Make sure you have the most current version of DirectX as well
Also make sure any game you play is updated to the most current available as well.
if you are still having trouble playing games once this is done I would look at the games specs to see what its minimal and max required to play it. and see how it matches up with your current configuration.
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Kindly double check the system requirement of your game.
The specification of your PC must meet or even exceed the system requirement of the game before you can play the l4d.
If there is a need for upgrade specifically with your graphic card, please do so.
For me, you must have at least 512MB graphic card to play lots of games.
Does your system support the following minimum requirements for playing the game?
800 MHz Intel Pentium III or 800 MHz AMD Athlon or 1.2GHz Intel Celeron or 1.2 GHz AMD Duron processor
128 MB of RAM
8 speed CD / DVD drive
915 MB of free hard disk space
(+ 635 MB if video card does NOT support DirectX Texture Compression)
32 MB video card with DirectX 9.0 compatible drivers ("GeForce" or better)
Sound Card with DirectX 9.0 compatible drivers Keyboard & Mouse
Your motherboard has
Intel® Extreme Graphics 2 controller as the onboard graphics controller. Search the Internet whether it is capable of rendering the graphics in order to play the game and latest drivers for your onboard graphic card are installed.
Perhaps the rendering engine is corrupt? Does the board experience any crashing or blue screens inside windows or any other gui? is it only giving you trouble in the game? Perhaps the game was written for an older chipset and cannot be rendered on this platform.
It is referring to the capabilities of your video subsystem. Check your motherboard manual if you are using an on-board video controller or the documentation for your add-in video card to see if it supports this feature. If it doesn't, you will need to buy a video card that supports it in order to play the game.
There are a few options open to you.
I will first say, all games are not created equal
First: get the new drivers for the onboard vid card.
also, is the card nVidia based? its seen in dispaly in control panel.
Also go to Microsoft and get lasted "DIRECTX" 9.0C or later driver.Let me know...
OK.....first of all u need a graphics card to play games. At least not all games. Some games do not need a graphics card. It all depends on the game..... Display memory is the memory of ur graphics card.....it starts from 32mb and goes upto 320 mb( price increasing accordingly)
To find out how much display memory u already have go to:
Start>Run, type dxdiag and press enter. a dialog box opens up...... now click the display tab on top.
This area gives u info on ur current display memory...........
If u want u can give me the details listed under that display tab in the device section and i can tell u a list of games tht will work and also suggest necessary upgrades