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Hello What else I need to do, my antialiasing is not working I know my geForce2 supports 4 multisamples. It works with the SDK samples.
ZeroMemory( &d3dPP, sizeof( d3dPP ) );
d3dPP.Windowed        = FALSE;
d3dPP.SwapEffect      = D3DSWAPEFFECT_DISCARD;
                   &d3dpp, &d3dDevice);


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Have you made sure that the video card settings are allowing antialiasing? If you are using windows 98 with detinator drivers, right click on the desktop->Properties->Settings->Advanced->Geforce 2 tab->Additional Settings->3D antialiasing settings. There should be some settings under there that you might need to change so that it will let your program do antialiasing.

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Thanks for pointing to this settings, I did not know it exists, it has things I was looking for, however it is not the cause of the problem.
I guess I have to dig into the code further, I am sure I am resetting a flag or missing a piece of code.
Thanks a lot

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