions for windows
    Xp and it's only solution was the hardware acceleration
    and i made contact with the software programer and he said it's all about
    hardware acceleration

    I tried to google it and most of the pages i got were talking about that
    vista home premium don't allow hardware accelration

    lets hope someone from microsoft can help :mad:

    Ahmed Hassan
    Ahmed Hassan, Aug 14, 2007
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