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This is a discussion on how to play games through remote desktop connection.... within the Networking Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. hi everyone..........i have an acer 4520 laptop with nvidia 7000M gpu and amd athlon dual core processor 1.9Ghz.Im having a


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Old 10-22-2008, 12:24 PM   #1
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hi everyone..........i have an acer 4520 laptop with nvidia 7000M gpu and amd athlon dual core processor 1.9Ghz.Im having a dlink 54mbps WIFI router also.Im also haaving a personal computer which i brought recently and has Intel quad core 2.4ghz,8600gt 256mb gddr3 and much more with all high configuration.

Now the situation is my computer is connected trough lan to my wifi router and also my dsl internet connection is connected to the router.Through this way im able to use both computer and laptop to access the net simutaneously.And also i have setup an wireless lan so that i can access my laptops data from my computer through wifi and vice versa.(Note this connection from my laptop to computer and vice versa is not through internet).Hence i can utilize 54Mbps of wifi to achieve wireless lan between both the systems.

Mostly i use my laptop to access my computer through remote desktop connection.I just tried to play games like NFS prostreet,Call of duty 4 etc through remote desktop connection from my laptop but something goes wrong somewhere and whole remote sharing window goes blank and a crapy game soung come.

Please help me how can i play all the hifi games in my laptop through my computer.....bcos my laptop cannot support hifi games and i want to play them in my laptop using my computers configuration..........any suggestions are welcomed.

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That's not going to happen with a RDT connection. The bandwidth is not nearly enough to support the graphics, and most games use Direct-X to access the screen, which is not handled by RDT.
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