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Out of video memory O_o

Just recently ill be playing a game on my pc and it will crsh and say its out of video memory or out of memory

it didnt do this when i 1st bought it
it does it for all my games
i looked this problem up online and some other people were having the same problem
so i went to Nvida's website and installed the driver for my Video card
it still gives me the same error
i have my pc set up for performance mode and still
it crashes

please help!! :[

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  • zarul_therev Jan 08, 2009

    i also have out of video memory prob..what it means??



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Honestly, I would say buy a new video card. The nvidia FX series cards are just plain horrible. You should be able to find a decent replacement for pretty cheap. It's a pretty easy swap to do, maybe even fun, if you're into that sort of thing!! ;-)

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Hi dear


you can use a new nvidia denonator

or try to change your memory module




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