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Battlefield 2 on dell inspiron 6400

by Dangermouse0 / June 9, 2006 7:36 AM PDT

Hi, i?ve got a dell inspiron 6400. It?s a 1,66 ghz processor, 2gb ram, intel GMA 950 (256mb shared memory). I would like to know if battlefield 2 will work ok on that laptop. I don?t need extreme graphics,I just want to know if it will work ok.

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(NT) (NT) 1.66ghz... I think it may work. 65% Yes.
by damasta55r / June 9, 2006 5:03 PM PDT
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I highly doubt it
by ciaconne / June 10, 2006 10:41 AM PDT

BF2 is a graphics intensive game. PC's without the proper Graphics card will either over heat due to the demand required of them or you'll find yourself crashing back to desktop or playing really slowly.

Your GMA is a problem that cannot be ignored. You can try to see if it works, however, you sure won't be enjoying the lush perks that you get with laptop with better graphics. Like the XP series from Dell.

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"BF2 is a graphics intensive game"
by damasta55r / June 10, 2006 3:57 PM PDT
In reply to: I highly doubt it

Actually i can handle it just fine with x300se, which isn't much better than the igp. 1280x1024 with distance drawn at 50% runs a bit laggy but playable. Turning it down to 800x600 =virtually no lagg. Pentium M 1.77 should be equal to 3.3-3.4 GHz P4.

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How do you get it to work on the 6400?
by MLG_Support / December 7, 2011 3:01 AM PST

Hey, since a lot of you have it running on your 6400s, could you tell me how I could too?
As soon as I get on to it, it goes black for a second and then dies.
I've got the standard Centrino Duo, and I've got the usual integrated graphics card.
How do I get it to work?

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That might be the problem.
by Kees_B Forum moderator / December 7, 2011 3:10 AM PST

"The usual integrated graphics card."

The system requirements on say "Battlefield 2 only supports the following video cards:
Radeon X700 (PCIe)
Radeon X600 (PCIe)
GeForce 6600 (PCIe)
GeForce PCX 5900 (PCIe)
GeForce 5800 Series (AGP)
ATI Radeon X800 XT Platinum Edition
ATI Radeon X800 PRO
ATI Radeon 9800 Series
ATI Radeon 9600 Series
ATI Radeon 9550 (RV350LX)
ATI Radeon 9500 / 9700 Series
ATI Radeon 8500 Series
ATI Radeon X300 Series
NVidia GeForce 6800 Ultra
NVidia GeForce 6800 GT
NVidia GeForce 6800
NVidia GeForce FX 5950 Series
NVidia GeForce FX 5900 Series
NVidia GeForce FX 5700 Series"


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Still no.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 7, 2011 4:41 AM PST
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