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Gamers Video Cards Hint

Hello Gamers!!
Justo for your knowledge, if you wish a great FPS for games, or stability, take a not of these tips:
1) Always install designated drivers for your specific video cards!
2) Do a research for good drivers for your card,
3) Always select a good video card for your games, not for the games you don't play....!
Have fun!

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FPS Sims 3

If you are playing Sims 3 on windows. Then follow these tips to fix your problem.

- Use Compatibility Mode
- Turn Off your Antivirus
- Add All Executable Files of the Game to DEP Excluded Files List
- Check Registry for Errors with Reginout
- Update your Devices
- Set Lower Graphics
- Select Lowest Screen Resolution

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lag switch

A lag switch is a mechanism installed on a home network that allows you to insert delays into the flow of local traffic to the Internet. They are typically used by online gamers who wants to cheat (a gamer who does not want to admit that they are very poor at the game). Mostly used in FPS games to throw off their enemies which will then allow them to make an easy kill.

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Hello, i want to know how to play minicar racing on windows 7 64 bits, do you know any patch or something? Waiting for answer.

versions of games on the internet are advertisment retail samples that would least install completely. Visit a retailer best buy, target, wal mart, office mart to purchase the complete game on disk dvd or gamers codes to capture impressiveness at home elsewhere, school or work entertaiment.

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gamers computer programs disks are available for purchase on the retailers internet websites, best buy, ext

Jul 21, 2011 | eGames Mini Car Racing for Windows

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i just bought a laptop with vista64 and it wont run my everquest2 disk

I wish I could give you a fix for your problem but I cannot. The problem
may not be so much Vista itself as the still relatively poor driver support
for it. They want you to think that Vista is then end-all be-all gamer OS
but the fact is most real gamers that made the switch to Vista quickly
switched back to XP.
DIRECT X10 promises better graphics and higher FPS but this is subjective. In most cases the graphics are *slightly* better but
ONLY in games that support DirectX10. As for the speed some games get a
speed boost but the vast majority are currently seeing a loss of speed by as
much as 20 to 30 percent in some cases.

Let me be clear and say that I am not saying Vista is a bad OS, it brings
alot of great features with it, but until drivers and to a slightly lesser
extent hardware catches up with it there are going to be performance issues.
I will recommend that you dual boot XP and Vista for now. It is a very easy
thing to do if you have not done it before but if you have Vista already
installed it would involve a format of your system(unless you know how to
use some of the advanced disk partioning tools which is something I will not go into here). You simply install XP first and then when you install Vista it will detect the XP installation and configure you to dual boot.
right now there are going to be
a few annoyances for gamers using Vista and the easiest fix is generally to
dual boot and any games that do not run properly under Vista should get
installed on your XP install. Not only does this allow you to avoid
possible gaming problems in Vista but it is good for troubleshooting, if you
have the same problem under both installs then it is probably not a Vista

Jul 15, 2009 | Sony EverQuest 2 Pre-sell Bonus Disk for...

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low frames per second while gaming

The FPS in your games is primarily controlled by your graphics card. The better the card the better the fps. To get the best possible fps in gaming you should be using a good quality card like the NVidia GTX 260 card or better or an ATI Radeon 4870 or better. If you have the money you might want to upgrade. If not try turning off all but your essential background processes & see if that helps. Good luck.

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