What's my problem? Really!?

November 21, 2011 at 20:06:36
Specs: Windows XP, 3gb
...I'm just wondering, i have games installed in my system and they quite runs smooth...
...i have passed the recommended system requirements for my games but i can't play them in the their highest resolution...

...i like 2k12 and Darksiders...

...my specs are:

AMD Sempron 2.7ghz
3 gb Memory
Inno3d graphics card: 2 gb
Biostar Mother Board
and Windows Xp is my OS...

...i'll be glad if you can help me...

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November 22, 2011 at 10:39:44
Try one or both of these:

1) if the Inno graphics card is an add-on card (ie not integrated on-board), check for for a newer graphics driver here: http://www.inno3d.com/support/downl...
If it's integrated, check for newer driver on the PC maker's website instead.

2) Try running the game in "compatibility mode".

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November 24, 2011 at 01:31:10
...oh thanks!... i've tried the compatibility mode many times
but it doesn't work....

...And i already have the latest driver(s) for my graphics card...
...and just to be sure, i install an new copy windows 7 in my system and
the result is still the same!... oh men ...

...Thanks for the reply sir...
...By the way, how would i know if it is integrated or not?...
...haha...i'm just still a beginner at this kind of thing(s)...

...looking forward for the reply...^_^...

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November 25, 2011 at 07:00:41
are u sure its an inno3d graphics card? because as far as i know inno3d graphics cards are cards and not inside the board.
but the cpu u have is old and is probably bottlenecking ur graphics card.
i still want to be sure that u have a card. to check if u have a card do the following(note that this is dont without opening side panel)
download gpu-z take a screenshot upload it here and we can tell u
or open up the side panel, then look at this pic
if u have something like this in ur pc then u have a card if not then u dont.
if u do then cpu is bottlenecking the card, or the card does not meet minimum requirements at all( u said 2GB i believe u are confused between shared memory and dedicated memory)

computers are a second home

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