GTA IV Fatal Error DD3D50?
I know this has been asked many times, so forgive me, but I'm trying to play GTA IV on my PC and I get this fatal error when trying to start the game. Here's the specs on my computer:
HP Pavilion ZD8230US laptop computer
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 650 HT w/speed step, 3.4 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 250 GB
Graphics Card: ATI Mobility Radeon x600 w/256 MB dedicated RAM
OS: Windows XP Media Center w/Service Pack 3
I also installed the newest Flash player and DirectX 10
I'm not the greatest with computers, but I looked up the specs on the ATI x1900 (the recommended one), and it says that it also has 256 MB of dedicated RAM, so my question is why won't mine work?
Thanks for your help
- ?Lv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
DD3D50 means DirectX 9 video card required for playing Grand Theft Auto IV. Your video card is below NVIDIA GeForce 7900 / ATI Radeon X1900 Series.
You can download:
Patch for ATI:
And patch for Grand Theft Auto IV at:
DD3D10 - D3D Error - Please re-boot your system
DD3D20 - D3D Error - Please re-install the game and/or re-install DirectX
DD3D30 - D3D Error - Please re-boot your system
DD3D40 - D3D Error - Unable to retrieve device capabilities. Please install latest video card driver and/or re-install DirectX
DD3D50 - D3D Error - DirectX 9 video card required
DD3D60 - D3D Error - Shader Model 3.0 or higher is required
DD3D70 - D3D Error - Unable to retrieve D3D Device. Please re-boot your system
DD3D80 - D3D reset failed - Please restart the game.
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