To know your configuration, you can use the dxdiag program :

- From the Windows Task bar, click on START button
- Choose RUN from the drop down list that now appears
- Type DXDIAG in the command line window that opens, then click on OK button. - From the DirectX Diagnostic Tool
Once in the DirectX Diagnostic Tool, you have access to information about your configuration
You can also extract the data in text format via the “Save Information” at the bottom right

You will be able to read your configuration and compare it with that required by the

The System tab shows the CPU, Memory (RAM), the version of DirectX and the Operating System
The Display tab shows the name of the graphics card in the upper left, and version / date of the driver in the top right
The Sound tab for its part the sound card

check_configuration_-_dxdiag.txt · Dernière modification: 2013/02/12 12:12 (modification externe)