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I cant work any game using Graphics Card

Earlier i used to run even a new game (then) NFS 9(Most Wanted).But now I cant work any game; even a little older games.I dont know what the exact problem is. When i tried a game it responds "Not enough Video memory".But on other game shows "3D Graphics Card cannot be initialized". I also lost the installation CD. So i'm not able to reinstall it.. I'm in great trouble.I was using XFX GeForce MX 4000. Somebody Please Help Me.

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Re: I cant work any game using Graphics Card

To see if your graphics card is installed and recognised, go to My computer, right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager, then look down the list for graphics adapter, click on the '+' sign and see if it is recognised, if so uninstall it and reboot pc and it will install itself again. If you require the driver seee this site: if there is a yellow '!' mark on the graphics adapter line then right click on it and select update driver and then it should search your system for the driver, assuming you have installed the downloaded driver first, if it is unable to find the driver, choose to manually install and point windowws to where you downloaded the driver, but remember to unzip the driver first if it is in a zip folder.

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I want to buy a graphics card. i want to run programming applications and games with graphics requirements (NFS series), HD support will do but not necessary. My current system : 3.06GHz P4 HT processor,...

The GeForce FX5500 is an AGP Card (which is WAY outdated). Your board has a PCI-Express x16 slot (which is a good thing) so if you are planning to play games in the ilk of the NFS series, you can get an nVidia GT, GTS or GTX series card (I only assume you plan to get an nVidia-branded card; you still have options of purchasing ATI 4000- to 5000-series cards as well). these cards serve the purpose of entry-level to mid-range games. The only limitation of your rig would be the processor since it's a single core; but with 3 GHz & 2GB of RAM, you can play almost the entire NFS series up to Undercover, Shift & World. I'm not sure about Shift 2 & The Run: I think they require 2 cores at least.

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Befor buying a new video card must read first

here are some things you should know before buying a video card for gaming.

If you're thinking of replacing your card because you're having problems running a certain game, make sure you have the latest version of the drivers for your current graphics card. You will find the latest drivers for your card available for download from the manufacturer's Web site.

For the purpose of gaming, two developers of 3D graphics card chipsets have come to dominate the market: nVidia and ATI. While there are many video card manufacturers, most of them build their cards around chipsets designed and supported by one of these two companies. Certain games will run a little better on one chipset than another - something you might want to consider before deciding which way to go.

A long time ago the Advanced Graphics Port (AGP) replaced the Peripheral Component Interface (PCI) as the standard way to connect the graphics card to the motherboard. PCI-Express is a new and faster form of PCI, which is replacing AGP as the standard for graphics card slots. PCI-Express offers roughly twice the data transfer rate of 8x AGP. You can't put a PCI-Express card in an AGP slot or vice versa, so your motherboard will have to have PCI-Express if you want to use a PCIE card.

256 MB of memory is, at the time of writing this, about the minimum for a gamer looking for a new card. When it comes to memory, more is always better, although it does raise the price of the card. 128 MB cards are still common, but it's worth looking for 256 MB or even 512 MB of memory if you want to run games at high resolutions.

As the term implies, framerate is an indication of how many frames per second your system can display. The rate not only varies from game to game, it is also affected by the game's settings and the action taking place at any given moment in the game. Framerate is, in some ways, the ultimate test of a video card's speed, so a lot of sites compare cards on this basis. The fastest cards in this regard are usually the most expensive as well.

While you may need the latest version of Microsoft DirectX (DX) software to run a game, this doesn't necessarily mean that your card must be fully compatible with the latest version of DX, you simply won't be able to use certain graphics features. Most new games support cards that have built-in DX 9 features, but will still run on a video card from the DX 8 era. When in doubt, look for the specific chipsets that the game you want to play supports.

This has been a standard feature in game-oriented video cards for quite a few years, but there are still PCs around that don't have it. These are usually systems with Intel graphics integrated into the motherboard, commonly used in budget laptops and desktops designed for office use. If your desktop doesn't have hardware T&L and you have an AGP slot available, adding a newer video card is an option.

Although, as noted earlier, AGP will soon be history, here are some basics if you're working on an older system. There are several different speeds of AGP, but anything other than 8x is rare. Both the slot on the motherboard and the video card will have an AGP rating, but in most cases these ratings do not have to match for the system to work. The system will operate at the speed of the lowest rated component. For example, if your motherboard supports 8x AGP but your video card will only do 4x, your system will operate at 4x.

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on Aug 21, 2008 | Nvidia GeForce 7200 Graphic Card

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I have purchased a asus p5g41c-mlx motherboard on jauary 2011 .but after 2 month its grahpics not work properly ,it is flickering ,i have using window xp. i have uninstal the grahpics and reinstal it but...

Hello there,
Here is *********** boards VGA details.
Integrated Intel GMA X4500 graphics Maximum shared memory of 1GB
Supports RGB with max. resolution 2048 x 1536 (@75Hz)
Supports Microsoft® DirectX® 10
Here are the system requirements of the games you are currently playing with problem.
NFS Most Wanted- It should run with no problems just avoid high detail settings.
Minimum: 32MB or more, ATI 7500 or greater; ATI Radeon Xpress 200; NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/GTS or greater Recomended: NVidia 5900 or ATi 9800 with 256mb of video memory
Prince of Persia Two Thrones
Minimum: 64MB Recomended: better than recommended in NFS Most Wanted
COD Black Ops
Minimum: Shader 3.0, 256MB GeForce 8600GT/ ATI X1950 Pro or better. Recommended Nvidia: GT 240 or higher Recommends Ati: HD 4670 512MB or higher Minimum Memory: 2GB
Some games have hardware validation test if your unit fails to the requirements you cannot install the game. try to download this BurnIn. Select the 32bit Standard edition. install the utility and stress your x4500 graphics. Sir you did not post your Processor and Memory. The x4500 graphics will use 128MB of your ram, If you are using 1GB or 1024MB - 128MB = 896MB. 2GB or 2048MB - 128MB = 1920MB. For Memory system requirements your system failed and the main problem is your video card.
Hopefully this helps.
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I m using a sony vpceb26fg....recently i hav been experiencing problems wid playin games....there has been a remarkable decrease in the frame rates......i cant even play games....the gadget that comes wid...

First, try updating your graphics card. Find out what company designed your card, either Nvidia or ATI. Find the model of your card. In Windows 7 go to "computer", right click, then click properties. Then device manager in upper left corner. Under Display Adapter it should say what card you have, updating can fix a WORLD of issues. If that doesn't work go to the "search for files" under start menu. Type "msconfig" . Under services click "hide windows services" then post a picture of this list to me using print screen or something. I can tell you if you've got something nasty still running.

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The game that you are trying to play most likely asks for more than 128mb of RAM for a graphics card. Try upgrading your card to increase the performance of your computer and gameplay.

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I want list of games for nvidia geforce 5500 fx graphics card please send a list of top games that will run on this card

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Unstable windows vista in game nfs undercover

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Hi, you most certainly have a problem with the card. I advise you to return it to the vendor ASAP for a warranty claim.

Regards mistyman

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