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Computer Crashing during Starcraft Video Game

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I am having problems with my computer crashing during gameplay of Starcraft. I was wondering what I should do as far as downloading additional drivers to winfast k7s 741mg sereis.

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There are a few things you can do that may help the game from not crashing. (Check for game updates online).
1. Start the game. Enter the game's settings & lower the video settings. (You're video card is part of the foxconn motherboard & it uses you're main memory to run the video).
2. You can enter you're bios (Use you're manual for this). Increase the total amount of memory for you're Integrated Ultra-AGP™II Graphics card.
3.Run windows system defrag. Click the start button, slide up to Accessories, than slide over & down to system tools, click on defrag. Click on local drive C:\ (This will take sometime to complete).(Restart you're PC when complete).
4. Download & install this free RegCure software that will clean you're windows & improve the systems overall peformance. (Please read instruction for the program).
RegCure should be run before running system defrag.

RegCure download. (Click on the link). (Cleans windows regestry).
http://www.pctuneuptips.com/recommends/clean/?gclid=CL2RiIrTmpICFSFMGgodODIPzg

Download & install this free Ultra WinCleaner for you're PC.
http://www.freedownloadscenter.com/Utilities/File_Cleanup_Utilities/Ultra_WinCleaner_2000_Download.html

Good Luck! Enjoy!

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Go to www.foxconn.com and see if you can find any upgrades on any drivers for your motherboard if there is download them and see if that works if not see about upgradeing to higher memory

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