My Laptop has recently been giving me problems when playing a online game. it will black out for a few seconds and then reappear saying "display driver stopped responding and has recovered" i've tried to update my driver but it seems what my laptop has isn't what matches with HP.com's downloadable drivers for my model. It says my model should have Nvidia but really under device manager it says " Mobile Intel(R) 945GM Express Chipset Family" I tried to download the Nvidia to see if it'd work but after trying to install it, it brings up and error message saying it doesn't fit my model which HP's driver page says it should. I'm lost on what to do and dont know if maybe i should buy a new graphics card, although i've been told with it being a laptop it might be impossible. Can someone Help me?
Do one thing.just call up your hp customer care ask the exact website for updating your bios.also update the drivers of ur intel graphics card. most high end online games need latest nvidia graphics card.You made a mistake by purchasing intel graphics card.
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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
Hi I suggest you update your display driver first and then update others as well. Wrong drivers and incompatible bios versions can cause many problems....
The link is directly to your lenovo website for the Lenovo 3000 Y500 laptop. Incase your model is different let me know the exact model. It will be listed underneath your laptop on a sticker with bar code.
Other than RAM there are also other things to be considered to be able to experience great gaming experience. Commonly the slow and laggy experience are due to insufficient RAM, low video memory, internet connction if your playing online,disk space and processor. And no its nor a driver issue. The best way is to solve this is to check the recommended "system requirements" of the games your playing. If all requirements are met i'm pretty sure you'll be able to play games smoothly. good luck!
more info ... model of laptop, year it was made, how much RAM you got and video card it's using?
did ya also try un-installing game, un-installing the video driver, cleaning your registry, restarting the laptop, re-installing video driver from tosiba's driver website page then re-installing the game (downloading the newest video drivers from Nvidia may cause a B.S.O.D. install at your own risk if you do so) ...
or playing around with the resolution either thru the O/S display properties or in the game video options??