Hey guys, i recently got an acer aspire one netbook, it rocks really, i been trying to play freedom fighters and guess what, the games runs really fine and fast, TOOOOO FASTTTTT, it looks like its 80 or 90fps and i cant play like this, anyone knows how to fix that?
i have 1gb ram, 120gb hd, intel media mobile graphics accelerator, i tried messing up with the accelerator configuration but couldnt do anything, can anyone help me fix this?
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Your processor is the problem : It's a dual core 1GHz AMD C-Series processor C-50 and even though it might barely be able to run the game, the game was made before the processor type was released, and thus the game doesn't know what the heck it is and only sees that its a 1GHz CPU and thus considers it to slow to run the game.
Here are the system requirements: Operating Systems: Windows XP SP2 / Windows Vista
- CPU: 2.4 GHz
- RAM: 512 Megabytes of RAM (1 GB required for Windows Vista)
- DirectX 9.0c Compatible 3D accelerated 128 MB video card or equivalent (must support Shader Model 2.0 or above)
- DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card
512kbit/s or greater broadband connection for online gameplay
- 6.1 GB free hard disk space for DVD format and additional space required for DirectX 9.0c installation
- 8x or faster DVD-ROM drive
That means that the video card in your computer does not have hardware acceleration, does not have it turned on, or lacks the proper video drivers to use the hardware acceleration. Upgrading the video drivers is one thing to try. Upgrading your DirectX version is a second.
You can check the basic system requirement for the game and then check whether your laptop meets the requirement or not. If your system meets the requirement then you can try to uninstall the game and then reinstall it. This should help you.
the only way you can upgrade the graphics on a laptop is to purchase a graphics accelerator card that plugs in to the usb slot, its not an upgrade as such but it will allow you to play high res games on the laptop, there would have to be a memory upgrade to go with that also
Nvidia are doing some good laptop accelerators at the moment but they are expensive!!!
Check the requirements printed at the back of each game. this will tell you if the game runs. If some game is slow try disabling the antivirus while you run the game, remember to restart antivirus afterward. Do not use software accelerator, majority of them are useless, some of them carries malaware and viruses.