I am using the Windows 7 RC 7100 and am trying to get Neverwinter Nights Diamond to work on it. It's an older game and the requirements for this game aren't too demanding. My specs are 128mb ATI X200M card, Pentium M 1.86, and 1.5gb of RAM.
I've installed the game and when I attempt to run it I get a pop-up saying there is a problem with compatibility. It also asks if I wish for it to access the Internet and look for a solution. I tried but the report is there is none.
EDIT: I forgot to mention this is installed on my other Thinkpad. Not the one in the My System Specs.
Trying to find a compatible driver for my Diamond XS51 sound card. I tried using the vista driver from the cd, but then it's not recognized as a surround sound card, the only speaker options are 2. trying to install that driver with compatiblity mode for vista SP1 causes a BSOD. I've also tried it for SP2 and again crashed windows. I'll try it as XP SP2 after i type this up and see if i crash with a BSOD again. In the meantime, does anyone know of a Windows 7 compatible driver for this card?
I have an ergo AS2 all-in-one PC with built in Touchscreen Display on WIndows 7. All drivers are installed, and the touch screen is working, however the Mouse Pointer on screen is bugging the hell out of me.I have USB mouse plugged in as well, and when using the USB mouse, i get the default white arrow, but as soon as I use finger on the Touchscreen the Mouse pointer changes to a small diamond. When I take my finger of the screen, the mouse pointer dissappears alltogether (until the next time i touch or move the mouse)I want the touchscreen Mouse pointer to stay the same as the normal white arrow. I have tried all the options under Mouse settings and Pen and Touch, but none work.
Can I have the software for using my Packard Bell 1200 Plus v1.0 on my windows 7 Laptop.I can already use it on my windows2000 professional computer.can you supply me with a disc or do I have to get it electronically?
When I install a game in Windows 7 and Windows recognizes it it dumps the game's shortcut in the Game folder of the Start Menu. That wouldn't be a problem except Windows 7 prevents the game from creating the shortcuts it would have created had the operating system not been Windows 7- things like the game's Read Me, Uninstaller & Configuration options.
I remember playing this game very very long ago. In the game, I was playing a ninja, and looking at the ninja from bird's eye view. There was many chapters in game, and if I remember right, at each end of the chapter, I had to kill a boss, more powerful monster. There was an old man with a beard, and he was giving me lessons, truths about some ninja stuff, life, etc... After finishing the game once, a better mode would be unlocked. We were a more powerful ninja, and able to kill monsters more easily. And it didn't have magnificent graphics, it was like a cartoon.
For a week now, every time i play a game, online or not, the game crashes best case scenario, i just get a game has stopped responding message other time it's just the BSOD Is Windows 7 x86 (32-bit) or x64 ? x64 - the original installed OS on the system? its Windows 7 home premium - an OEM or full retail version? full retail - What is the age of system (hardware)? bouhgt it in september 2011 - What is the age of OS installation (have you re-installed the OS?) i tried the dvd updatibng windows program yesterday, didn't do any good, but i've never formated it
I recently got Test Drive Unlimited 2 on my Dell XPS 17 and its ridiculous how I can only manage to get 15 FPS in the game. The game lags so much even if I change the graphics to the lowest settings. I checked if my laptop could run this game on Can You RUN It | Can I run that game | Game system requirements and i passed the recommend settings aswelll but I can't seem to be getting more than 15 FPS. [code]
As we all know, game compatibility frequently changed from build to build - some games that worked in older builds stopped working, and some games that did not work in older builds work in newer builds. Some of the latter can be attributed to patches put out but the game companies, and some can be attributed to the inclusion in Windows 7 missing components necessary to fulfill the total gaming experience of certain games.
That being said, there are now 2 lists to work with - the other list has been changed to a Pre-release list (and un-stickied), and this is now the official repository of games that work with the RTM. Read more at the forum...
Using a site called canyourunit I tested whether or not my laptop would be able to run a game, it said that I couldn't but the only requirement I didn't meet was my graphics card. So I'm wondering whether it would still run, but just poorer graphics? heres the details
CPU Minimum: 2.4 Ghz Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent processor You Have: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2310M CPU @ 2.10GHz
CPU Speed Minimum: 2.4 GHz You Have: 2.1 GHz
RAM Minimum: 1GB System RAM (XP)/ 2GB System RAM (Vista) You Have: 4.0 GB
OS Minimum: Windows XP/Vista You Have: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Edition Service Pack 1 (build 7601), 64-bit
Video Card Minimum: Direct X 9.0c compliant video card with 256MB RAM (NVIDIA 6800 or better/ATI X850 or better) You Have: Intel(R) HD Graphics Family
Sound Card Minimum: Yes You Have: Realtek High Definition Audio
I've stumbled upon a bit of a strange problem with my mouse. When I run a game of some sort my mouse starts to lag after a while, there is no lag in the rendering of the graphics just the movement of my mouse or mouse pointer.This can also occur randomly while just operating in windows without running any game 3D or non-3D, but if I unplug my USB mouse and plug it back in it starts working like normal. I have updated/re-installed the drivers for the mouse, also tried running without the special drivers for my mouse installed thus getting another aero related problem. But it works best with the drivers for the Razer Lachesis installed but as I mentioned before it the pointer starts lagging and if I just unplug and plug it back in it starts working so question is does anyone know what could cause this?