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Perhaps you have to many processes running, I don't know the specs of your computer. Try shutting down unnessary processes in Task Manager or Try a program I use for older computers , freeware Razer Game Booster: http://www.iobit.com/gamebooster.html
The simple answer is because you are playing a rather modern game on a computer that is not provisioned for playing modern high-end games.It looks like this model of computer includes an integrated Intel graphics chip with only 128 MB at the most. Intel integrated graphics chips are notorious for not being very good with games (unless the game si 5 years old or more). To play modern games, you need a computer with a discrete graphics adapter, and bare minimum 5000 MB to 1 or more GB of memory on the graphics card. Higher end systems might have several GB of on-card memory (it's been a while since I have checked).
Check that your system meets the games minimum requirement....Even if
one of your game's minimum requirement fails the game won't load...Also you may be having a hardware/software conflicting problem( common with "self made" computers).
Check your games on another computer if possible