When I am playing online mmorpg my screen will suddenly dissolve into into a mess of small geometrical patterns and freeze. I have to reboot manually. Sometimes it happens every few minutes, sometimes a lot less. I have uninstalled the nvidia drivers and reinstalled them , no change.
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MMORPG Definition: MMORPG is an acronym for Massively Multiplayer Online
Role-Playing Game. These are role-playing games where thousands of
gamers play online in a virtual and persistent environment on the
Internet. Usage: If you have a natural tan, you probably aren't a hardcore
A Massively-Multiplayer Online Role-Playing
Game. An online game that is very similar to windows 95 with ICQ and a
fantasy background. Double-click everywhere to kill an endless stream of
monsters in a fantasy world and gain new powers. Do this for hours on
end while chatting with someone named "Drizzt23" or "MikethePike" about
where in Korea or France or Alabama you live and what was on TV last
night. Contrary to the name, these games do not feature role-playing, so
don't worry. Perfect for people who are too slow for Counter-Strike,
and with no friends or imagination for role-playing.
A: "Caleb played 34 hours of Lineage 2 this
B: "Wow, how many levels did he gain?"
A: "That was amazing, he gained 4 levels!! Unfortunately, he got a
cramp in his mouse-finger and had to quit."
B: "Awesome, he's a true role-player!"
My brand new Rhoomba worked perfect the first time. The second time using it, I was aghast to come home to the same issue.
My marble floors now have long scratches across the wide expanses of floor. In the areas where the rhoomba (I witnessed it doing this motion the first time I let it clean) does those small geometric patterns like in confined areas, those same geometric patterns appeared scratched into my marble floors in my condo!!!!
What's worse? They do not intend to do anything to repair the damage....just refund my money.
Find out what kind of interface your current one has, like PCI Express Or just PCI ect. Then go to best buy and buy the most expensive one you can afford with the same interface. If you have a built in graphics card then you may be stuck unless it has slot for an upgrade. Just see what slot your motherboard has for a graphics card before you buy one. If its an onboard but has a slot for a upgrade after installation turn off the onboard graphics card in your bios .
i was also had that type of problem. 1st you make sure that graphic card are installed your pc or not
because in my pc i haddent graphic card. i was installed graphic card in my pc then i never problem again so plz try it
Does your machine meet the games minimum requirements?
If so have you tried turning the graphics down in your game interface?
Laptop Graphics cards usually use your systems memory so they have a harder time rendering complex graphics. I play WoW and have my graphics turned up on my desktop but have them turned down to minimal for my laptop.
Vista also takes allot of system memory thus leaving less for your video card. If you are going to play games on it on a regular basis I would suggest you have a minimum of 2GIGs of memory.
Your graphics card might be going bad. The GPU might be getting too hot. Power down the machine, open the computer case and inspect the graphics card. If your graphic card has a fan, is it covered in dust. Get some of those compressed air cans from walmart or any other store, and blow out the dust.
If you still have a warranty on the PC, don't open the case, this may void your warranty. Since you are posting here, I will assume you don't have one, so go nuts with the Air cans.
Also you might have caused too much damage, and might need to get a new graphic card, but try the air cans first.