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Have you been able to play other modern games on your laptop? I'm thinking the graphics card built into the laptop simply might not be powerful enough to handle the game, unfortunately.
That particular graphics chipset has been known to not perform too well on more demanding games, even Modern Warfare 2.
Some steps you might take would be to lower some of the settings in the game. Turn off anisotropic filtering, anti-aliasing, anything you can lower to speed up gameplay. Adding RAM to your computer may also help, but I don't think you'll be able to get a completely fluid game out of that laptop sadly.
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when you right-click before taking a shot, it speeds up time to make a
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Not much can be done for gaming on laptops, unless you shell out over $2000 for a dedicated gaming laptop.
Ram could be a big issue, depending on how much you have. The screen resolution that you are playing at, the detail levels, and possible network connection speed can all contribute to a laggy game experience.
Try turning off any background services that you do not need when you are playing (ie. skype, iTunes, etc...), perhaps checking your video card to see if you have the latest drivers as well.
most games require you have a certain amount of mbps (speed of connection) to prevent lagging. a slow connection may be your problem. if you are using a wireless adapter try actually plugging the ethernet cable into the console. also, have you set up your network options and saved them to a memory card?
-Could be overheating causing many things to happen...
-do you have high speed net
-If you are wirless do you have a good router for gaming
-dirty lense in dvd drive. "only if it happens to all your game"
Hope this help
Other than RAM there are also other things to be considered to be able to experience great gaming experience. Commonly the slow and laggy experience are due to insufficient RAM, low video memory, internet connction if your playing online,disk space and processor. And no its nor a driver issue. The best way is to solve this is to check the recommended "system requirements" of the games your playing. If all requirements are met i'm pretty sure you'll be able to play games smoothly. good luck!
First, try to reset and reconfigure the router. If that doesn't resolve the issue, you must update the firmware of the router. After updating the firmware, it is recommended to do a hard reset. Hold the reset button at the back of the router for 20 seconds, then unplug the power cable for 20 seconds and plug it back in. That should resolve the laggy issue.