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Hey all, saw some great advice on this forum so far for certain topics, i know there are a few call of duty threads going around, but ... do they have to be individual because everyone will probably have different hardware and things? Sorry if i cant get too technical, im kind of new:p So sorry if i am just re posting something that isnt allowed, Well heres my problem;

I get this when i try run call of duty 2

Video card or driver doesn't support alpha blending.

See im thinking of getting a new video card, but i have saw the advice on these forums and thought it would have been a good idea to see if i just need drivers, but .. i dont know where to get them, how to install them anything like that. So dumbing things down for me would be appreciated:p I think this is the information people need to help me.. im not sure,

Name: Mobile intel ® 915GM/GMS,910GML EXPRESS
Manufacture: Intel corporation
Chip Type: Mobile intel ®915GM/GMS,910GML EXPRESS
DAC type: Internal
Approx total memory:128.0 MB
Current display mode: 1280 X 800 (32 BIT)(60Hz)
Monitor:Plug and play monitor

Im not sure if this the information needed, so can anyone please help before i go to a pc shop which could cost me money:p Thanks very much.
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Yeah its your onboard video card and that is a mobile pc which is a laptop. You cant upgrade the video in a laptop. Very few you can and not many people know much about them. I know about everything to do with desktops but not laptops. Also with that 128 mb ram in your laptop you couldnt play the call of duty 2 anyway.

If you want a gaming pc get a gaming desktop. They also have gaming laptops but they are expensive.
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