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Okay, so I have been trying to fix this issue for quite sometime. I have an AMD A8 CPU/APU running with an ATI 6670 (or something like that). I have turned off the integrated graphics card and I am just running with the 6670. The thing is I have installed Steam via Wine so I can play my games that aren't supported by the Linux version. I downloaded Counter Strike Global Offensive to play and I get an error message saying "your graphics hardware does not support all features (CSM) needed to run this game." The part that gets me is that the "driver name" is my ATI Radeon HD 3200 witch is my APU. I do not know how to get around this. I am currently installing legacy drivers to see if that helps. If anyone has a solution or can give me some suggestions that would be great.

Thank you

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The legacy driver didn't work. – Eric Johnson Sep 3 '13 at 3:20
I am going to try installing a different game. Still using Steam via wine. Will update as soon as the game installs. – Eric Johnson Sep 3 '13 at 3:23

Try installing bumblebee

Post that, start the bumblebee server.

Launch the application using optirun

"optirun wine app.exe"

Worked for me. Hope it helps.

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