Computer game question?
Question: i have bought manhunt 2 video game for my laptop the entire install when great no issues but when i go to click on the launch game icon it does do anything ive tried reinstalling this updating my drivers updating my directx nothing is working my specs are over the actually game requirements below is my specs for my laptop and the specs the manhunt requires any idea on how i can get this game to work My laptop specs intel core duo 1.7ghz 2gb of ram 120gb hard drive Windows xp pro sp3 directx 9.0c graphics-intel 945 memory 224mb which means 256mb manhunt 2 system requirements Operating System: Windows XP (Home and Professional), SP1 or higher Processor: Intel Pentium 4 (1.7+ GHz), AMD Athlon 1800+ Memory: 512MB XP / 1GB Vista, 3.8GB Hard Drive Space Hard Drive: 4 GB Video Card (graphics): DirectX 9.0c Shader 2.0 Supported, 128 MB, Nvidia 6200 or Better, ATI Radeon x300 or Better Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compliant DirectX: DirectX 9.0c Peripherals: Keyboard and Mouse Required my manhunt 1 video game works has no issues why does this game ? even though mine is a laptop should matter because it has the specs it says pixel shader 2.0 supported but doesnt say its a requirement to run the game manhunt requires a certain video card and my computer still ran the game with my video card so i dont think it has to do with the video card
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If you know high-end games like Metro 2033 or GTA IV can work on your laptop, then Manhunt 2 should. - Try Running as administrator - Check for viruses - Defrag - Or do another reinstall with the correct directory. If the problem persists, you could email me about the problem.
one thing to try: locate the .exe file for the game in windows explorer. right-click on the file and choose "properties". click the "compatibility" tab and check the box for "run this program in compatibility mode for". choose "windows 95" from the drop-down box.
The Intel 945 is not supported. Even though the memory is there it does not support Shader 2.0 EDIT: Either way. The Intel generic chipset is not listed as a compatible component as its not a gaming quality display adapter. Simply put you video card sucks
Patch your Grand Theft Auto IV to the latest version. You can connect to Windows Live! to get the updates.
The Sims is quite exciting. It takes up quite quite some your pc memory yet its quite good. additionally video games like Sonic and large Mario are good. however the Sims is my generic :D
The only possible problem is the video... Since your computer's onboard video isn't decribed in much detail, there's a remote possibility that your nvidia chipset doesn't have hardware t&l (but cards like that are several years old and your computer seems fairly new, so I doubt it) Your processor being an AMD 3500+ is well above the minimum requirement (performance is equivalent to a 3.5ghz Pentium 4) While it's always recommended to have a real video card for gaming, in this instance you're probably fine. For newer games, you'll need a video upgrade and possibly more RAM.
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