Its a Acer Aspire 5920 laptop with a built in one. I have searched for a update and the game's start up video works I can see and hear it. But i still cannot see the menus but i can hear the audio. Your help is excellent so far.
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hithere your best bet is just to go onto the acer site and they will have all the updated drivers for windows vista on there. i had the sameproblem with my laptop which is also an acer. any problems then just emial meon email@example.com.
you can find the site by googleing acer support drivers
u can not change it ! but u don;t need to ! the video card will take the amount needed ! (if u don;t use any video application will take the minimum amount(8MB), when u start playing a game for example will increase the memory until it satisfies the needs, but not more than 358MB...)
Oh I see. It might be a game problem. Do you have any other games installed on your laptop? How about try to play a different game and check if you can see Menus. Another possibility is that the game requires a high end type video card (high video memory). Since your laptop uses built-in video card, the game wont run as it should due to system requirement failure.
Thanks. Driver Provider is Intel Coporation, that means the manufacturer's driver for your video card isn't installed yet. Here's what you can do. If your video card is built-in, you need to run the setup CD for your motherboard and install the Video Driver. Alternate solution is click on Update Driver let is search the net for the udpated driver.
Are you using built-in Video Card or a separate Video Card? What is the brand of your computer?