|08 Oct 2012||#1|
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Gaming - Graphics Problem
Playdom Inernet Game freezing in play - cannot locate problem. Java, Flash Player all up to date. Tried to update driver - Graphics Win 7 64 bit says - existing graphics driver is up to date (very old.) Not sure what to do. Ran aero test - score
Diagnostic Report (1.9.0027.0) I have test results saved.
Aero Test results - Paint - Print Screen results 2 pages
Processor CPS 4.9
Memory Ram 4.9
Graphics desktop perf. for AERO 1.0
Gaming Graphics 1.0
Primary Hard Drive disk xfer rate 5.9
Notes - Video Card driver does not support Aero effects - update video driver
Current video card driver isn't compatible with WDDM
My system info is in my User profile in Seven Forum.
Thank you - by the way I did a reinstall of win 7 pro 64 bit
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|22 Oct 2012||#3|
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Gaming Graphics Problem thread - ADDRAM:STILL NEED USEFUL REPLY
Here's ADDRAM's reply:
"Uninstall your graphics drivers, restart the machine, let windows install drivers.
Let us know if problem persists.
You need a new, better card. 1.0 come on man.
5.0 or better.
You did all the work yourself and the answer is right in front of you."
First - It appears Addram didn't refer to my basic system info - I have a Dell 1520 Laptop. The suggestion the answer is right in front of me was nonproductive.
It's not like I can - with a laptop - just replace a card that is permanently. Attached to the board. I welcome any useful resolutions that relate to the problem and my 1520 Laptop
Java - up to date
Adobe Flash Player version - up to date
All other relevant adobe, Windows sodftware have been updated.
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