I was playing a game last two days, its a medal of honor pacific assault, it was running fine, but when i tried running it today, it wont work. its saying that it encountered a problem and needed to close..
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Sometimes games will freeze up due to a video card driver needing updated or replaced. Another reason could be that it has a corrupted file and needs re-installed. You can always try running a disk defrag also to see if that helps. Your graphics card might not have what it takes to run it, you could try lowering the settings.
The requirements for games are not 100 percent accurate as it depends on a lot more than just system hardware. Different drivers, versions of codex, as well as different versions of direct x all can affect it. Even just how well the game was coded and or optimized can affect it a lot. If I remember from what I did play of it, they didn't have that well of an optimized game.
One last thing to try is in your league folder there should be a direct x setup application. Try running that to see if that works.
Insufficient information, but try this for starters:
Make sure the laptop sits on a hard surface and the fan vents are not covered/clogged.
1) Run windows only on a fully charged battery and see if it overheats 2) If not, run media player only, and look for the same
If it overheats in either step, you have a hardware/software problem.
Hardware problem could be that the fan has failed completely and needs to be replaced.
Software problem could be incorrect fan settings, although I do not think you can turn the fan OFF on a laptop.
IF the laptop overheats in Step 1, I would definitely suspect a hardware problem. In that case, run the laptop but do NOT log into windows. Go into the BIOS (check fan settings in there, if there are any).. leave it running in BIOS and see if it overheats then.
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.
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_(184.108.40.20666_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.