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Fix common failures of Win 2003 system

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1. The picture is rough when playing movies.

Many friends have this 'encounter': their computer configuration is quite high and the graphics card can also be installed when Windows 2003 is installed. It is automatically recognized and installed but the picture is very rough when playing movies and the picture quality is still the same after installing the latest version of the graphics card driver. In fact this is because the default display options of Windows 2003 are not optimized according to the needs of individual users.

★Solution: Right-click on the desktop enter 'Display Properties→Settings→Advanced→Troubleshooting' in turn drag the 'Hardware Acceleration' cursor to the right to 'Complete' and then click 'OK' to exit. Then go to 'Start→All Programs→Accessories→System Tools→System Information' select 'Tools→DirectX Diagnostic Tool' (because the program collects system information you need to wait for a while a splash screen may appear) and select the 'Display' option Card enable 'DirectDraw Acceleration' and 'Direct3D Acceleration' in turn and then click 'Exit'.

2. The sound card does not work or the sound is severely lagging

In Windows 2003 most sound cards can continue to use their drivers in Windows 2000/XP but older The driver of the sound card (such as Dimeng S90 etc.) can only be installed manually. After installing the sound card driver it can sound normally in the Windows 2003 Standard Edition but in the Enterprise Edition the system still cannot produce sound or the sound is seriously lagging when playing games.

★Solution: Go to 'Control Panel→Sound and Audio Control Device' in turn check the 'Audio Service' option and click 'OK'. Then enter the 'DirectX Diagnostic Tool' select the 'Sound' tab drag the cursor to the right in the 'Acceleration Level' to 'Full Acceleration' click 'Exit' and finally restart the computer.

?To fix the 'strange' video playback failure in Windows 2003

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