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neonmole

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#1 9 years ago

I have just put Sims into my computer to install it but nothing seems to work, nothing loads up and i've found it in the D drive but it wont open. I wondered if this was something to do with me having windows XP?




Mastershroom VIP Member

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#2 9 years ago

We'll need some system specs to know more.

What type of CPU, RAM, graphics card, and do you have any service packs on XP?




neonmole

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#3 9 years ago

Windows XP service pack 2, version 2002.

7089 intel pentium processor 1.60ghz.

760MB of RAM.




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#4 9 years ago

Upgrade to SP3, get 1GB of RAM, and what kind of graphics card do you have? If you have one at all.




neonmole

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#5 9 years ago

I'm not sure if I have a graphics card, how would I check?




Junk angel

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#6 9 years ago

winbutton+r>dxdiag




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#7 9 years ago
neonmole;4777565I'm not sure if I have a graphics card, how would I check?

You serious...come on....lol. Like wraith said, check dxdiag. And another way, is if you were to look in the case, and see a card with a heatsink/fan missing from the expansion slots, then you don't have a graphics card. You have whats called onboard graphics, and onboard graphics suck. I wouldn't even use Word with onboard.