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directX detection in affinity photo and designer

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Hi,

i know this alread was an topic discussed, but with the upgrade to the latest affinity photo and designer verisons both 1.7x i get a message during startup saying that at least there is a graphicscard needed that is directx 10 compatible. I didnt get that with the former and least 1.6.x versions installed. the check with gpu-z shows that the installed graphics card is capable of directx version 11. I attached a screen shot. was there a change in directx detection going from 1.6.x to 1.7.x? I didn't get that message before my upgrade to 1.7.x.

thanks for investigating

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sorry had a look in the wrong directory

 

this is what it says same in both log files

 

Loading colour profiles
    Monitors
        Name: Generic PnP Monitor
        Adapter: Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000
        Primary: Yes
        Has user profile: No
        Profile name: sRGB Color Space Profile.icm

    System
        Found 11 system profiles (parsed 11)
        Loading colour profile (system): wsRGB.cdmp
        Loading colour profile (system): wscRGB.cdmp
        Loading colour profile (system): sRGB Color Space Profile.icm
        Loading colour profile (system): RSWOP.icm
        Skipping colour profile (system): Proofing.gmmp
        Skipping colour profile (system): Photo.gmmp
        Skipping colour profile (system): MediaSim.gmmp
        Loading colour profile (system): ISOcoated_v2_300_eci.icc
        Skipping colour profile (system): Graphics.gmmp
        Skipping colour profile (system): D65.camp
        Skipping colour profile (system): D50.camp
        Found 11 user profiles (parsed 11)
        Loading colour profile (user): wsRGB.cdmp
        Loading colour profile (user): wscRGB.cdmp
        Loading colour profile (user): sRGB Color Space Profile.icm
        Loading colour profile (user): RSWOP.icm
        Skipping colour profile (user): Proofing.gmmp
        Skipping colour profile (user): Photo.gmmp
        Skipping colour profile (user): MediaSim.gmmp
        Loading colour profile (user): ISOcoated_v2_300_eci.icc
        Skipping colour profile (user): Graphics.gmmp
        Skipping colour profile (user): D65.camp
        Skipping colour profile (user): D50.camp
    Installed
        Loading colour profile: AdobeRGB1998.icc
        Loading colour profile: AppleRGB.icc
        Loading colour profile: CoatedFOGRA27.icc
        Loading colour profile: CoatedFOGRA39.icc
        Loading colour profile: ColorMatchRGB.icc
        Loading colour profile: Display P3.icc
        Loading colour profile: JapanColor2001Coated.icc
        Loading colour profile: JapanColor2001Uncoated.icc
        Loading colour profile: JapanColor2002Newspaper.icc
        Loading colour profile: JapanWebCoated.icc
        Loading colour profile: ROMM RGB.icc
        Loading colour profile: UncoatedFOGRA29.icc
        Loading colour profile: USSheetfedCoated.icc
        Loading colour profile: USSheetfedUncoated.icc
        Loading colour profile: USWebCoatedSWOP.icc
        Loading colour profile: USWebUncoated.icc
        Loading colour profile: WebCoatedFOGRA28.icc
    Imported
    -- 755.5087ms
WinTab: Failed to load Wintab32.dll
WinTab: Failed to create tablet context
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It looks like it's not detecting your Radeon, and instead using the HD Graphics 3000 card. Though having said that, that card should support Direct3D 10.1. Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling your drivers? Either Radeon or Intel ones...

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14 minutes ago, Mark Ingram said:

It looks like it's not detecting your Radeon, and instead using the HD Graphics 3000 card. Though having said that, that card should support Direct3D 10.1. Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling your drivers? Either Radeon or Intel ones...

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