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It cannot play a game that needs the newest graphics card but the computer has the newest graphics card
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
log on to www.support.dell.com
there is a search box at top right corner
go for an Nvidia card 512 MB
but this would be the best
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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Vista? that might explain alot. Some games that are designed for older systems won't run well on Vista so it could be that as your problem and speeds are very slow in Vista Systems compared to XP ones and this may be whats causing your lag. Ill give you a Vista Update but due to the system, it won't do much good im afraid. All i can offer is a machine with way superior graphics or a downgrade to windows XP which is not as simple as it sounds. There may be one more thing you can do to help you, increase your Virtual memory which i am not so sure how to do on Vista so Google it, or defragment your Hard Drive which again im not sure where it is so Google it if you don't know. Sorry i can't be of any greater help
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
Make sure the driver for the notebook from the manufacturers website is installed, and not the video driver from Microsoft's Windows Update. After that, update Java, Adobe Flash and Adobe Shockwave. Finally, check for updates for DirectX (version 9.0C). Post back your results, please.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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I want you to make sure that you dont see any message(Not Error) when you turn on your Laptop.
If it displays "The last shutdown was due to overheat(Thermal Heat).
if this is the case, it means that your processor is being used to the atmost. If this happens, inorder not to harm your processor, the computer will be shut down abruptly. Actually, we have a Cool Sink Cream between the Processor and the fan just above the processor.
if the Cool sink cream is dried up, or dripped away, the processor cant distribute the heat to the heat taker.
so, the processor cant resist itself from being heated.
Even you dont see this message, this issue could be of the similar problem.
We may not resolve this from home, but we can follow a workaround.
when you use your laptop, allow some air to flow under/beneath the laptop, so that it might not get heated that much earlier.
Also, we buy and fix a cooling fan set for the laptop to keep it kool all the time we use or we can put it on some book or in some hight in such a way that the air openings under the laptop are not covered and the openings can take air.
If you still dont see any change, you can contact the Service Center to get the unit serviced.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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