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Laptop error because Chief architect x9 does not support VGA ATI DRIVER ... why

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This question would be better asked on the Chief Architect forum:


This forum is for Room Planner, a mobile app published by Chief Architect Software.

Also, when you post to the forum about an error, it's best to include some helpful information such as, the error you are seeing, when you see it, and your system specs.

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