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I have nvidia geforce 7300se 7200gs inserted in my pc with configuration core2duo 3.0ghz processor and 2gb ddr2 ram and also 64MB integrated graphics. when I play games on 1280x1024 resolution it looks like the card can not handle that, but game is runing without any problems without nvidia card. what might be the problem?thank you

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    Hajrudin Cekric Feb 17, 2014

    Well mine windows resolution is 1280x1024 and that is also game resolution but it does not work. In meantime I was searching for solutions and figured out that problem might be in card actually it is too old or something like that, I need 128bit card and this one is 64. Card memory is 256MB but it is not helping. So I'll try that and hope it works. Anyway thank's al lot for posting solution. Cheers!

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I think I had a similar problem. I had to either adjust my default screen to 1280 or I had to make the game set to what my default screen size is for windows. I think if your windows default is different then the games resolution it has to do more work. Just a suggestion. Hope it helps. Tell me if it did please.

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The maximum performance of your video card is limited by the hardware you attach it to. In the display properties of Windows, your highest resolution is 1280x1024 because your monitor is not able to go any higher than this. This resolution is a typical maximum for a 17" monitor. Some 15" can do this, and some 19" can do this. In order to get a higher resolution, you'll need to get a bigger monitor with a higher native resolution. For example, a nice 24" monitor can only do 1920x1200. The video card can go higher, but it's limited by the monitor. 32bit color is your highest setting - that's 16 million colors. Your video card's 1GB of RAM only determines how much rendered data (usually 3D) it can store and move at any given moment, which is related to but not determined by your screen resolution. That's a very nice card - you should be able to get very good frame rates, color, and performance out of 32bit color and 1280x1024. If you want a higher resolution, you'll need to get a bigger monitor.

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The maximum performance of your video card is limited by the hardware you attach it to. In the display properties of Windows, your highest resolution is 1280x1024 because your monitor is not able to go any higher than this. This resolution is a typical maximum for a 17" monitor. Some 15" can do this, and some 19" can do this. In order to get a higher resolution, you'll need to get a bigger monitor with a higher native resolution. For example, a nice 24" monitor can only do 1920x1200. The video card can go higher, but it's limited by the monitor. 32bit color is your highest setting - that's 16 million colors. Your video card's 1GB of RAM only determines how much rendered data (usually 3D) it can store and move at any given moment, which is related to but not determined by your screen resolution. That's a very nice card - you should be able to get very good frame rates, color, and performance out of 32bit color and 1280x1024. If you want a higher resolution, you'll need to get a bigger monitor.

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