No, it doesnt
No. The Geforce2 MX does not have support for pixel shader.
No. The geforce MX series does not have pixel shader technology.
MX4000 used NV18core,only support DX7,DX7 doesn't include pixel shader feature
No, the geforce 4 mx does not have pixel shader technology. You will need to replace your video card to take advantage of pixel shader.
Its not working because it only installed direct x9. And a pixel shader of 2.2
no, only the graphic cards after the fx series
You can't, sorry. Pixel Shader isn't available in Geforce 4 MX, as it's entry level. You need to buy an AGP card like Geforce FX 5200 above, or 6200, or 6600.
nvidia's chipset only support pixel shaders since the GeForce 3 models, so no GeForce 2 does not support pixel shaders neither vertex shaders.
Any Geforce 3 or higher (except MX). Any ATI Radeon 8500 or higher.
No nVidia GeForce4 MX 4000 does not support pixel shaders but it is able to run some games that require pixel shaders when I owned that graphic card I played bunch of games that required like: San Andreas, UEFA Champions League 2006-2007, Resident Evil 4, and many more and all of them ran perfectly.
If that is a Geforce 4 MX 440 Graphics card then yes but not for gaming only through software use