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Draft 3D: Not Available (inadequate VRAM or graphics driver)

New Here ,
Aug 21, 2023 Aug 21, 2023

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Yesterday, I installed After Effects version 22.6.5. When I navigated to Preferences > Preview > GPU Information, I came across the following details:

 

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What might be the issue here? My MSI Laptop, equipped with an i7 6700HQ processor running at a boosted 3.2GHz, and a GTX 960M 2GB graphics card, seems to meet the system requirements. Despite this alignment, I'm unable to utilize the draft 3D feature.

 

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LEGEND , Aug 21, 2023 Aug 21, 2023

Your graphics hardware is like 500 years too old and no longer supported. Nothing you can do about it.

 

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LEGEND , Aug 21, 2023 Aug 21, 2023

Not correct. Da Vinci dabbled in refining the Mona Lisa until he died and allegedly he painted it at least twice on different media. The first four to seven years were only the first version. Anyway, yes, it stinks, but Adobe really want you to buy new hardware every three years or so. If at least there was a payoff with GPU stuff actually working...

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Your graphics hardware is like 500 years too old and no longer supported. Nothing you can do about it.

 

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I'm curious about 1503 when Leonardo da Vinci started painting the Mona Lisa. It took him three to four years to complete, what's the graphic card in that year looks like lol

 

I understand that it might be outdated, but I assumed that all the specifications would meet the system requirements. Do I actually need to consider downgrading? Just so you know, I have 16GB of RAM.

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Not correct. Da Vinci dabbled in refining the Mona Lisa until he died and allegedly he painted it at least twice on different media. The first four to seven years were only the first version. Anyway, yes, it stinks, but Adobe really want you to buy new hardware every three years or so. If at least there was a payoff with GPU stuff actually working...

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