game graphics problem

Rockstar games Rockstar gta: san andreas...
May 16, 2010 at 09:16:02
Specs: Windows XP sp2
Hello sir i have a problem with a game named GTA san andreas.when i try to run ths game i saw a message that cannot set 800*600*32 video mode.my computer is on 800*600 video mode but my color is 24 bit.My graphics driver is intel 82815 graphics driver.i saw on googal that it cannot support 32 bit.now tell me how can i run this game.i want to run this game.tell me another way to run this game.

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#1
May 16, 2010 at 10:00:05
simple post ur specs first then well see?
but be aware that u NEED TO CHANGE UR CARD

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#2
May 16, 2010 at 10:12:33
can you describe it

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#3
May 16, 2010 at 10:37:54
ur system specs like ram cpu (procesor)ex:core2duo/pentium4 etc
but u have to know that the card u have is igp which sux cz its intel graphics
so u will need a dedicated graphics card like nvidia 9600gt
or HD 5670

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#4
May 16, 2010 at 10:42:54
You can't run that game, at least not with the i815 graphics. That's even older (and significantly slower) than Intel Extreme graphics.

If you have an AGP slot, you could put in a used Radeon 9600XT to significantly boost graphics and overall system performance. Your processor might be too slow to run GTA:SA (min: PIII-1000).

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#5
May 16, 2010 at 10:52:38
thats wut i was trying to say ... lol

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#6
May 16, 2010 at 23:55:28
what can be the benifit to change card.

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#7
May 17, 2010 at 07:59:49
"what can be the benifit to change card"

You wouldn't be changing the card because you don't have a card. You're currently using the graphics that are built into the motherboard & they're not powerful enough to play the game. There's nothing you can do to make the game playable with your current hardware setup...you need to install a video CARD.

We already know which graphics you have, but we also need to know the make/model of your motherboard, which processor you have & how much memory. Then we should be able to recommend some hardware upgrades. But it's very possible that your system is just too old to be worth sinking any money into.


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