Does not meet the minimum specification

I dont know if any of you have hear of the game "Runes of Magic" but i downloaded it and when it was complete i tried to play it and it said "Does not meet the minimum specification" so does that mean i have to get a new one? please write back soon if you know anything

- Thank You
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  1. It means some part of your computer does not have the needed power to run the game (ie. not enough RAM, a video card that does not support the proper shader model, etc.) and the game checks for support and if your system does not meet those needs it will give you that error and shut itself down.
  2. Hi and welcome.
    It would be really helpful if you would have actually posted your hardware specs so we would be able to give you an answer that is even remotely accurate.
    So I 'll give you the best answer we can to your question with all the detail you have supplied.

    "Yes"
  3. List your complete specs here...
  4. Runes of Magic

    Minimum system requirements:
    CPU: Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz or equivalent
    RAM: 512MB
    Required hard disk space: 5.3GB
    Graphics card: DirectX 9.0c compatible with 128MB RAM
    Broadband Internet connection
    Keyboard and mouse
  5. Okay, that's a game requirement...

    So, what about your specs? CPU, RAM?, PSU?, Monitor, Mobo?
  6. it's not me, I listed them for SHockerer
  7. Seeing as the specs are so low by todays standards, I'm guessing he lacks a video card. Probably using some onboard piece of junk, 845? Won't run DX9, so he can't play the game.
  8. rattman169 said:
    Runes of Magic

    Minimum system requirements:
    CPU: Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz or equivalent
    RAM: 512MB
    Required hard disk space: 5.3GB
    Graphics card: DirectX 9.0c compatible with 128MB RAM
    Broadband Internet connection
    Keyboard and mouse



    Okay, we all know this, what are the specs of the machine you are trying to play it on, that is what we need to know.
  9. yeah, you said quickly....LOL , and I too believe it's probably an onboard video (although, I personally used an onboard video card, S3 Unichrome pro 64Mb and it played Dungeons and Dragons online, not at any high settings, but decently playable)
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