I've had my laptop for some 2 yrs now with very little problem. However, recently whenever I try to play a game requiring some heavy graphics, it freezes and makes an almost grinding beeping sound, with the only solution a complete restart. For the first yr n a half, all of these games worked fine, but recently all I get is freezes. I was wondering what the issue could be?
Ive tried already reinstalling windows and updating my driver, but these games all used to work, so im guessing either something has changed or something has gone faulty. Any help?
Oh, and around 4 months ago i upgraded my memory, maybe that has something to do with it, but i never thought RAM and graphics cards need to match,...but maybe Im wrong... anyway thx for the help.
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It's probably because of flash player or an api of it. You can try to upgrade your flash player. It might work. Also I suggest you to use Google Chrome for less headache :) also you can try to login facebook and play your gamea on Chrome. It will probably solve your problem
uninstall your flash player ,,, and download a fresh copy from the adobe site ,,, if the problem persists check out the cpu fan and the heat sink ,,, clean the fan and the sink and apply some heat paste ,,,,
it seems like ur display driver is causing the problem, I too play league of legends, its fun game :D I have nvidia, and it did the same thing, if u have nvidia try this: 1.Device Manager 2.Display adaptors3. nvidia GeForce, or other model of nvidia4.Browse computer for driver software5.Let me click on a list of device drivers6.Have disk7.Browse8.C:\nvidia\winvista\<version>\english where u might find it 9.nv_disp.inf10.ok11.click on the device12.Next, and thats it, found this solution, on youtube, but it worked for me :D
looks like you have enough ram and a good video card ... maybe try this http://www.iobit.com/gamebooster.html just down load and run this when you play your games... make sure you turn it off when your done playing games
Your Graphics Card (other names: video card, video/graphics adapter, GPU) is basically the video processing circuits used to process the games video output. These "cards" come in all shapes and sizes, and the one in your laptop may not be supported by this game. With laptops, there almost defiently not replacable.
You can confirm what type of video card you have in vista by following these steps:
1. Click the start menu, locate "Computer" right click it to bring up the right-click menu, then click "Properties"
2. On the left of the System Window, click "Device Manager"
3. Expand the "Display Adapter" branch and it will display the name/type of card you have.
4. Go to http://thesims2.ea.com/help/detail.php?help_id=281 and confirm whether or not your card is supported
Unfortuently computers havn't reached the point of universality... But we love the dynamics of them :D
Need more information on your laptop. Model Number, Processor, Memory Hard Drive. Have you Defrag the Hard drive, Clean Temps File, Clean free space, Derag Memory, Defrag Registry, Clean Registry. Tell me what you have done so far, to help determine whats needed in the future.