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    Hi,

    I wanted to play a game on my Imac using parallels. I downloaded it, got some problems because i didn't have the newest Framework. I download the framework and started the game. It then said that my video card didn't met the requirements. I have an ATI Radeon HD 2400 video card what would bring me to pixel shader 3.0(2.0 is requiered for the game to play). I noticed it earlier whith another game but didn't want to go search the web and stuff. I really want to play that game so can anybody tell me how I can let parallels use my whole Video Card.

    Jeroen



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    The only way to use your 'whole' video card, or rather, using your video card directly, is via Bootcamp, the capabilities available in a VM depend on the Parallels drivers to support them.
    Parallels Desktop for Mac user since version 3.0
    Experience with OS X, Windows, Linux and BSD Operating Systems.

    . Always try to re-install Parallels Tools before reporting a problem: http://kb.parallels.com/8969
    . Parallels Desktop download (same .dmg: trial/upgrade/full): http://www.parallels.com/download/desktop/
    . Previous versions download links: http://kb.parallels.com/en/5802
    . Network troubleshooting: http://kb.parallels.com/en/8978
    . Knowledge base, documentation and support options: http://www.parallels.com/support/
    [NOTE] I'm a Product Expert, that doesn't mean I'm affiliated with or work for Parallels.



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