WHEN EVER I PLAY A HIGH RESOLUTION GAME LIKE NEED FOR SPEED MOST WANTED OR I TRY TO OPEN 2 OR THREE APPLICATION SIMULTANEOUSLY MY COMPUTER RESTART ITSELF.
FIRST I THOUGHT IT MIGHT BE SOME HARDWARE PROBLEM SO I EXCEEDED RAM BY 1 GB. I HAD ALSO REPLACED THE SAME BOARD WITH ANOTHER BRAND NEW D102GGC2 BOARD.AND STILL THERE IS A PROB... COULD ANY ONE HELP ME. I WILL BE GREATLY THANKFULL
I'd be leaning towards a hardware problem most likely your video card. Could you post some more specs on your computer eg video card(type, size, slot type) how much ram you have now, what operating system your running, what resolution your trying to run these games at and what options eg anti-aliasing etc. and what size monitor. The extra information will make it easier for me to provide a more accurate solution to your problem.
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This is cause the game you are trying to play is configured to play in a high resolution but your Monitor not supporting this resolution. If you havent try to play older games, try to play an older game and see if this is happening again. Thanks. Please Rate my Solution.
That monitor has a native resolution of 1440x900 (I used to have one). If the game is feeding the monitor too high a resolution, the monitor can't display it and.....input not supported. So, if the game has a configuration option (without going into the game itself) set the resolution to 800x600 and try to play. If it works, bump up the resolution until it looks acceptable.
hi, There will be no difference in performance or graphics between the pirated version and the legal version. They both works just the same way. And about your issue, try installing more recent driver update for your graphic card.
Check the requirements printed at the back of each game. this will tell you if the game runs. If some game is slow try disabling the antivirus while you run the game, remember to restart antivirus afterward. Do not use software accelerator, majority of them are useless, some of them carries malaware and viruses.
not a problem, slow display response, if the graphic card is "onboard" try to give him some more memory in the bios.
maybe you run too many aplications together - close open apps.
maybe you play a very high resolution demanding game - lower the resolution in game,
maybe you have very little RAM on computer (at least 512 MB) - buy more RAM,
maybe you have a virus or malaware that "eats" memory- run a complete check