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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.

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, 10:29 PM
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QUOTE (StickerBook @ Dec 20 2009, 09:18 PM) *
This doesn't fill me with hope at all. Minusing the Windows, do you think the graphics card can handle it?

EDIT- Have you tried uptdating the drivers/running in compatibility mode? I did a little research and these seem to be the main fixes. Also reinstalling after updating the drivers helps.

Your card should be able to manage the amin game, not sure about mods though.


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