Hi my N3230 display lines whenever i launch any type of game it starts ok then when you start to play you get alot of black lines across the screen. i updated the firmware from V3.0 to V5.0614.0 but it did not help.
help me please
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To open the Windows Vista games folder, you'd normally click on the Games Explorer link in the Start Menu.
You have to ensure that it appears there in the first place.
If it doesnt appear, Click Start > Rt Click > Properties > Start Menu tab > Customize > Select Games > Display as a link or Display as a menu > OK > Apply > OK
Incidentally, if you type Shell:Games in Vista's start menu search bar and hit enter, then too the games folder will open.
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But if the Games Explorer folder does not open in your Windows Vista, here is what you may try.
Type cmd in Vista's start menu. When cmd appears as a result, rt click on it and select Run as administrator.
In the elevated command prompt, type regsvr32.exe gameux.dll
and hit Enter. This will re-register the ganeuxdll file.
It should help.
If you are experiencing display issues (dim, blank or half-blank screen, ghosted image, etc.) with a Virtual Console game while using the Component Video Cable, please read the following:
Some Virtual Console games default to displaying 240 lines of video. Some HD TV's are unable to display a signal with only 240 lines. Try the steps below to set the Wii to output 480 lines of video, which may solve the problem:
While on the Wii Channel Menu (main screen of the Wii), connect a Nunchuk to Wii Remote.
Select the Virtual Console game from the Wii menu, then select "Start" to begin the game.
When the game starts, press the Home button on the Wii Remote. (In many games, the music can be heard when the game starts.)
Select "Operations Manual" from the Home menu.
Press the Z + A + 2 Button simultaneously (the Z Button is on the Nunchuk). A sound will be heard if the button combination has been entered correctly.
Close the Home menu. The game should now display correctly. Note: You will not have to do this the next time you play, as the Wii console will remember these settings.
If the Virtual Console game is still not displaying properly, but all other games work fine, please call 1-800-255-3700 so that we may assist you further.
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
FIXED : Before you start your legacy game, software where the "Recommanded Mode 1280 x 1024 60Hz" keeps showing, change your display FROM VIDEO CARD DISPLAY control application to 1024x768 or your choice.
My Syncmaster 2233 had same problem of "Not optimum mode" box coming on whenever I started any old game like Age of Empires etc. It got fixed by selecting FROM DISPLAY CARD DRIVER CONTROL UTILITY's (mine from Catalyst Control Center) >Set desktop area to > 1024 x 768 in my case BEFORE STARTING old application/game. Switch back to your normal resolution after you are done with this application.
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