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the sims 2

Discussion in 'Games' started by star_girl_k, Jun 29, 2007.

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  1. star_girl_k

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    Hey, recently I have noticed that while playing on the sims 2 the graphics seem to be quite blurry and not quite right and silly things like there fingers being stuck together and patterns being blurry.
    Could anyone tell me what this might be?:confused:
     
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    would it be too much memory used up?
     
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    what graphics card do you have?
     
  5. star_girl_k

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    i dont know :s
     
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    how do I find that out
     
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    where do I find out?
     
  9. Nicnac

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    You probably need to set your graphics setting to a higher setting. You can do this in the game.
     
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    quickest way to find out what video card you have:

    Go to Start > Run.
    Type DXDIAG and press enter.
    A screen will appear. Under the Display tab, you will find the information in the top left section.

    Also note down your CPU and memory that is on the General tab.
     
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