GO TO WINDOWS 1ST FOR UPDATES, DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS, REQUIRES YOU TO UNINSTALL, REBOOT, REINSTALL FROM REBOOT. PRINT DIRECTIONS FOR APPLICATION OR IF YOU HAVE ACCESS TO ANOTHER COMPUTER ITS EVEN BETTER.
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System Ram doesn't count for Gpu ram so 2 gig Ram and 2 gig Gpu will be fine .. check also Psu some Gpu are hungry for power Mine is Gtx770 8 pin + 8pin at 240watts.. hence 750 watt Flower power Psu...
In order to experience Windows Aero effects you generally need to have a minimum windows experience base score of at least 3.0. To determine your score go to your start menu - control panel - system and maintenance - performance information and tools.
In this screen you will see your score for a number of different components of your computer. One of these is graphics, which is the score for running windows aero. This score generally needs to be at least a 3.0 to get all the functionality of Aero running smoothly on your computer. The only thing you can try to do is update your graphics drivers to see if this can increase your rating. This can sometimes be done through windows update. The LG driver unfortunately will not be able to help you in this regard as it is only a driver for the display, not the graphics capabilities of your computer.
The only option would be to look into getting a new video card. With a new one you should be able to experience Aero effects again.
To ensure your system works properly, you will need to locate the drivers for your specific hardware. Your motherboard will have its own drivers, in addition to any expansion cards you have installed, such as a graphics card. Your motherboard drivers can be located at ASUS's website:
If you have not installed an expansion graphics card, and are using the one on your motherboard, this should fix the Windows 7 "transition effects." I believe what you are referring to is the Aero theme. If you are using an expansion graphics card, you will need to get the drivers from the appropriate manufacturer (generally NVIDIA or ATI). If the effects still are not working after you install the appropriate drivers for your system, you can right click the desktop, and click Personalize. This should bring you to a screen where you can choose an Aero theme.
Also of final note, the Aero effects are not available under Windows 7 Starter, so make sure you are using Home Premium, Professional, or Ultimate Edition.
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Vista Aero is dependent on your Graphics hardware, not on your motherboard. The onboard VIA/S3G is not going to be capable of running Aero, but you do have an AGP 8x port that you could buy a card for. Try picking up an ATI 48xx series card if you plan on doing some gaming. If you just want to run Aero, however, just about any card nVidia 76xx series, 86xx, 96xx, or any ATI 26xx, 36xx, or 46xx series card will do.
1) enter bios 2)make changes in shared graphics to 128 mb 3) increase the size of page sys file allocate more ram to page.sys file by going into rt click my computer/properties/ performance/ 4 u can change your windows system to 64 bit.
according to ecs this is a 478 / fsb 500 ht mobo and cannot be overclocked (now most can be with a bios flash but be carfull the speed you get my not be worth it I find most only get 2-300 mghz & you chance ruining a good mobo).