I'm running on a sony vaio laptop model PCG-7A2L. It runs off an intel centrino 1.73 ghz, 1.00 gb RAM. windows xp, service pack 2.
it also has an nvidia geforce go 6200 graphics card. this is the problem, i guess.
i installed medal of honor pacific assault. the game plays fine, even though it complains that my system is not robust enough. I figure probably because the game requires a pentium 4, and all i have is a centrino. in any case, the movies in the game don't work. it is a bit central to the story, and i'm a bit of a history buff, so the movies are somewhat important to me.
SO, i get online and download the nvidia updated drivers, read the directions, and follow them. uninstall old drivers, leave the setup file on my desktop, etc, etc. we boot back up and the display is really low, because the drivers are uninstalled. i try to install the new drivers from nvidia, and get the "we cannot find any drivers that support you hardware" schtick.
i snoop around online, and find this forum, where someone had asked a similar question, and discovered that i need to download the drivers from not nvidia. well,for some reason, it appears to be impossible to find this [bleep] driver, and now i have a fairly shoddy display.
i'm somewhat of a beginner at drivers and all that, so if you could treat me with kid gloves, it would be appreciated, as would any help. Thanks!
edit: shoot, i don't know if this is the correct forum for this question....sorry if it is not.
Edited by hayden_horn, 22 August 2005 - 03:45 AM.