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The circumstances which you are narrating are quite clear that your display card is getting heated up during playing 3D games due to which your laptop is getting rebooted. Now you require to either put up a heat sink on your display card or get an external display card.
My direct3ddevice9 crashes when i load any 3d game.. i have windows vista... Problem for HP Pavillion DV2815NR (KN998UAABA) PC Notebook... i load any 3d game.. i have windows vista home with 2gb ram 320gb hard disk... www.fixya.com/support/t5320207-direct3ddevice9_crashes
YOU HAVE THE 3D IN THE YOUR WINDOWS VISTA CONFIGURATION, ALSO YOU GO TO THAT SECTION AND SELECT THE PROGRAMS YOU WANT THE 3D TO WORK AND EVERY TIME YOU ACCESS THAT PROGRAM THAN IT WILL LOAD THE REQUIRED SOFTWARE TO RUN THAT CERTAIN PROGRAM AND WHEN YOU EXIT THE THE COMPUTER WILL SETR ITSELF BACK TO THE NORMAL OPERATION.
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If you upgraded from XP to Vista and didn't exceed the minimum system requirements for Vista, then that is why your laptop is "struggling to work". You should have done a compatibility check before the upgrade to see what upgrades you might have needed to install Vista, such as RAM (usually adding the maximum amount of RAM that your MotherBoard will accept/recognize will get you going with Vista. Otherwise to get your laptop back to speed you can reinstall XP (XP runs on a lot less resources than Vista requires). You mention a graphics card, and I can't imagine one that would require you to upgrade to Vista yet, though I could be wrong. Good Luck.