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post Dec 20 2009, 06:47 PM
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I'm planning on getting a new PC with the intention of gaming. I intent to replace the graphics card and the PSU so I can play pretty much anything. A game I've always wanted to play on it is San Andreas for the modding and multiplayer capabilities. I figured since laptops can run it, so should my PC out of the box. The main issue I have is the graphics card. The PC uses an integrated Nvidia 7100 card. Now I as far as I'm aware, there's a spare PCI slot to upgrade the graphics but I won't be able to for a while due to financial constraints.

Here's a link to the PC so you can check out the rest of the specs.
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/store/pcw...p;category_oid=

I also heard that there were some issues with compatibility with Windows Vista, does anyone know how well it runs on Windows 7? Thanks in advance for your help.
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post Dec 20 2009, 08:48 PM
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QUOTE (StickerBook @ Dec 20 2009, 11:47 AM) *
I'm planning on getting a new PC with the intention of gaming. I intent to replace the graphics card and the PSU so I can play pretty much anything. A game I've always wanted to play on it is San Andreas for the modding and multiplayer capabilities. I figured since laptops can run it, so should my PC out of the box. The main issue I have is the graphics card. The PC uses an integrated Nvidia 7100 card. Now I as far as I'm aware, there's a spare PCI slot to upgrade the graphics but I won't be able to for a while due to financial constraints.

Here's a link to the PC so you can check out the rest of the specs.
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/store/pcw...p;category_oid=

I also heard that there were some issues with compatibility with Windows Vista, does anyone know how well it runs on Windows 7? Thanks in advance for your help.


I just got a new pc running windows 7 and GTA:SA won't start. Screen blacks out for a second then goes back to desktop with no error message at all sad.gif

Game played fine on a pc running xp and on my laptop running vista. I sent an email to rockstar tech. but haven't received a reply as yet. If anyone knows what might be wrong I would like to hear.
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