Graphics card issue

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I installed the desktop application and it won't start. The error message said I have an incompatible graphics card. It is an older PC with an Intel G33/G31 card.

What should I do?
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Michael Liimatta

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Dan Davis

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Download a legacy version of RingCentral Desktop or contact support to have them send you a link to a older version.
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Michael,  Installing an older version might temporarily help, but we only suggest that as a last resort and only a temporary solution.  It's always best to run the latest version available if possible.  

In this case, the first thing you'll want to do, is see if there's a newer driver available for your video card.  Often times this is a free simple fix and then you can continue running the latest version. 

In the event that you really do need to update the video card, then you may have to temporarily run an older version until you updated the video card. 

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Try checking this link if there's a suitable driver for the integrated graphics of your computer.

Most them are old drivers already, but you can try. Your best bet is to call our support to check if there's an old version of RC app that's compatible for the graphics card.
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Nicho McGee

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This is ridiculous that they would make versions that would not be compatible with previous ones. I am ready to leave ring there are way too many problems

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We've been having this issue for a year now, don't think RC is too concerned with resolving.
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We have the same issue with Dell Optiplex 380s. Cannot install versions over 8.4.