Riva TnT2 dosent Run CoD!!!!!!

I have a Graphic problem but Tnt2 seems to have the minimum requirment 32mb

i have 1.6ghz processer and win 98 and 128 mb ram

the game says download the latest drivers but i have em
I dont Know whats wrong???

Nope. RE-READ the minimum requirements. The key to your problem is that your video card is so old, that it was made before hardware T&L was standardized or inexpensive.

That means your video card from here on out probably won’t run any new first person shooters or heavily 3D graphic games.

Minimum System Requirements

  • 3D Hardware Accelerator Card required - 100% DirectX® 9.0b compatible 32MB hardware T&L-capable video card and latest drivers
  • Pentium® III 600MHz or Athlon® 600MHz processor or higher for systems with Windows® 98/ME
  • Pentium® III 700MHz or Athlon® 700MHz processor or higher for systems with Windows® 2000/XP
  • English version of Microsoft® Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP
  • 128MB of RAM
  • 8x CD-ROM drive (1200 K/sec sustained transfer rate) and latest drivers
  • 1.4GB of uncompressed free hard disk space (plus 400MB for Windows® 98/ME swap file, 600MB for Windows® 2000/XP swap file)
  • 100% DirectX® 9.0b compatible 16-bit sound card and latest drivers
  • 100% Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP compatible mouse, keyboard and latest drivers
  • DirectX® 9.0b (included)


  • Internet (TCP/IP) and LAN (TCP/IP) play supported
  • Internet play requires 56 Kbps (or faster) modem and latest drivers
  • LAN play requires network interface card and latest drivers

Important Note: *Some 3D accelerator cards with the chipsets listed here may not be compatible with the 3D acceleration features utilized by Call of Duty™. Please refer to your hardware manufacturer for 100% DirectX® 9.0b compatibility.


  • All ATI® Radeon™ cards
  • All nVidia® GeForce™ chipsets
  • Matrox® Parhelia™

I just have to kick out the old driver and buy a new one…
and thats all!!

Or something like that…

To give you some idea of where your card stands with today’s cards…

Now, keep in mind that this chart is really old. Today’s high-end computers and cards can easily do 20000-25000 3D Marks (2001).