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26 Nov 2011   #1

64-bit Operating System
 
 
Why i Can't ..

Hey Guys

im new in this forums so i dont know if i can post this problem here or no.

today i downloaded pes2012 and when i tried to run it i get this error




idk if my laptop can run this game or no

anyway here some details about my laptop

Manufacturer : Dell
Mode : N5110
Rating : 5.9
Processor : Intel(R) Core (TM) i5+2410M CPU @2.30GHz 2.30GHz

Installed memory ( RAM ) : 6.00GB

Please If You Can Help Me Reply Here Fast

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26 Nov 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64
 
 

So according to that error message, your graphic card does not have enought VRAM memory...
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26 Nov 2011   #3

64-bit Operating System
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by StalkeR View Post
So according to that error message, your graphic card does not have enought VRAM memory...

Where I Can Find My VRAM Memory ?

and isn't Vram = Ram ?
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26 Nov 2011   #4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Click on Start -> Run

Type in dxdiag. You will get the VRAM under display tab.
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26 Nov 2011   #5

64-bit Operating System
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by champ2010 View Post
Click on Start -> Run

Type in dxdiag. You will get the VRAM under display tab.
I Tried It But What It Called ?

Total Memory or something ?
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26 Nov 2011   #6

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

VRAM is your video memory. It shows up under the Display tab as Approx. Total Memory.

Edit: Actually, this is not entirely true. The above only shows how much total memory is available to your graphics card; this includes shared system memory. To obtain your actual VRAM, you need to do the following.
1. Right-click on the Desktop and click Personalize.
2. Click Display in the bottom left corner of the Window.
3. Click the Change display settings on the left column.
4. Click the Advanced settings link to view the total available memory to the graphics card as well as the dedicated memory. The dedicated memory is how much memory your video card has, the true value of VRAM.
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26 Nov 2011   #7

64-bit Operating System
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by writhziden View Post
VRAM is your video memory. It shows up under the Display tab as Approx. Total Memory.

Edit: Actually, this is not entirely true. The above only shows how much total memory is available to your graphics card; this includes shared system memory. To obtain your actual VRAM, you need to do the following.
1. Right-click on the Desktop and click Personalize.
2. Click Display in the bottom left corner of the Window.
3. Click the Change display settings on the left column.
4. Click the Advanced settings link to view the total available memory to the graphics card as well as the dedicated memory. The dedicated memory is how much memory your video card has, the true value of VRAM.

Thanks Now I Found It


Details :

Total Available Graphics Memory : 1696 MB
Dedicated Video Memory : 64 MB
System Video Memory : 0Mb
Shared System Memory : 1632Mb

That all what i got but i didn't understood anything of them
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26 Nov 2011   #8

Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
 
 

Inspiron 15R Laptop

Quote:

<H3>Video Card

</H3>
  • Intel HD Graphics/HD Graphics 3000 with up to 1.6GB Dynamic Video Memory
  • AMD Radeon™ HD 6470M (64-bit) 512MB (Dual)
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 525M (128-bit) 1GB (Quad)



Taken from the Dell web page. We need to know which video card you have in your laptop.
One of the above three should be listed.
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26 Nov 2011   #9

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

You have 64 MB of VRAM on your graphics card. It shares 1632 MB with your separate memory plugged into the motherboard. The error you got earlier is due to the 64 MB being lower than the required 128 MB needed by the software you are trying to run, so the software may not perform as it would for someone with a higher end graphics card, and there may be instability with the software as a result (it may crash, or be slow, or stop working for some time before starting again [it may hang]).

Edit: The only way to know if your computer can run the game is to try it. It may run just fine, or you may find the experience too sluggish (the image moves in a choppy manner, or it stops at times before starting), or it may crash to the desktop when it runs and the game stops working altogether. The best way to find out if it works is to play and see whether you like the experience or not.
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26 Nov 2011   #10

64-bit Operating System
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by writhziden View Post
You have 64 MB of VRAM on your graphics card. It shares 1632 MB with your separate memory plugged into the motherboard. The error you got earlier is due to the 64 MB being lower than the required 128 MB needed by the software you are trying to run, so the software may not perform as it would for someone with a higher end graphics card, and there may be instability with the software as a result (it may crash, or be slow, or stop working for some time before starting again [it may hang]).

Edit: The only way to know if your computer can run the game is to try it. It may run just fine, or you may find the experience too sluggish (the image moves in a choppy manner, or it stops at times before starting), or it may crash to the desktop when it runs and the game stops working altogether. The best way to find out if it works is to play and see whether you like the experience or not.

I Tried It Now But When I Start Playing it crash


Anyway Is There Any Soulution For This Problem ? I Mean how i can make it run better
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