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Add anti-aliasing to old games?

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I've recently bought a laptop which although it is not really meant for gaming it can comfortably play older games, e.g. original Half Life, GTA Vice City and so on. However because these games are quite old they do not have the option of anti aliasing in the graphics properties making a lot of the graphics pretty jagged. This isn't a problem on my main computer as i can use the antialias function in the nvidia control panel provided with the drivers for my gfx card. However my laptop doesn't have an option like this. Is there any way i can force anti aliasing upon the game as im confident my laptop would handle it and would greatly improve the look of my games. Maybe a third party application?. My graphics are Intel Integrated GM965 X3100 :)
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It requires the capability of the game AND video card to support that option. In your case, due to the integrated video, this isn't a possibility.
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