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It is possible nvidea has ram memory not functioning properly, or the laptop is busy with other programs causing a brief interruption while watching your video player. Check to make sure you have latest update on your video graphics card, and contact nvidea about your problem, may have a fix.
Yes, you will have very poor 3D unless you get a video card that is better. The integrated graphics are usually only for 2D windows stuff, not games. If you want to get any graphics card, it will be alot faster, and not give you problems. Other then that, there really isn't anything you can do software wise to fix it.
this happens if the rams are of different frequencies have a check with the both the ram frequency ... if they are different then remove 1 ram .... & try increasing the virtual memory in the OS ... if you are using the windows xp .. then to increase the virtual memory just go to control panel >system>advanced>advanced>virtual memory settings>increase the virtual memory for the drive in which the os is installed .... increase nearly to the double of the ram memory you use ....
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Hi BIOS21, I know this much. I know you're motherboard can not use a PCI-Express video card. You're board can not support SLI. I know from looking & reading the manual for the MSI KM4-L you're board supports an AGP video card. I also know some AGP video cards need extra power for them to function. This varies from card to card. You did find an open power port on you're AGP NVIDA 6600 256MG 128bit card. So plug in the power cord. Every AGP card receives power from the AGP port. Enough to run the fan. Depending on the card it may also need more power provided by the system to function. This is you're case. The power connector would not be on the card if it was not needed. Other AGP cards use the same power cord as a floppy drive. (Just so you know).