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don't know if this will help but, if you just got newer computer - the Windows type could be issue. Some newer Windows aren't compatible with older games. But you can fix that: Right click the game Icon> go to PROPERTIES> Then Click the COMPATIBILITY TAB> then check the empty box and choose Run this program under (then Choose what Windows type the game DID work on such as Windows Vista etc.) If that doesn't do it you may have not enough Graphics memory
The best solution for your graphic card replacement is, in my oppinion, ASUS ATI RADEON 9550 GE.
It is 128-bit series model, and it is better with 128MB of memory, because with 256MB is much more expensive, but almost no difference.
First you need to check your owner's manual or online at the Gateway site to find out how much memory your computer can hold and what type. Then you need to see how many memory slots you have. You can then go out and buy the memory you need and remove the old and put in the new. You may just be able to add memory if there are empty slots--otherwise, you'll have to remove the old smaller memory sticks and replace them with larger ones.
Its probably the graphic card. Its overheating, cant tell you right now if its the graphic core or the memories on it. I need to know the type of the graphic card and the PC case. Maybe you need to add only another fan to your case. You should download GPU-Z and watch the core temperature.
hi im wesley. ok well is your computer newish or older model if its a newer model you can just get a standard network card but if its old you mite not be able to get one its very rare to find olderones not mant pc shops sell them anymore otherwise you mite need to upgrade you pc
You could have bad memory or you could have shorted the memory out with a static charge while you where handling the memory. Try to get one stick of memory you know is in working order and which is of the proper soecifications for your system such as un buffered or buffered registered or non registered . You will need to know the proper memory required for your motherboard by researching the manufactuers web site for your model number of your motherboard. Some dimm slots are set in order [1,2,3,4,] you will need to locate the number 1, dimm slot and make sure you insert the memory stick in that location . While doing this make sure you discharge you body from a static electric charge by using a wrist ground strap or touching the power dupply metal case befor handling any of your pc parts as you install them ! I hope this helps .