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Hi Friend, You Computer and Graphics card all things is good configuration. Some tips you follow. A> If you PC virus infected then slow down you PC. B> RAM memory increase because high HD game not support or slow speed problem. C> Check you internet speed connection, because you are live game play. D> And finally not solved then you re-install windows and again all driver proper install. I hope solved you problem.
the specs is already good for browsing and some sort of document editing. however, if you wish to play games or do video editing, i suggest you get a good video card. 1gb video card will be good. Even if you have a good amount of ram but your video processing memory is shared, it will definitely slow your computer.
your current integrated video card is only 64MB video memory. i suggest you upgrade to at least 128MB video memory or higher. check at your local computer store for the compatible AGP 8x video graphics card. happy shopping :)
you can't do because those games require builtin directx 9, pixel shader v 3.0 and other stuff
The Mobile Intel® 915GM/GMS, 910GML Express Chipset family is compatible with versions of Microsoft* DirectX* up to 9.0. Support for previous versions of DirectX (8.x, 7.x, 6.x and 5.x) is also available.
In conclusion, if you want to play those games you must buy a better videocard
With those computer specs you are going to be limmitted to older or less resource consuming games. You might try turning all the video settings to minimum in the game options, and to turn off everything you dont need in windows itself , while you are playing.
But the bad news is you dont have cpu, video, or memory enough to play most of todays highend 3d games..
Many of the newer machines for sale now unfortunatly do not include a seperate and powerful video card. The machine comes with an internal video card that shares the machine's memory for video loads; iy is built into the motherboard to reduce the selling price. Many of the current games out there require a very large amount of video power and these onboard video MB's just can't keep up with the software and the game slows to a crawl or fails to work at all. All games sold retail come a minimum requirements list. Make sure you PC has all the requirements the software needs to run. Remember this is a minumum list and this is NOT the best hardware to make the game run well. Games today for the most part require a huge amount of power to run favorably and these sale machines usually don't cut the mustard. Check that the CPU is fast and you have at least 1 to 2 GB of memory installed. Check to see if you have a video slot available to install a decent video card. If it does'nt forget the whole thing a get another PC built to play games on it. If yes, install one immediatly and a good one should cost around $150 or so. The machine's manual should tell you if you can or not.These can be expensive however, so pray the machine you have will take a videocard and good luck.
Oh I see. It might be a game problem. Do you have any other games installed on your laptop? How about try to play a different game and check if you can see Menus. Another possibility is that the game requires a high end type video card (high video memory). Since your laptop uses built-in video card, the game wont run as it should due to system requirement failure.