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Nba live 06 problem

I play maxpayne2...and my video card is external...and i have no built VGA port on my board..and my direct X is 9.0...what's the problem why can't play my nba live 06...i install this game properly....but the only problem when i start the game only black screen appear...pls help me... thank you... When you find out, let me know. My wife bought the grandson the same thing and I have never been able to get it to work. Tried reinstalling twice. Went through their Help, and nothing. Got some error about it not being available...try again later.

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  • Wayne Mineard
    Wayne Mineard May 08, 2009

    Windows XP W/SP3, P4 3.0GHz, 1GB RAM, Radeon X600 W/256MB, 500GB SATA HDD.



    So to answer your question...Yes.

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Hello friends

did you fallow this minimum requirement for game
OS: 2000/XP, CPU: 1.0 GHz, RAM: 256 MB, Video: 32MB, ATI Radeon 7500 or GeForce 2 or greater, Intel i865g/nForce/Radeon 9100 onboard, Hard Drive: 1580 MB or more

Posted on May 08, 2009

  • rohit asthana
    rohit asthana May 08, 2009

    I looks like you should be fine with your system. Your video card
    is unfortunately not beefed up enough to handle all the highest
    settings, but that's the only real bottleneck in your system (check VRAM, but at least it's DDR3).

    I don't know which resolution you usually play at, but you should
    be able to max some of the settings (maybe player details, environment,
    overall textures), but others might be slowing down the whole thing too
    much (like MSAA). You should be fine overall.

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