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Maybe, but the amount of memory isn't the problem with you card, but that it is so slow. From a performance point of view it is an order of magnitude weaker than everything else in the computer. Still it is listed amongst supported graphics cards, and it makes you wonder what they consider playable to be? Is it enough that that card manages to start the game?
msybe i be better off with say a video card 256 or 512mb but that might get a little expensive.
There is probably a on-board graphics card or something like that that reserves part of the RAM for its own usage.
this computer i'm using came with 256mb ram but when you go into system properties where it tells you windows, CPU and ram, it says 198mb ram, i took it out it says 256mb, i put a 512mb in and it says 478mb ram, anyone know what that is all about?
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