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Intel graphics media accelerator

Trying to play Ghost Recon game, crashes, UBI site says the graphics card not up to it yet the PC is only 6 months old. Any solutions for a non-techy?

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Re: Intel graphics media accelerator

Are you trying to play GRAW? If yes you need a decent graphic card (Nvidia or ATI 6600 or 7600) at a minimum to play it decently. Onboard graphics like the Intel Graphics media accelerator in your case is NOT good enough to play GRAW.

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