Nba live 08 displays an error having played it for more than 5 minutes,, appcrash,, whts that mean? my laptop is a core 2 duo, 1500mb ram, intel gma 950 graphics, windows vista home premuim operating system, how can i fix it? hope you can help me,, tnx a lot
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The only thing that counts in gaming is the video card and your laptop uses a miserable one : an integrated Intel GMA X3100. So yes, you can install it, but it will run like shyte even at the lowest settings.
Ofcourse 2.4 ghz is better than 2.1 ghz but its not a very big difference if price difference is more than 100$ than go for first one else second one is good and the most important thing i want to mention is that it all depends upon your needs you havent mention for what purpose you are going to purchase. But both are enough for gaming, daily use and for techie as well.
try deleting and then reinstalling the NBA Live 08 application to the computer and if that won't work. I recommend clicking on start,all programs,accessories, system tools, and then system restore. This will restore your appliction to working condition without erasing all the info and files off your computer. Just make sure you run a system restore to the latest restore point or day you knew NBA Live 08 was working and it should be just fine.
For your first question...dedicated memory is only the memory that is always going to be used as part of running your video card. Unless your computer is pushed to its limits RAM wise, you should be fine. So with your first chipset 64mb of ram will always be used to run your video card. the 797mb is shared meaning it will fluctuate depending on your video cards needs. For your seconds question, no your really cannot. Unless you want to risk completely screwing up for computer by modifying your bios. You really do not need more dedicated memory unless you are having preformance problems, then i would recommend a whole new laptop. The 64mb vs 128mb dedicated memory in bios could be an error or your video card might actually have 128mb dedicated memory. Anyway if you ahve anymore questions fel free to contact me. Best of luck