Quote: Originally Posted by Music Guy123
I am sorry this is late, have been out all day. I don't really want better graphics, however, when watching hd movies on my TV through HDMI cable, the video is stilted. Is this the cpu, graphics card, HDD or a mixture??? Also, I have updated my scores with no effect. Anyway, here is my hardware:
It's your graphics card. Or rather, your lack of one.
An integrated Graphics chip, isn't really a graphics card per se. It utilizes your CPU to render the graphics, wheras a dedicated GPU does it all by itself. This is what is known as "hardware accelleration" or "using the graphics card to do the grunt work" in laymans terms. Even a very basic graphics card is capable of running HD video. Nvidia claim (although I haven't tested this) that their GPU's can run HD even on a 1.8Ghz Atom processor.
As your graphics chip has "M" at the end, I'm going to go ahead and assume that you have a laptop, I'm not sure whether it would be possible to get a GPU for your Laptop, I don't really know alot about that to be honest, although I am aware that there are Laptop Graphic cards.