I have an acer 4520 laptop. i also have nvidia geforce 7000m video card on it. when i play games like counter-strike or fifa 2008, its graphics screen is not really that nice. when playing, the graphics really dont seem to be clear and it hurts my eyes. plz help me.. I'll be very grateful for your answers...
Im not sure which 4520 you have? there is a 4520g or 4520. I will assume you have just the 4520. There could be any number of reasons your seeing things not too clearly,first you should have the AMDTurion 64 X2 @1.8ghz right? But the stock memory is only 512mb. you may want to upgrade your memory to 1gb, i think you should have 2 slot in your machine but you should always check with the vendor (Acer) and find out how much memory you can install, as well as which memory vendor they say is ok to use,,,,, this might be a start. the 4520g is a much powerfull machine as it uses 2mb ram, ddr2 but the processor speed is the same as the 4520, so maybe there's the connection of ram speed?
the other thing is to check with the game vendor or gaming sites for information on your VGA clock speeds,they have all kinds of information on how to improve you gaming controls.
as for your eyes hurting...... i dunno, eye stain? good luck and let me know how ya done! JLS
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Do your PC support the above hardware requirements?
The most common input no support would be your graphic card is not up to the mark to play the PC games.
Is your graphics card drivers up to date to the latest?
Have you updated your DirectX to the latest version?
Unfortunately, laptops are generally locked down in terms of graphics cards. The GPU is integrated into the laptop mainboard due to space constraints.
Your only option if tied down to a laptop for any reason would be to purchase a more recent laptop with a specific graphics card in it.
Any discrete (NVIDIA or ATI) graphics card that was manufactured after 2008 should be sufficient to run most games.
If you're looking to play games on more intense graphic settings, your best bet would be to look for laptops with the NVIDIA GeForce 9600M/240M or better, or the ATI Mobility Radeon 4600/5400 or better. Either brand with at least 512 MB of video RAM will work well.
it sounds like an overheating issue. download everest home edition andhave a look at the temperatures of the graphics card. the 7000 isntreally a gaming card, but it should'nt overheat without overclocking...
well if your trying to game on a pc the 5500 isnt quite sufficient. If you dont know about nvidia you are about 5 generations back of days cards. So the card wont handle any of todays games. If your really trying to game i suggest you build/buy a new rig. But as far as playing videos, quality should be good. Try goin to nvidia.com and downloading the newest drivers.
I'm assuming this is on a laptop? Upgrades to laptops can be tricky. If you're lucky you can upgrade your RAM and allocate more memory to the video from your bios, but even then the upgrade is minimal. Your video card is actually part of your motherboard, as such you would have to upgrade the entire board to upgrade the video card... and at that point you're better off getting a new laptop.
If the error message says "Cannot find any compatible Direct 3D devices" it means that you do not have a supported video on your system, and that you need to upgrade your video card.
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