|I got a new video card and installed it, now games are running choppier that ever before! Here's what I have: Windows Vista 32-bit Service Pack 2, Asus P5W DH Deluxe Motherboard, Intel Core 2 2.40 GHz CPU, 2.00 GB RAM, and the video card I had was: EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GT, the new one is: ZOTAC GTS 450. When I uninstalled the old card I uninstalled by going into the "Control Panel" then "Device Manager" right clicking on my old card and going to "properties" then clicked the "driver" tab and clicked "uninstall" then shut down my computer, installed the new card, restarted, put the CD that came with the new card in and installed drivers off of it. I tried playing Battle for Middle-Earth 2 and Crysis, bother where choppy with settings that ran smoothly on the old card, so I went back to "Device Manager" right clicking on my new card and then clicking "uninstall" from there, then re-installed drivers from the CD again and same thing.|
Really frustrating! Any help would be greatly appreciated! If I wasn't clear anywhere just tell me and I'll try to clarify. Thanks in advance!