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First I need to know about your machine (technical details) like Model of processor, Installed RAM and Video card with memory size or model number of it.
This is normally happens for the Graphics (Video) card. If it has lower memory capacity as well as processing speed of video card's GPU than the games required.
This is also cause for the lower installed memory (RAM) size, as Games requires.
You can get several information of your PC by System Properties. I don't know which operating system you are currently using so I can't tell you specifically how to get them. In case of windows go to Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Information
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.
if your talking games running to slow, your probably running out of memory, make sure you have plenty of memory in the motherboard 2GB probably would be min depending on what games your playing,
then go into your bios (setup) and go to the video card and see if you can deicate some of you motherboard memory to you video card.
If you cant you may need to upgrade your video card, a good card should have 512mb of memory.
if you have a card with 512mb or more you shouldnt have to go into your bios (setup) and dedicate additioanl memory for that card.
I hope this has been of some help, if this doesnt solve your problem, let me know and give me alittle more info on your card, how much and what kind of memory you have.
would apprecitate you leaving your feedback for me.
You're video hardware starved! For these games (and most i-net games, as well as higher end games), you *must* have a meaty video card! An integrated, on-board video card on the motherboard just will not cut it. Buy the most amt of memory ON the card as you can afford. V-cards are expensive - but expensive for a reason! Try one out - you won't be disappointed.
as long as you dont have tonnes of huge games that are all like 6-7GBs you should be fine, the laptop you have was built to support alot of memory and can run most games excellently. as far as i know it should run like a charm and not slow down the laptop at all. by the way, what kind of virus protection do you have.
Hi Please make sure the video card driver is updated and also the Bios. ftp://ftp.work.acer-euro.com/notebook/aspire_4530/vista/Bios/ Make sure the ac adapter is connected to the system while you are doing the bios update. ftp://ftp.work.acer-euro.com/notebook/aspire_4530/vista/Drivers/VGA_NV_(22.214.171.12466_logo).zip ftp://ftp.work.acer-euro.com/notebook/aspire_4530/vista/Drivers/Chipset_NV_v.(17.05_logo).zip Update these drivers and let me know if it does not work. Also please post the system requirements for your games so that I could check whether this laptop will be able to run these games. Also would like to know do u have an integrated video card or a discrete video card. This is very important when you are trying to play games.
Most often restarts during games or other heavy duty tasks are from the following reasons
1.) Lack of power. If your Power supply unit is less than 450W then this is highly likely.
2.) Overheating. If your PC's bios has temperature reading sensors then after it is warmed up open the BIOS by press <Delete> after the logo disappears and go to the entry that informs you of temperature... If your seeing a Temp ove 45-50 degrees Celcius your runnin too hot. Get a better heatsink or other cooling apparatus (ie... liquid cooling or peltier) depending on your budget and your technical skill.
3.) Video card over heating/power issues run the PC with the cover off. Watch your Video card. is the Fan on it spinning? Does you Video card have a seperate power adapter? If so is it Fully seated.
4.) Mismatched memory. the memory adapter you installed does it have the same specifications as other memory that is also in your system. Sometimes if their slightly off and the computer sets the timing for the faster memory instead of the slower memory then the system chugs along at a speed that the slow module cant handle and it fails momentarily.
5.) Driver conflict error. Sometimes an older driver just gets in the way of other devices that want the same resources. (Particularly if you are using the drivers that came with the Video card) Go to Nvidia's website download and install the latest drivers for your card and Operating system combination.
Hopefully these tips will help you get you Fragging in no time.
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.