Question about Compaq Evo D510 Minitower (Open Box) (OB4700432011) PC Desktop
I was given a used Compaq Evo D510 tower computer and wanted to use it offline to play games. I've downloaded some and managed to play a few, but the computer seems to have compatibility issues with most of the games. I think it may be a driver issue or maybe my graphics card can't handle some of the info on these games as they are new ones. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Upgrading the windows version and adding ram and better video card may be a good solution. It couldn' hurt at least.
Try it and see if you can play you games.
Games are the most resourse hungry application that you can put your computer through. The ram size and video card memory size are critical for acceptable preformance.
Thank you and good luck,
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Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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