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upgrading a dell gx270 graphics card


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SethWilliam

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so everything i have is ok except for my router? thats what causes wurm unable to play on high graphics?
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My thinking is that the speed of your internet is not allowing the streaming from Wurm to continue in a steady stream and that is what is causing it to not work. Setting the resolution down allows it to continue half way good.
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ok nvm it works perfectly now i just had to turn the frames per second down.
what does the frames per second do/effect?
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Exactly what it sounds like. It determines how many frames per second the video card renders. Gamers like the higher frame rates because they say the games look smoother running.
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well i have a time on my computer a program called timezupkids because my brothers will never get off but one of them found out how to disable it and he played all day yesterday but i know he did something inthe BIOS so is their anyway to block the BIOS from being entered? cuz im pretty sure he changed the date so it would add that dates time.
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Most bios can be password protected but be careful if you do this. We have seen numerous people do this and then they forget their password. When that happens we cannot help you recover it. :(
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kk ill write it down and hide it but could u tell me how to password protect it
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there should be a option within the Bios some where that says Set Password or something like that.
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