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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There may not be a fix your machine may not handle the requirements necessary to run this graphics game high end. You can always upgrade more memory and a better video card just a suggestion. Some games just are hard to load and maintain quality and speed while glitching or freezing up that is lack of resources or to many open programs while playing the games. Stuff in the background may be running you do not need running all this has its factors in keeping a game on track. It could also be that your machine needs a good cleaning or defrag. There are so many different reasons when I play a game I use a gaming computer which is basic and no other software is installed but games period and the operating system to run the games. I do not use my PC or laptop for both. One thing at a time unless you have a good gaming laptop or PC you will have these issues every time. That has been my experience............John
Thats odd. Try cleaing out the cooling fins with compressed air to get ou the dust. Take out the card and put it back in. Have you tried updating the driver? try this stuff and see if it helps. I hope it does. cobrasdh
Try researching it, that's what i did when it happened with CoD:4 (online) it may be overheating, you're obviously not having red lights, try unplugging it COMPLETELY and putting it near an open window
Is it new?? Maybe you got one of those editions which were put in kiosks in best buy or stuff. They crashed every 20 minutes and sony said it was "On purpose to keep gamers from playing all day and give other people a chance to play" or sort ....