Error playing high definition games on new computer

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I have my new computer and everything is running smoothly. Except that some games like crysis has some issues and cannot be played easily. I think the problem is with my new graphics card GE 9300. So how can I revert with my old settings even if I have my new graphic card? Or how I can resolve this? Please help.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #98695

Error playing high definition games on new computer

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You haven’t mentioned about your operating system. So I am giving you the minimum requirements to run crysis but your requirement needs to be higher than the minimum requirement to run it smoothly. If you are using XP then your processor need to be 2.8 GHz RAM need to be 1 GB(DDR2),  Graphics card at least 256 MB NDVIDIA G F 6800 GT or grater. This is only to run the game not play it smoothly. If you need to be smooth then you should use higher than it. And last of all your graphics card is not below requirement is enough for running the game. But you have to keep your resolution low to play it smoothly on your PC. Just go to option then graphics option then make all things low.

OR buy a new pc which is more than  more than requirement.

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Error playing high definition games on new computer

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Hello Christian,

You may be getting that error because the video card drivers that you have on your computer are outdated and therefore they cannot support the games that you're playing. You will therefore need to do the following to resolve the issue.

You will need to update the graphics drivers on your computer to improve video performance. The following is how you will do it:

  • First ensure that your computer has internet access and then click Start.
  • After that locate Computer and right click on it.
  • In the window that will open click on device manager.
  • In the device manager window, look for the graphics drivers and then right click on them, and then update them online.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Carl

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