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a b U Graphics card
March 28, 2011 11:54:50 AM

Hello,i can't play a games on my laptop inspiron 1564 core i3 2g bytes and graphic card intel hd

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a c 166 U Graphics card
March 28, 2011 3:17:20 PM

Your video card is the issue, get a new laptop or a desktop for games. If you have some specific issued, post what games you are trying, what the errors are, what you tried alread.
April 4, 2011 6:49:09 PM

From ASUS is definitely not buy LCD!! Set me up very badly, almost ordinary crime, what they did, what I will leave it at that.

Newly bought a 22-inch LCD, appeared in a visible, red dot INTERFERING (if it looks black in the background) Well, the company said it is so good as it is, looking at the red spot, because it has a certain standard within a pixel is so this is not covered. So that the product is worthless and useless properly, they do not care.
Consumer I did, looked for Amnesty International, civil and criminal litigation, and I'm going to start a claim for damages.
a c 166 U Graphics card
April 4, 2011 7:16:28 PM

bigatti said:
From ASUS is definitely not buy LCD!! Set me up very badly, almost ordinary crime, what they did, what I will leave it at that.

Newly bought a 22-inch LCD, appeared in a visible, red dot INTERFERING (if it looks black in the background) Well, the company said it is so good as it is, looking at the red spot, because it has a certain standard within a pixel is so this is not covered. So that the product is worthless and useless properly, they do not care.
Consumer I did, looked for Amnesty International, civil and criminal litigation, and I'm going to start a claim for damages.


This has nothing to do with the original post, and every vendor has a dead pixel policy which is usually 2-3 dead pixels in a single area or 3-4 in several areas. one dead pixel is almost never a warranty item, unless you get lucky with the support rep or are ordering 100 monitors at a time. Next time, check the warranty info on a monitor and try to find one with a "0 dead pixel policy" and order from them.
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