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I installed the video game "The Mark",
but the problem is, that when it's loading
I get an audio of two characters, the game
keeps loading, and what It displays is a gray diagonal
screen, from the center of the screen to my left,
and to my right, It displays a black bar at the bottom
of the screen, and the remaining screen is in white,
and while the characters conversation is occurring,
the black and white screen at my right flashes, then
when the conversation ends, the gray, black and white
screen goes off, until the game loads completely, then
they appear again, and there is game play, but yet no
image, the game execute the key board commands, but
no image. Thanks in advance in this issue, hope to receive
an answer soon. Yours Truly: Raymond47
 

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Hello, I have an, eMachines Windows Vista Home Basic W3611

{Intel Pentium 4 Procesor 631}
3.0 GHz | 800 MHz FSB | 2 MB L2 Cache

{Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950}
With Available PCI-Express Slot

{15-in-1}
Memory Card Reader

{DVD+-RW}
Multi Format Double-Layer Optical Drive

{512 MB DDR2}

{Hard Drive}
160 GB SATA II
7200 RPM with 8 MB Cache

{Network}
10/100 Mbps Ethernet LAN
 

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eMachines W3611 Desktop PC w/ 17" Wide LCD Monitor w/ Intel Pentium 4 Processor 631 with Hyper-Threading technology
Specs.

Item Description

It's pre-loaded with Microsoft's newest operating system, Windows Vista Home Basic.
More highlights are the widescreen monitor, high-performance processor and DVD burner.

Key Features & Benefits:
# 17" widescreen color LCD display
Flat LCD panel is ideal for spreadsheets or watching DVD movies
# Intel 3.0 GHz Intel Pentium 4 Processor 631
Offers top performance thanks to Hyper-Threading and 64-bit technology
# 512 MB DDR2 memory
Offers good performance and is dual-channel capable
# 160 GB hard disk drive
A generous amount of space for all your files, photos, music and even videos
# 16x DVD+/-RW multi-format, dual-layer drive
Play and burn CDs and DVDs in the most popular formats with ease
# 15-in-1 digital media reader
Reads all major memory card formats including Secure Digital, CompactFlash, xD-Picture Cards and Sony Memory Sticks
# Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic
Latest operating system is designed to give you better control over your personal computing experience

* 2 MB L2 cache
* 800 MHz front-side bus
* Intel 945G chipset
* Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950
* 160 GB SATA II hard disk drive (7200 RPM, 8 MB cache)
* 512 MB DDR2 memory, dual-channel capable
* 16x DVD+/-RW drive - multi-format with dual-layer capability
* High-performance, 15-in-1 Digital Media Manager
* Six USB 2.0 ports (2 front, 4 rear)
* 5.1-channel, high-definition audio
* Amplified stereo speakers (USB-powered)
* Premium multimedia keyboard
* 2-button wheel mouse (PS/2)
 

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Thanks to all members, I already solved the
problem with my computer, took the tower
to a computer shop, and install a 512 megabites
video card, and a 2 gigabites memory card, and
solved the problem, now my computer is working
very fast. Now it accepts the game, with a cristal
clear image.
 

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Hello, my computer got install a, "Diamond Stealth X1550 PRO"
video card.

Certified for Windows Vista

PCI EXPRESS 512MB DDR2

ATI RADEON GRAPHICS CROSS FIRE

Features: Xtreme HD
Xtreme Gaming
Xtreme Productivity
Xtreme Performance

And a 2 Gigabites Memory Card,
but no power supply unit needed
to be replaced, I spend in this
upgrade, $129.00 in the video card
and $69.99 in the memory card plus
a 7% tax, which totals $212.91

But my computer fills my expectations,
hope this information, can solve other
members problems, similar to the one
I haved. Thanks once again.
 

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Well I asked the technical who install the
parts for my computer, if a psu was needed
to be installed, and he told me that it wasn't
necessary, I speculate since my pc was a 512 MB,
but it was integrated, so I think that's why he told me
that it wasn't necessary, to replace the psu, what you
members think, appreciate any advise.
 

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