Autodesk Revit 2011: Video Card and Driver Not Supported

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When starting my Autodesk Revit 2011, I am getting a warning as shown below:

Feature Support Problem

Some features may not be fully supported by the video card and driver on this computer.

Problem: Unknown video card

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Does it mean that my graphic card is not supported with Revit 2011? Can someone here explain and give their insight on how I can resolve this? Thanks a lot!

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Autodesk Revit 2011: Video Card and Driver Not Supported

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No, it doesn’t mean that it is incompatible with your graphics adapter or it won’t run on your current video adapter. It’s just that maybe your video card doesn’t have the feature that is required by the program as well as the amount of video RAM that the device should have. Autodesk Revit 2011 has a specific requirement for the graphics adapter though it is not tied to a specific brand of video card.

Autodesk Revit 2011 supports the following operating systems both x86 and x64 versions: Windows XP [Home or Professional] Service Pack 2 and higher, Windows Vista [Enterprise, Ultimate, Business, or Home Premium] Service Pack 2 and higher, or Windows 7 [Enterprise, Ultimate, Professional, or Home Premium]. The minimum amount of RAM should be around 3 GB.

And when it comes to the video card, it should support at least 256 MB video RAM with Shader Model 3. So now, check if your video card has enough video RAM to support the application as well as if it does support the Shader Model 3 feature. Try updating your video card’s driver with the latest version.

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