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No DX10 option with DX10 card
#1
I am using an ATI 4870X2 with the latest version of Catalyst. There are no DirectX10 options under the renderer. I have tried reinstalling and running PCSX2 under admin and will attempt to reinstall my drivers next. Any other suggestions for fixing this problem would appreciated.
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#2
What OS? DX10+ is only for Vista/7
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#3
(09-02-2011, 02:01 AM)natt Wrote: What OS? DX10+ is only for Vista/7

i suppose you know that
if you have Vista you need SP2 and http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/detai...laylang=en
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#4
Easy.Update DirectX to latest version and Vista to Service pack 2
Intel E5700 @3.0Ghz,
Xfx Radeon 5670 1Gb,
4Gb DDR3 Ram,
Microsoft Windows7 Ultimate x86
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#5
As far as I could recall, that DX10 is now under the option of DX11 (Combined)
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#6
Nope, DX1x is one and same code, it shows 10 or 11 depend on what you have;P, it doesn't show at all if your system doesn't meet reqs, and by first post in GSdx thread you can clearly see all requirements. In case of Vista you need at least SP1 and the update that abdo123 linked. Win7 doesn't need anything special, win XP will never have official dx10/11 support and any unofficial patches simply doesn't work as people wish they wouldTongue. Ofc latest dx update(june 2010) is pretty much always required.
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(09-02-2011, 11:46 AM)StriFe79 Wrote: As far as I could recall, that DX10 is now under the option of DX11 (Combined)

he have ATI 4870X2 no DX11 end of discussion




(09-02-2011, 11:50 AM)miseru99 Wrote: Nope, DX1x is one and same code, it shows 10 or 11 depend on what you have;P, it doesn't show at all if your system doesn't meet reqs, and by first post in GSdx thread you can clearly see all requirements. In case of Vista you need at least SP1 and the update that abdo123 linked. Win7 doesn't need anything special, win XP will never have official dx10/11 support and any unofficial patches simply doesn't work as people wish they wouldTongue. Ofc latest dx update(june 2010) is pretty much always required.

Reread the thread miseru99 you need SP2 not SP1
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#8
Oh yeah, I guess that this update does require sp2, through the first post in GSdx is a bit confusing with
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Make sure you have at least Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista installed.
Tongue
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#9
@miseru99 that's what I meant Smile

@abdo123 no need to bite my head off and I know the 4000 series is DX10, but they combined DX10/11 together or it's a script that chooses the max. DX u can have according to your hardware.
Computer hardware is my hobby so I know what I'm talking about Smile
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(09-02-2011, 12:52 PM)miseru99 Wrote: Oh yeah, I guess that this update does require sp2, through the first post in GSdx is a bit confusing with
Code:
Make sure you have at least Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista installed.
Tongue

yes it is a bit confusing Wink

(09-02-2011, 12:59 PM)StriFe79 Wrote: @miseru99 that's what I meant Smile

@abdo123 no need to bite my head off and I know the 4000 series is DX10, but they combined DX10/11 together or it's a script that chooses the max. DX u can have according to your hardware.
Computer hardware is my hobby so I know what I'm talking about Smile

i just thought you didn't know that he have 4xxx series Tongue

and GSDX don't show DX11 if you originally don't support it Wink
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