Question about ASUS A9250/GE/TD RADEON 9250, Graphic Card
Before playing 3D games, is best to read the read me files of the games.Believe me, I had problems too and that save me a lot of nervs and frustration.On a second tought, maybe your RAM is too low, your graphic card drivers too old, or both.Try playing your games at a low resolution, and low effects and see if it works.If it don't maybe it's the pixel shader that your graphic card can't support.I had upgraded because of this from radeon 9250 to 3650(from pixel shader 1.4 to pixel shader 4) and now i can play games i couldn't play before.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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