If my comp can play JA, can it play KOTOR? -1 reply

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TheManWorks

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#1 14 years ago

If my computer can play Jedi Academy, but not Galaxies, can it play KOTOR, video card wise? Thanks.




young Obi-Wan

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#2 14 years ago

hmm, KoToR will have way higher requirements, i suppose. if you cannot play Galaxies, KoToR' gonna be hard.




tFighterPilot

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#3 14 years ago

What card do you have?




TheManWorks

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#4 14 years ago

I have a Dimension 2400 Dell Desktop, and it's got this strange video card, I'm not exactly sure which one it is, though. Does anyone else know what kind it is?

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#5 14 years ago

You will also need 256 MB of RAM, which most people don't have. I only have 128. :)




TheManWorks

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#6 14 years ago

Yeah, I've got 256mb of RAM, 30 gigs or so




TheManWorks

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#7 14 years ago

Oh, and my video card (under my dxdiag) is an Intel 82845G/GL/GV/PE/GV Graphics Controller.




young Obi-Wan

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#8 14 years ago

that's not enuf. hmm, many ppl got more than 256 MB of Ram... I got 512 MB DDR, and many ppl have got more...




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#9 14 years ago

Hi, Happy Holidays yall out there!

The Man Works, I think you card by the sound of it is one which is integrated in with the motherboard, not one which occupies a n AGP slot. Graphically intense things, which means virtually all current games do not perform very well with integrated graphics cards. Those games which will work require you turn down all the settings to the absolute minimum in your set up.

You should pay close attention to the small print on the side of the game box which should give you a detailed list of all the graphics cards and graphic chipsets which are suported by the game. If you have really bad problems and this info gave you the impression that the game would work, then you do have grounds to exchange the game (at least for credit if not, your money back).