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Hi and welcome to fixya Mitchell Baker when the cores are getting at 95c you should stop playing the game . but ! this is not dangerous because your laptop will automatically (shutdown) when the cores will reach 105c hope that will be helpful
When your notebook slows the playing speed when watching a film in full screen, it is most likely to be because of CPU and RAM straining. You should close other programs or view it in a smaller resolution as the larger the resolution, the more it has to display; therefore eating more memory.
Ok, Windows 7 is a very good operating system for internet speed so I am guessing you may have little nasties taking up your speed. there is no reason it should be that slow, not in a million.
Run superantispyware from superantispyware.com, then run malwarebytes anti malware, then go to internet options, advanced, reset. Then close and reopen and go to internet options, manage addons (in there somewhere) and disable all the addons that you dont recognise. Then try again
If the video doesnt play at all then you need to go back and enable an addon like for instance Flash or Shockwave that it needs to play, I couldnt tell you which ones without looking but a few minutes of trial and error will get you there.
I am very sure this will fix your issue, if not please let me know and I'll have another go :)
Make sure the driver for the notebook from the manufacturers website is installed, and not the video driver from Microsoft's Windows Update. After that, update Java, Adobe Flash and Adobe Shockwave. Finally, check for updates for DirectX (version 9.0C). Post back your results, please.
Seriously if you would be willing to learn Linux your problem would be solved. I have been using Linux for almost 9 years and I can play any type of DVD. Mostly through Kaffeine, which is Linux only. Or, Mplayer which you can get for windows. Otherwise my linux only players work. You gotta consider with windows they are going to do their best to keep things legal so as to Not annoy Hollyweird. This is my opinion. Maybe someone has a windows-type work-around.
Not sure if this is whats up with your laptop but there is a recall on the dv6000. The following link has more details on whether your laptop is one of those affected. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&docname=c01087277&product=1842155
Does your machine meet the games minimum requirements?
If so have you tried turning the graphics down in your game interface?
Laptop Graphics cards usually use your systems memory so they have a harder time rendering complex graphics. I play WoW and have my graphics turned up on my desktop but have them turned down to minimal for my laptop.
Vista also takes allot of system memory thus leaving less for your video card. If you are going to play games on it on a regular basis I would suggest you have a minimum of 2GIGs of memory.