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Updating cod4 pc 1 7

I purchased it because I knew that the GTX960M was capable of HDR Gaming. However because the HDMI port wasn't connected to the GTX960m the HDR functionality didn't work. The Intel control panel is where the main settings are.

Expandable to 2GB (2x2048MB) 667MHz (PC5300) Video: Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950 with up to 224MB Shared Video Memory – VGA port Audio: 6-Channel (5.1) High-Definition Audio Hard Drive: 250GB SATA II (7200rpm, 8MB cache) Optical Drives: 16x multiformat dual-layer DVD±RW drive 15-in-1 Digital Media Manager™ (Memory Card Reader) 56K ITU V.92 ready fax/modem (RJ-11 port) Intel® 10/100 Mbps Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 port) 6 USB 2.0 Ports (2 in front, 4 in back) 1 Parallel Port, 1 Serial Port 2 PS/2 Ports (Keyboard and Mouse) 3 Audio: Front/Headphone (Stereo), Microphone, Line-in/Side (Stereo) 1 PCI-E x16, 1 PCI-E x1, 2 PCI Out of the box, Gateway GT5404 Desktop is somewhat an adequate performer.

And I DON'T have the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel TOO!!

I have read some reports that those 'missing settings' on the Nvidia Control Panel are those that are conflicting with those of the Intel HD Graphics, and that those must be customizable through the Intel Graphics Control Panel. It's really painful for not having the options to customize the display, aspect ratio or image settings, because many of the older games (the ones that mainly use DX9 and DX10) such as GTA-San Andreas, Just Cause, COD4, etc, run with BLACK BARS and FLICKERING GRAPHICS (although at good performance, but poor visuals). Keep in mind the following:- -I CANNOT upgrade my Intel HD Graphics driver by uninstalling the previous one (already tried). Hi, Please do try doing a clean install of the graphic card driver.

I purchased it because I knew that the GTX960M was capable of HDR Gaming. However because the HDMI port wasn't connected to the GTX960m the HDR functionality didn't work. The only discernible difference I can think of is his computer has 16GB RAM, and mine has 8GB.

And also the control panel options were very limited. Which makes no sense, 'cuz we're talking about GPU's.

The Intel Pentium D Processor 915 dual-core is powerful enough, but some may prefer Intel Core 2 Duo processors.

It comes with 1GB of RAM (2x512MB) and an integrated Intel GMA 950 with up to 224MB shared video memory. Booting Windows Vista on this PC is a little bit painful.

im still experiencing blue screen unexpectedly.btw, my computer runs fine and i can use it like everyday.