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many important devices are located from the underside of pc...mem cards,hd,wifi...
if pc at some stage has had a knock hd or mem could be not seated properly.if ur on battery check to see if loose and check power cable connection..though the battery or power cable shouldnt cause it to crash...
if it is not hd or mem it will be something more difficult to access but again something loose or making short...cpu or vga but check hd and mem first for now..
Sounds like a problem with your display adapter driver. Try updating the driver. 1: Right click on "My Computer" 2: Click "Manage" 3: Click "Device manager" 4: Look for "Display Adapter" and double click it. 5: If there is a yellow check mark or sign next to it, the driver is not installed properly. You can right click your adapter and try to update the driver, or you may have to go to the Fujitsu website and get the driver there.
reduce or lower down the resolution settings of your screen. On desktop right click select properties and under the settings tab reduce your resolution to a lower setting like 600*800 and click on Ok an OK again and retry playing your game
If it fails try restoring your computer to a previous date when you were still able to play the games. Start > all programs > accessories > systems tools > systems restore and click on the new window restore to and selct aday you remember you played the game well and resore to it.