Hi everyone, I'm Hendrich. I have a problem I hope a few good techies in this forum can help me with. See, I decided to wipe my PC with my Windows XP CD-Rom, and make a fresh new installation. Afterward, my games (which uses Direct 3D) goes immensely slow, I suppose its because since I wiped my PC, the graphic card information must've gone too, since the games didn't go immensely slow before the wipe. --- Useful Information: I play games Like Counter Strike, software mode seems to go faster then D3D, OpenGL is not supported by my graphics card. The "display" tab in the device manager is not shown, probably because of the wipe. The last time I remember, I had an ATI RAGE 128 PRO graphics card (It sucks, trust me, it said it supported OpenGL, it lied). I have a 733 Mhz PC with 512 Mb of RAM with Windows XP SP1 installed. When I try to install the drivers, the installation reads I do not have the appropiate graphics card (I ffigured that was also the wipe). I do not have the CD installation for the graphics card anymore. --- I hope you can help me with my problem, because whatever I tried to do, it doesn't work. No, I didn't try those obviously fake and viral driver-detection programs. I appreciate your help. Thanks.