On startup the game tells me to install update to my graphics driver so the game want shut down. I download it and when i try to install it it tells me this,The setup program couldnt locate any drivers that are compatible with your current hardware. Well needles to say, when i try to play it, it shuts down on start up, at the menue!! Can u please help, thanks
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hi before starting windows press f8 then safe mode when windows started chang the resulotion to lower mode and restart if still the problem safmode - uninstall vga driver > restart > install vga driver again by
Try reinstalling the drivers from AMD. If that doesn't help the problem, use a program like GPU-Z to monitor the temperature of the graphics card. If a graphics card overheats, it will shut the computer down giving a blue screen. If it ends up it is overheating, try taking the side of the computer while you're playing a game or installing another fan.
There is a software that comes preloaded with dell called Synaptics Pointing Software .See to that it is installed.From the software enable the required scrolling mode.by moving your finger up and down slightly pressed along the right most areas of the touch pad allows vertical scrolling while moving the finger horizontally at the bottom side of the touch pad allows horizontal scrolling.Also see to that the synaptics software is enabled at startup
Hi, Laptops are not really designed for heavy gaming like warhammer. The reason the laptop is getting hot is because all the system resources are being used to power the graphics card so you get a decent gaming experience, the more you work the laptop the hotter it will get. If you want to do some serious gaming then it's recommended that you get a desktop for that purpose as with a desktop you can change the internal components to suit you. If you want to carry on using the laptop then it's a good idea to purchase a cooling mat for the laptop to help keep it cool while play your games. If you carry on playing heavy games as you are then at some point the graphics chip burn out.
turn your graphics settings down.make sure nothing else is running when playing games.Also most games play ok, but a gaming pc works best.And you say your pc is a few years old things slow down over time.make sure u have all service pack updates and windows/firewalls virus removers running in the back ground will really slow you down.disconnect fron net and shut them down
audio track in ulead video studio 10 plus -attribute volume is set to zero and grayed so i cant activate it.checking it. checking duplicate audio track activates audio by track but mutes again when i play the project-used to work.system dell XPS M1730
In my experience, game crashes usually occur due to graphic card drivers needing to be updated, they are either old or corrupt. Go to nvidia.com and download the latest drivers. Another thing to check is your device manager for any devices listed that are having trouble or not installed. I can help you more with this part if you tell me what operating system you are using.
Notebook computers unless made specifically for gaming aren't able to play the graphic intense games like gears of war and games that are graphic intense, I run an sli machine with dual graphics cards, ans still cannot play on the highest graphics settings on some machines, the new motherboards are runnong 3 an 4 video cards for gaming rigs. Most notebooks run shared graphics memory and don't have a seperate card for graphics, look at the alienware notebooks, and you will see what I am talking about, unless you have a 'Gaming laptop" custom job, playing the latest games is out for most normal laptops.
What are the Direct X recommendations for the game? Is your direct X up to date.?
You can check if your graphics card is compatible with 3D graphics by going to Start>run (just on the right below search), and type in dxdiag,
This will bring up your direct X diagnosis program and enable you to run some checks.
Check to see if 3D graphics Accelleration is enabled and then run the video and sound checks to make sure that you are having no problems.