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Video games keep stalling and breaking up.

When I play some of my games on my pc the gamewill freeze up and this weird background stuff will come on, making it impossible to play the game! I have a nvidia gforce 9500 graphics card and my computeris notthatold. What would be the prob? Need more ram, perhaps?

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  • William Blado
    William Blado Feb 28, 2009

    graphics card should be ok cuz most games have a lesser nvidia series required. Just upped recently from a nvidia 7300 so can't see why this 9500 would'nt work. The specs on the games are lower than the new card!

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Graphic not strong enough to play the games...install a better graphic card

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