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Best is to buy a new laptop with fast processor, plenty of RAM, & a powerful graphics adapter (preferably NVidia or ATI) with plenty of video memory. The exact choice will depend on how much you are willing to invest in these main components.
Try start up in Safe Mode press F8. Choose Safe Mode, when at the choice window, to select either Safe Mode Desktop, OR System Restore, chooses system restore and choose a time before you had the "Problem" and follow instructions. This should get you back.
Unfortunately you have a notebook not a gaming PC so there isn't much you can do. Go into bios and if it will let you increase the shared video memory. When loading the game go into it's settings and turn all the extra video features off. Intel tend not to make the best gaming video chips and I don't know of any laptops that are upgradeable. Your laptop should be fine for all applications and multimedia except games. I prefer to game on a ATX size PC so i can upgrade and change things, but would recommend you get PS3 or xbox if the notebook doesn't kick it for you.
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Short of calling Alltell and seeking help, I would try a different browser and see what happens. If you use IE, then go download Mozilla Firefox (making sure to get the latest adobe flash for Firefox afterwards,)
It depends of your study, If you are studyinggraphic design then you should care about the vga, specially the dedicated ram in it, else if you are studying programming "computer science..ets" you only care about the speed.