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Games are not installing

I have cpu of intel with 512rom&operating is windows XPprofessional it is saying that for games to install display memory should be there . but i do not have it. please tell me how to obtain it

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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

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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