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graphix card problems.

Discussion in 'Games' started by newplayer, Dec 31, 2012.

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  1. newplayer

    newplayer Thread Starter

    Dec 31, 2012
    Hi guys!
    I have a samsung R530,win 7 PRO, intel core duo [email protected],(RANM) Sustem type32bit operating sustem. I previously had win7 home premuim, i rebooted my notebook and it had a backupfile with a password witch nether i or the previous owner could remember so i hade to have a program loaded. That's how i ended up getting win 7 pro. My notebook coms standert with NVIDIA GEFORCE with CUDA. I tryed to play a game and it wouldnt run so i checkd my sustem to see what graphix card i have. its a standert VGA graphix addapter. is there any thing i could do to activate my NVIDIA card or even just see that it is still in my laptop. under audio it shows NVIDIA audio. Ive tried meny ways to get my notebook going so that i could play games please help me? New to the computering world so plz be specifick when explaining to me! Iv'e i need to send more details plz let me know ill go try aggain to run the game and acctivate the graphix card, and give u guy a detaild explenation of what is hapening. thank you guy's this is the best site ive got to since i tried getting my laptop going
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