Dunno. I'm playing it on the same gfx card albeit with a 2.0 GHz processor (game should be limited by gfx card though) also on medium settings and I get no choppiness whatsoever. I also have 2 GB of RAM though.
Try following this guide...
I have a Spyder2Pro calibration device. The thing is that it allows you to adjust contrast, brightness, etc. to make the calibration process better but most notebook screens don't have controls for this like CRT or external LCD monitors...
Bleh, I have 22 tabs open and FF is using 94 MB of RAM.
I don't care. It's not slow and I damn well paid for this RAM so why did I buy 1 GB (on my desktop; have 2 GB on my notebook) if I'm not going to use it???
Originally Posted by SPEEDwithJJ
You will need to drill that screw head but make sure not to worsen your screw head at this point. Good luck.
Yeah. Don't know if I will bother trying again. Seriously,...
Originally Posted by piemaster
i tihnk you should stop so that you dont completely strip the screw.
Yeah, I know.
I did. Like I said, it's just starting to round and I didn't want to make it worse.