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m here to tell u my problem


I have passed my exams and now decided to start Gaming on laptop HP pavilion G6 .....but.....m getting Lag in exams,,,,,Rather i have played that games previouly on high settings and now getting lag,,,,,plz help me....m getting bored day by day .... I hav restored my Laptop to Factory State ,,,To get Windows Refresh ,,,but it wont Help mr soo......:(
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  1. lol ...... Getting Lag in GAMes ,,,,hehehe not in Exams,,,,,hahaha Fucking mind got Crupted of Hard Gaming :D
  2. Check laptop base for full model number eg. G6-2***dx
    There are 267 different G6 models... and I don't have X ray vision...
  3. dodger46 said:
    Check laptop base for full model number eg. G6-2***dx
    There are 267 different G6 models... and I don't have X ray vision...


    YEP i have checked it ,,,,,,A full model and Product number
  4. Malik Jay D said:
    dodger46 said:
    Check laptop base for full model number eg. G6-2***dx
    There are 267 different G6 models... and I don't have X ray vision...


    YEP i have checked it ,,,,,,A full model and Product number


    So now tell me what it is so I can best advise you...
  5. its HP pavilion G6 2275 -sx
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    Malik Jay D said:
    its HP pavilion G6 2275 -sx

    Your Drivers are here
    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?os=4132&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&sw_lang=&product=5311386#N412
    Download the appropriate Graphics Driver for your Processor ie Intel or AMD.
    Also update your Audio Driver, it may be responsible for lagging.
  7. dodger46 said:
    Malik Jay D said:
    its HP pavilion G6 2275 -sx

    Your Drivers are here
    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?os=4132&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&sw_lang=&product=5311386#N412
    Download the appropriate Graphics Driver for your Processor ie Intel or AMD.
    Also update your Audio Driver, it may be responsible for lagging.



    Wooaaaaaaa MAN ,,,,,,, Big Thanks to you :))))))))00
  8. dodger46 said:
    Malik Jay D said:
    its HP pavilion G6 2275 -sx

    Your Drivers are here
    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?os=4132&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&sw_lang=&product=5311386#N412
    Download the appropriate Graphics Driver for your Processor ie Intel or AMD.
    Also update your Audio Driver, it may be responsible for lagging.



    And now Tell me please should i restore to Factory Restore or Minimized Image Recovery ,,,,,, i have some confusion that will HP essential Software effect this or not ,,,,,, ?
  9. Malik Jay D said:
    dodger46 said:
    Malik Jay D said:
    its HP pavilion G6 2275 -sx

    Your Drivers are here
    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?os=4132&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&sw_lang=&product=5311386#N412
    Download the appropriate Graphics Driver for your Processor ie Intel or AMD.
    Also update your Audio Driver, it may be responsible for lagging.



    Wooaaaaaaa MAN ,,,,,,, Big Thanks to you :))))))))00


    Looks like you need both Graphics drivers, You have an Intel CPU and an AMD GPU (Not seen that before, but then I always use AMD CPUs...)
  10. Once you have your machine running the way you like it I advise you to create a backup, either create a System Image or a Recovery drive on to a 16Gb USB Pendrive and keep it safe somewhere. If your HDD or Recovery partitions fail HP will charge you for Recovery disks, and they will cost a whole lot more than a pendrive...
  11. dodger46 said:
    Once you have your machine running the way you like it I advise you to create a backup, either create a System Image or a Recovery drive on to a 16Gb USB Pendrive and keep it safe somewhere. If your HDD or Recovery partitions fail HP will charge you for Recovery disks, and they will cost a whole lot more than a pendrive...


    oh ,,,thats a Great Idea .....m goin for it pal
  12. dodger46 said:
    Once you have your machine running the way you like it I advise you to create a backup, either create a System Image or a Recovery drive on to a 16Gb USB Pendrive and keep it safe somewhere. If your HDD or Recovery partitions fail HP will charge you for Recovery disks, and they will cost a whole lot more than a pendrive...


    oh ,,,thats a Great Idea .....m goin for it pal
  13. dodger46 said:
    Once you have your machine running the way you like it I advise you to create a backup, either create a System Image or a Recovery drive on to a 16Gb USB Pendrive and keep it safe somewhere. If your HDD or Recovery partitions fail HP will charge you for Recovery disks, and they will cost a whole lot more than a pendrive...


    oh ,,,thats a Great Idea .....m goin for it pal
  14. Malik Jay D said:
    dodger46 said:
    Malik Jay D said:
    its HP pavilion G6 2275 -sx

    Your Drivers are here
    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?os=4132&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&sw_lang=&product=5311386#N412
    Download the appropriate Graphics Driver for your Processor ie Intel or AMD.
    Also update your Audio Driver, it may be responsible for lagging.



    And now Tell me please should i restore to Factory Restore or Minimized Image Recovery ,,,,,, i have some confusion that will HP essential Software effect this or not ,,,,,, ?

    Minimised means you will not get all the 'Trial' Software that normally ships with a new HP laptop. I.e. no junk, but you will still get HP Utility software.
  15. dodger46 said:


    hmmm..... m goin for Minimized Image Recovery ,,,,,, :)
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