If your Hardware is pretty much compatible with game requirements than you have to go through some points before playing game to prevent your PC from slowing down:- - Shut down all running updates - Remove all temporary files from your system - You must have enough memory on disc that can support your paging memory - Shut down all background running applications - Run Reginout Utility for extreme gaming experience - Update DX on your system Thanks, Hope I helped.
To Fix corrupted registry download a reliable System Utilities, go to famous website download.cnet and search there Reginout. Which I personally use and recommend the friends. Following are the main benefits of using Reginout:- - Repair and clean registry errors crashes and freezes in applications and programs. - Optimize and speed up internet through the internet optimizer feature. - Clean up the backyard. - System Cleanup Registry Cleaner - Internet Optimizer feature Services Optimizer - Defragmenter Startup Manager You can also go for Ccleaner. Its a good program to fix some PC issues, but i don't know well about their benefits. Thanks
There are lots of little things that slow down a computer, mostly it is programs that are running, but day to day clutter can slow your computer down too. A good thing to try is to download a good program like Ccleaner or Reginout. I personally Use Reginout because i don't believe on free products. It will analyze your computer, and clean up all that it can safely clean, inducing your registry. It works well, and is 100% reliable.
1. Click "Start", input "Device Manager" (without quotation marks) in the Search box, and then press "Enter". 2. Double-click "Sound, video and game controllers" to expand it. 3. Right-click the installed Sound Card and then click Uninstall. 4. Restart the computer. 5. Run Windows Update to install the sound card driver. What is the result? If the issue still exists, let's move on to disable sound effects and enhancement: 1. Click the Start Button, type "MMSYS.CPL" in the Start Search box and press Enter. 2. On Playback tab, click the Speaker which is used and click Properties button. 3. Switch to Advanced tab, uncheck the "Allow applications to take exclusive control of this device" option. 4. If the Enhancements tab is available, click it. Check 'Disable all sound effects". 5. In Setting section, Select None. 6. Click Apply and click OK. Besides, please check if there is audio related software installed. You can temporary remove it to see if the issue occurs. If the issue persists, please help to collect...