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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Re: nba live 06 problem
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
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Identify why you need an HDMI connection from your computer. Because the 2764 does not have an HDMI port, you will need to obtain some sort of adapter to connect to an HDMI device. There are a number of different ways to achieve that connection. 2
Purchase an external USB video card with an HDMI output. These devices have a number of benefits, including the ability to display a different image on the HDMI output than that which is being displayed on the screen. One example of these devices is the Sabrent USB-2011 which can display a 1080p HD signal over its HDMI connector. Other devices will also include support for audio and send it along the HDMI wire with the video signal. 3
Use a DVI-to-HDMI adapter if you have a Lenovo ThinkPad USB Port Replicator with Digital Video. This device takes the computer's existing video card and displays its signal over DVI. DVI-to-HDMI adapters are both affordable and easy to obtain. 4
Convert the computer's VGA output directly to HDMI. Because VGA is an analog signal and HDMI digital, doing this requires a special piece of hardware such as the StarTech VGA to HDMI converter with audio. Simple VGA to HDMI cables will not work, due to the lack of digital output from the T400's VGA port.
Please check the connection of DVI or VGA cable which connect between your computer box and monitor. Check at the back of your computer box, how many VGA ports(the blue port)? If your computer box have 2 VGA ports( one in-built on-board and one from added graphic card), always connect to the one from added graphic card, not the one on-board. Hope this help. Thanks for readin.
To confirm if your external vga card is defective you should turn off your pc then remove it, then turn it back put your vga cable from monitor in the built in vga port in you pc. or else after turn on press numlock twice or more if its work then external vga is the problem.
The iMac G5 and iMac G5 (Ambient Light Sensor) computers have a video out port located on the back of the computer, which will mirror video. Video mirroring means you can see the same image that is on the iMac G5's flat-panel display on an external monitor, television, or projector. Using the video out port, you can mirror video with a compatible VGA display using the Apple VGA Display Adapter. You can also use the video mirroring feature with a television or projector that has S-video or composite video connectors when you use the Apple Video Adapter. Both the Apple VGA Display Adapter (M8639G/A) and the Apple Video Adapter (M9109G/A) are available separately, and are needed if you want to use your iMac with a VGA monitor cable, S-video cable, or composite video cable. The video mirroring feature is "plug and play". Simply connect a VGA display, television, or projector to the appropriate adapter (see above), then connect the adapter to the video out port located on the back of the computer. When you connect the adapter to the computer, the screen may refresh momentarily as the computer prepares itself for the new video output. The computer tries to match the resolution of the built-in and external display. If there is no match, the computer changes both screen resolutions and may black out areas on the built-in display in order to match the capabilities of the external display. Important: To ensure that your iMac G5 automatically detects the external display or projector, be sure you plug the adapter into the external display or projector before you plug it into the iMac G5. You can switch resolutions and frequencies for both the iMac G5 flat-panel display and the external display, television, or projector using Displays preferences. Want to watch a DVD movie disc on a television that's connected to your iMac G5? Select a 720 x 480 NTSC (in the United States) or 720 x 576 PAL (in Europe and other regions) resolution in Displays preferences. Tip: Because of the display limitations of most televisions, the images displayed on a television screen are usually not as high quality as those on the built-in display or an external monitor.
The probelm is probably your video card. To be able to play 3d games on a computer, it must be equipped with an external video card. According to your description you probably have an "onboard video solution" which is fine for normal use, web browsing pictures etc. But it does not have the required capacity to run 3d applications. My recommentdation to you; get all the information you can about this, the computer hardware industry specifically Video cards can be somewhat overwhelming to a beginner. Basically there are 2 types of Vcards, AGP and PCIE,. You need to find out which kind supports your computer, or else wont fit. Furthermore, you need to be comfortable with installing and uninstalling drivers and be prepared to rescue or even reinstall your operative system(windows) In case things go wrong. All this can be very difficult at first but once you get into it it keeps getting easier and is very rewarding. If you are not willing, or interested at all in any of this you should be beter off buying a gaming console, they are cheaper, easier, and will offer to you an overall better experience.