How i can Disable Shared Memory of a LAPTOP

Autodesk Autocad lt 2010 (full product)
January 26, 2011 at 16:55:31
Specs: Windows 7 Ultimate 32Bit, P8700 2.5GHZ / 4GB DDR3
Hi, everyone

I have a Acer Gateway ID58 Laptop and im confused why my AutoCAD 2010 is so slow and its graphics is not good enough compare to my ASROCK Wolfdale1333-667 Desktop PC... specs of 2GB DDR2 Memory only

My laptop is having a 512MB and its a NVIDIA GeForce G 105M and it also has a 4GB RAM DDR3

My Processor is Intel(R) Core 2 Duo P8700, I need help please suggest what to do.

I just want my Autodesk Autocad 2010 became like my Desktop PC speed on loading... my Desktop PC is more slower than my Laptop but i still dont know why its so slow to load and its graphics is sucks...


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#1
January 26, 2011 at 17:35:36
You need a much better laptop to run autocad. Most high end products now use gpu and they don't like laptop gpu's unless they are real high end.

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#2
January 26, 2011 at 18:11:08
You mean i cannot do anything to make it faster?

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#3
January 26, 2011 at 18:13:14
What does exactly AutoCAD 2010 need??? to make it more faster to load at startup opening a .dwg file and load a huge file faster?

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#4
January 27, 2011 at 06:23:47
For starters, you have the 32-bit version of Win7 so your system can't make full use of the 4GB RAM you have. The Geforce 105M does NOT use shared memory, it has 512MB of it's own dedicated memory.

You didn't post enough info about your desktop machine to be able to make a comparison. Which processor? Video card? Which OS? If it's an XP machine, there's a big performance difference right there.

The 2010 system requirements don't list any specific cards other than to say 128MB or greater 3D-capable workstation class card

http://images.autodesk.com/apac_sap...

The 105M definitely isn't "workstation class" but it should be able to handle it.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA...


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#5
January 27, 2011 at 12:57:49
Yes, I meant there would be only a few things that one might be able to do to improve the speed.

A much better system would be a proper solution I feel.

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#6
February 1, 2011 at 18:22:42
@ jefro what you mean system??? a new hardware or another new installation of programs such as Autodesk AutoCAD 2011 in a 32bit? i know 64bit will use the 4GB RAM capacity but i also in need of new higher speed. The Processor itself need a higher Specs... like i7 right??? if i just can upgrade it to that i7 it is now good and i would likely to see if it is better now

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