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Does someone have a video card that works fantastic using Home Design Architectural? Mine meets all the "specs", but will not render any image at all. It appears that this chipset is not supported by the HDA 2018 software. One post says that the chipset drivers need to be 2014 or newer. If that is the case, please put that in the list of system requirements. And a list of good, better, best video cards would be much better than repeating that moronic mantra to "update your drivers". The latest and greatest update on for my drivers is 2010.

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Are you using a separate dedicated video card or an integrated video chip set. If the latter, then I believe the integrated HD chip set must be 4000 or newer. The older chip sets are limited/restricted and from my understanding the Open GL version can't be upgraded to meet the minimum requirements. You should really provide some system specs if you wish more specific suggestions, otherwise we are just guessing.

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