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Display problem when i play the game age of empires the whole screen gets blur after a while com restarts. 2. i use a cad software solidedge v19 if drivers r not installed it's fine, if i do it becomes very slow

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Hi,
Graphics problems are always an issue when playing games on PC,s. you need a hell of a system to Run top Notch Graphics.
Hence the XBOX 360/ PS3 are solely dedicated to running such graphics. Bear in mind that a Computer Multi-tasks. just to startup and run a windows operating system, is already using up a fair share of Your memory ( RAM ) And system resources.
Certain games require functions from the graphics cards to be present. i.e Anti-aliasing Or Accelerated graphics support et,c.
If you look at the games Minimum requirements, such as operating system-minimum memory-recommended graphics card et,c. This should point you towards what your system is lacking. You are probably lacking in Memory or graphics card Memory or Spec.
heres a suggestion. try freeing up some system memory, by closing down applications, that are not being used.
Also you could check the properties of your Graphics card, And maybe alter a few settings if supported by the Card.
Also ensure that you have the DirectX drivers installed that supports your O/S. Downloadable From Microsofts website.
hope this points you in the Right direction.
mike @ compurepair.

** please do not rate this Post until your problem has been solved/Resolved.

Thanks mike.

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