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Installing a new video card

My parents bought me Guitar Hero 3 for my computer but it doesn't support the video card in my computer. I have an Acer Aspire Laptop. I dont know which video cards will fit in my computer much less where to put them.

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Re: Installing a new video card

You can not upgrade the video in a notebook computer, or at least any that I've ever heard of. Sorry about that.

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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I try to boot up and the dash lights up but the screen won't respond - totally blank. tried to hook up an external monitor and it doesn't see anything -- is it necessarily toast?

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When i play 3d games like Guitar Hero III for example, the game play is all rugged and its very hard for me to hit the notes! so with my other . computer games like GTA San Andreas, the game play is too...

Unfortunately you have a notebook not a gaming PC so there isn't much you can do. Go into bios and if it will let you increase the shared video memory. When loading the game go into it's settings and turn all the extra video features off. Intel tend not to make the best gaming video chips and I don't know of any laptops that are upgradeable.
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its a common problem with Laptop after a year i guess.. mainly in case of Acer. the reason behind these issue is due to loose connection of the screen and the main laptop body.. i dont think your laptop is underwarranty. so boss have to spend a bit of money and also get a new compitable video card.. cheer!!

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