You can try updating the Video Driver. I would suggest you to update the system with a good Graphic Card because Windows Vista needs a good video memory. Onboard Video will not be able to compete with Windows Vista requirements.
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Depending on what PC games you have installed, you have to check the system hardware & software requirements ie. CPU, Graphic card, RAM & OS. for the particular game you had installed.
If your system have an intergrated or onboard video card, normally you will not be able to play high graphic eg. FIFA 11
Since you have not provide any info, on your system hardware & what game you installed.
My guess is that your video card does not support the game requirements and normally you get a black screen!! and unable to continue playing the games.
firstly, the only way to increase your video card memory will be to purchase a pci-e graphics card for your system, system memory could do with putting up if you are playing games as that amount will just about run windows itself, if you have an onboard graphics card these are not very good to play top end games like COD MW2, and things like that, get a 1 gb graphics card for your system this should play 99% of all games out there, and as i said get more system memory at least 2gb ddr2 is what you need especially as you have a dual core this will help you allot, there is a site that has very good priced graphic cards here..www.ebuyer.com try them hope this helps..ps i am a gamer myself..
There are two different versions of the game available for PC and MAC, a 'strawberry' and 'vanilla' version, with both providing half a season of gameplay. PC OS: Windows XP/Vista/W7 Processor: XP: 1.4GHz or Faster / Vista/W7 : 2.0GHz or Faster Supported Processors: Intel Pentium 4, Intel Core, AMD Athlon Memory: XP: 512MB RAM / Vista/W7: 1.0GB RAM Hard Drive Space: 2GB DVD-Drive: 4x Speed Video Card: 128MB *Supported Chipsets : (see below) Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible Directx: Version 9.0c (included) LAN: TCP/IP compliant Input: Keyboard, Mouse
*Supported Chipsets - Nvidia FX 5900 Ultra or greater; ATI Radeon 9800 or greater; Intel 82915G/82910GL or greater. Earlier cards may only display 2D Match Viewer Mode and are not supported. Earlier cards may require the DirectX 9.0 SDK is installed to run the game. To download DirectX Software Development Kit click here. Laptop versions of these chipsets may work but are not supported.
Mac Intel Processor, OS X 10.5, NVidia Geforce 7300 GT / ATI X1600 Radeon SOLUTION 1: 1.Right click on the game icon, select Properties and click the tab Compatibility, 2.Select the proper compatibility mode for your PC, 3.Run the game. This may solve your problem. SOLUTION 2: While many different errors and problems may occur while attempting to run a game within Windows (from corruption in graphics and sound to black screens on loading or crashing) the majority can be quite easily fixed with some input from the user. To see General Windows Troubleshooting (for crashes, graphic and sound issues etc) to solve the problem click here. SOLUTION 3: Using Daemon tools software you can mount the game image (virtual drive) and by installing the game you can manage to play. Click hereto download Daemon Tools.
This could be your problem... Your video card does not meet minimum requirements:
3D accelerated card with 128 megabytes (MB) RAM; discrete graphics card
with dedicated 256-MB VRAM recommended for higher performance
That is straight from the Worldwide Telescope website. Your card only has 64mb. This type of video card will have trouble with graphic-intensive programs. I notice that your motherboard has a dedicated AGP slot. Perhaps you can upgrade your video system with an Nvidia or ATI AGP graphics card. Preferably a higher-end card with a minimum of 256mb graphics memory.
the only way to improve graphics is to upgrade your graphics card and ensure that you have enough system memory and proccesor power to run the game as it should do.
If you have a 32MB or 64MB card then maybe you should go for atleast 128MB
you cant upgrade your graphics by means of a driver, if it's a desktop pc you will have to fit a newer AGP graphics card or fit one if you only have onboard graphics, and then the relevant driver, if its a notebook, 9 times out of 10 the graphics are onboard and cannot be upgraded.