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I just bought Battlefront 2 (good ol' nostalgia) and noticed that when I tried to play it through steam I got an error when loading up. The error is as follows:

Cannot create Direct3D device! Error: 0x8876086a

Seeing as support for this game is completely gone, I was wondering if anyone else has fixed this problem. My PC specs are:

  • AMD A10-6800K APU
  • AMD 8760D GPU (Intergrated)
  • 8 gB of DDR3 Ram (don't think this is the problem though)

I've reinstalled DirectX probably 10 times, and done everything possible to play this game, but it still doesn't work.

  • Did you install DirectX from the BF2 location? DirectX is very picky about that. It should either be on the disc or in the folder when installed. – Thebluefish Jan 27 '15 at 16:20
  • I just saw a video about fixing the same error for Left4Dead 2 here. The gist is that the resolution was set manually using command line options. To set them right-click the game in steam, go to properties -> Launch options. For Battlefront 2 the resolution command seems to be -resolution W H, where W and H are your screen width and height, respectively, e.g. -resolution 1920 1080. Give it a try and if it works, I'll make it into an answer. – MrLemon Jan 27 '15 at 16:37
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That's very likely a video driver problem. Try installing the latest drivers for your APU/GPU.

  • Sweet! It was either that or compatibility mode because it works now! Thanks! – Josh Jan 27 '15 at 16:51

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