I never forgot your passion for the blurry wallpapers and your
theories about them.
I also recall you being fan of fancy wallpapers and flashing
motherboard bios in cases of trouble.
For your 4250 chip I would highly recommend ATI drivers (http://
game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx) and NEVER Microsoft (or
Windows Update) ones.
You may be missing lots of performance there!
Just go and grab the Catalyst packages and update both mobo and
On 11 mayo, 14:29, Tony <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> On May 11, 6:25*pm, Carlos <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> > Tony,
> > My laptop has a 4250 onboard video and quite complaint about it.
> > I am not a gamer but it has enough muscle to play 1280x720 videos
> > without a hitch.
> > What part of the performance are you unhappy with?
> > Carlos
> > On May 11, 12:48*pm, Tony <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Ah, it's more or less everything that would benefit from acceleration.
> You may not know it, but there is something called
> ReallySlickScreensavers that are OpenGL and they do run. . .well, lets
> just say O.K. but it seems there is not a drop of performance left in
> the display system.
> As I said, I am not experienced with the ATI's but for the longest of
> time I was looking for the button that would enable acceleration.
> Everything that moves seems to be dragging it's feet.
> Tony. . .
> P.S. - I even re-installed from scratch once to make sure I didn't
> forget anything at first. Something quite different. The fuzzy pebbles
> wallpaper, does that still exist?