|The 6200LE was strickly a low end/entry level card when it was released about 8 yrs ago. Have a look at the following charts from 2005, the 6200 is dead last. It certainly hasn't gotten better with age.|
You listed your motherboard is an Intel D945GCCR which supports PCI-express. Hopefully you have the PCIe version of the 6200? If you have a standard PCI card, that makes the graphics performance all the worse. Do yourself a favor & get a decent video card.
There are plenty of vcards out that sell for under $25 (after rebate) that will spank the hell out of the lowly 6200 & send it home crying to it's mother. Look at this Radeon X1950 XT for just $21. It's an older card but was a top of the line gamer in it's day:
"earlier i was 4 gb bt 2 gb burnt"
Explain that comment. RAM doesn't generally "get burnt". And the only way it could would be if you overvolted the crap out of it or installed improperly.
In the meantime, clean the inside of your case & check the CPU temp as was suggested by Fingers.
Note to Kmart: please stick to asking questions, not answering them.