Just wondering whether with the notebook's integrated graphics card whether Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion can be played on it. Probably on the lowest settings if possible?
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10/15/06 at 3:56am
Originally Posted by joelsentia
Guerilla, you said upper that oblivion doesn't run :
"No, the Sentia can not play Oblivion. It won't even start up because the integrated graphics card isn't capable of the rendering required by Oblivion."
And now, you tell that you'll try oblivion :
"I'm going to try Oblivion, Splinter Cel and a couple other new games and I'll let you know how they play, if they do play."
|Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion* game does not start; instead, when the game is launched, a small window appears with an error message. This game requires a graphics adapter with hardware T&L (Transform and Lighting) support to run. The listed Intel® graphics controllers do not support hardware T&L. T&L can be done by the processor (in software) with acceptable performance in most cases, but since the game specifically checks for hardware T&L, it fails to run.|
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