Why my pc's memory is n/a?

My Computers information :

Computer : HCL Infosystems Limited HCL Desktop
BIOS : IPM41-D3_GS0104F
Processor : Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5400 @ 2.70GHz
Memory (RAM) : 0.97 GB
System : Windows XP Professional SP2

My Computers Display Information :

Device :
Name : Intel(R) G41 Express Chipset
Manufacturer : 'Intel Corporation
Chip Type : Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family
DAC Type : Internal
Approx. Total Memory : n/a
Current Display Mode : 1280 x 768 (32 bit) (60Hz)
Monitor : Plug and Play Monitor

Drivers :
Main Driver : igxprd32.dll
Version : 6.14.0010.5402 (English)
Date : 02/23/12 12:56:18
WHQL Logo'd : Yes
Mini VDD : n/a
DDI Version : Unknown

Directx Features :
DirectDraw Acceleration : Not Available
Direcr3D Acceleration : Not Available
AGP Texture Acceleration : Not Available

Name : Intel(R) G41 Express Chipset

GPU : G41 Revision : A3

Technology : 65 nm Die Size : Unknown
Release Date : 2009 Transistors : Unknown
BIOS Version : Unknown
Device ID : 8086-2E32 Subvendor : Unknown (1B0A)
ROPs : 4 Bus Interface : PCI
Shaders : 10 Unified Directx Support : 10.0/SM4.0
Pixel Filterate : 2.1 GPixel/s Texture Filterate : 2.1GTexel/s
Memory Type : Unknown Bus Width : 64 Bit
Memory Size : 32 mb Bandwidth : Unknown

Driver Version : igxprd32.dll 6.14.0010.5402

GPU Clock : 533 MHz Memory : 0 MHz Shader : N/A
Default Clock : 533 MHz Memory : 0 MHz Shader : N/A
Multi-GPU : Disabled

Games are not running on my pc.
So plz tell me why my pc's memory is n/a.

Plz plz plz answer the question.

Thanks in advance.
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  1. It looks like you do not have your GPU drivers installed. Download and use GPU-Z to help determine the type of GPU you have. Then install the correct drivers.
  2. How much RAM is your PC supposed to have?

    Memory (RAM) : 0.97 GB

    If that's the real amount of memory then that would explain why you can't play games.

    Do you have a dedicated graphics card?
  3. As purple stank says, I would also highly recommend installing additional RAM. 4GB total is the sweet spot for gaming today. Even though you have a 32 bit OS, your OS will use 3.5GB of RAM and should be good for gaming too.

    Also as purple mentioned, do you have a discrete GPU? Onboard GPU's are junk for gaming.
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