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I have downloaded Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, but I am unable to play it. I don't have a graphics card. I managed to play a similar game (Sand of Time) using 3D Analyze 2.34, that game too required a graphics card with pixel shader 2.0.

I tried:

  • Force SW intl
  • Emulate pixel shader caps
  • Skip pixel shader 2.0

VendorID 4098: deviceid: 20040

Please let me know 3D Analyze settings for Chaos Theory

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just a -1 but no answer :-/ –  Rakesh Juyal Oct 16 '10 at 10:57
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An excellent question. +1 and favorited. For the love of God someone please answer this qs. I've tried everything possible to run this game. compatibility modes, 3d analyze, swiftshader, tried updating the game, even tried with different no-cd cracks. The dvd is just lying around in my room these days. –  Mugen Oct 19 '10 at 18:47
    
@Mugen I can run this game nom :) I bought a new laptop with corei7 quad core,8 gb ram, 1gb nvidia 550m graphics card ;) –  Rakesh Juyal Jan 14 '12 at 13:08
    
Good for you. I too bought a new pc and now I'm able to run the latest games (at full). :) –  Mugen Jan 23 '12 at 10:30
    
I have downloaded Splinter Cell Chaos Theory... I sure hope for you you mean Steam or GOG! –  Bobby May 13 '12 at 11:05
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The settings that you need to run Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory using 3D Analyser are;

  • Performance -> Force Software Transform and Lighting (TnL),
  • Hardware limits -> Emulate Pixel Shader Capabilities

You will also need to install the v1.05 patch or later in order for the game to run through 3D Analyser.

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Just few hours before the world ends I got the answer. :) But I have already bought the laptop which could play this game :P –  Rakesh Juyal Dec 20 '12 at 16:27
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