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Need For Speed Underground

Discussion in 'Games' started by **__**, Sep 17, 2004.

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  1. **__**

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    When I try to start the game Need For Speed Underground nothing happens.Why?How do I fix this problem???????????I have Windows XP Pro.
     
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    Need more details...
    I need all your system spec's (processor, memory/ram, hard drive, active processess [if possible])
     
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    Processor x86 Family 6 Model 8 Stepping 3 GenuineIntel ~731 Mhz
    OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional
    Total Physical Memory 192.00 MB
    Available Physical Memory 21.60 MB
    Total Virtual Memory 658.20 MB
    Available Virtual Memory 308.85 MB
    Hard Disk Drive C:Size 38.28 GB (41,101,688,832 bytes)
    Free Space 27.09 GB (29,087,690,752 bytes)
     
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    MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
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    Windows 98, 98 Second Edition, ME, 2000 Professional, XP Professional, or XP Home operating system
    Intel Pentium III (or compatible) CPU running at 700Mhz or higher
    32MB DirectX 9 compatible video card (Geforce2 or higher) using a
    supported chipset (see below)
    128MB of RAM (256 MB using Windows 2000 or XP)
    DirectX compatible sound card
    Hard Drive Space: 450 MB free Hard Disk space, plus space for Direct X9 installation.
    Sound: DirectX compatible Sound Card8X CD-ROM

    Sorry, but you need more RAM in order for this game to function properly.
     
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    Windows 98, 98 Second Edition, ME, 2000 Professional, XP Professional, or XP Home operating system - PASS
    Intel Pentium III (or compatible) CPU running at 700Mhz or higher - PASS (consider an upgrade)
    32MB DirectX 9 compatible video card (Geforce2 or higher) using a
    supported chipset (see below) (You probably on board video, i suggest a new video card)
    128MB of RAM (256 MB using Windows 2000 or XP) (Consider an upgrade if the mobo can handle)
    DirectX compatible sound card (??)
    Hard Drive Space: 450 MB free Hard Disk space, plus space for Direct X9 installation. PASS
    Sound: DirectX compatible Sound Card8X CD-ROM (??)
     
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    How do you Get More RAM?????????
     
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    you go out and buy it from a store. But with your mobo i'm not sure how much you can handle. Consult the manuf. of your PC or look up your motherboard on the internet.
     
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    How do you Upgrade to Intel Pentium III (or compatible) CPU running at 700Mhz or higher???????
     
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    How much is 128MB in KB exactly?????
     
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    131,072 kilobytes
     
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