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ATI Mobility radeon x600 Drivers update, CPU Drivers update + Overall PC tuning help greatly needed.

Last response: in Windows XP
September 2, 2013 11:07:12 PM

[Any and all help is extremely appreciated] [ I know I should get a new computer but I'm not going to lie, My family isn't the richest and I just can't afford one atm. It would be possible to spend 30-50$ on programs or equipment maybe.]

Hi, I'm looking for the latest drivers for the above, I have a really old computer that I'm looking to update so that I can play games smoother on it. I can currently play games like minecraft and such with 20-40FPS, but it fluctuates very frequently. I just want the latest drivers, and possibly any other help to speed up my computer since I can freezes due to low memory ( I think :( ..) and I can't do multiple things ex.Have skype open while watching a movie and chatting on facebook, My computer will lag to hell so to speak :p ...

I searched for the last hour and may have found it, but it's not a driver file thing :p , and it's an install. Every time I follow the install instruction I get an "unexpected error". (I think it may be for vista, and I'm currently on xp)

as for the drivers for my processors could someone please also help me find the correct/latest driver update for Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz, I can give more information on anything that's needed and I'm willing to skype if need be. If you can only answer one of my questions or provide help that would the best.

Thanks in advance :) .
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September 5, 2013 11:05:47 AM

To find the drivers for the computer, check with the computer vendor support site. Mobility video = laptop which means you want to get the drivers for the system from whoever made the laptop, not ATI/AMD.

You will not be able to do a lot of multi tasking with that system, maybe if you max out the RAM it would be OK running a few things, but nothing very demanding.

Best thing to speed things up is to backup your files, re-install Windows clean, do all the updates and go from there. If you don't have at least 2 gig RAM, upgrade to that, or to 4 if you can.