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I have looked and i just can't find anywhere that can give me compatible gfx cards for my Inspiron E1505 notebook. If there isn't any that can run Call of Duty 2 at a decent fps rate than just let me know :whistling:
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Do none of these run it

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I didn't think you could upgrade the video card on a laptop (which is part of the reason I opted for a desktop). Does the computer not run it now?

EDIT: If you have integrated graphics, not an ATI Mobility or nVidia Go then you won't be able to play CoD2...sadly.

Edited by BlackPandemic, 05 June 2006 - 06:56 PM.

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i have the second one but i was wondering if there was anything better available because supposedly those two aren't very good for COD2. Especially the integrated which i don't have.
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Best to ask in the games forum

http://www.geekstogo.../Games-f19.html
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errr but isn't this about a graphics card?
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If it runs everything but a game, not really

In games they would be aware of any setting which would help
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