Discussion in 'Windows - Games' started by Aubrea, Apr 7, 2007.
My other laptop doesn't have enough space to run the sims 2 PC. I dont know what to do.
by space, do you mean hard drive or ram?
open the laptop up and see if you have the ability to upgrade ram.
if you don't want to delete crap off your hard drive, upgrade to a larger one and reinstall everything to it.
->go to my computer
->right click on Disk/Drive C:
-> it should come up with a Pie Graph. see if you have room.
if ur hard drive is full, then DELETE STUFF U DONT use, or DEFRAGMENT!
i would buy another hard drive, or buy an external one and put all the laptop stuff in there so u have room without deleting
i've deleted practically EVERYTHING on the laptop and it still won't work. i dont know what the problem is.
you know, it would sort of help if you told us your specs
specs? i'm new. i dont know anything about this.
what is the speed of your processor? speed/amount/type of ram? speed/size of hard drive? capabilities of the graphics card? etc etc.
if your laptop is completely stock, just give us a brand name and model number.
is local disk(C what you were talking about? In that case then yeah i do have some space i have 1.65 GB.
do u actully use ur computer for the mass space that u have?
i guess i deleted practically everything that was on there. So i dont know what the problem is.
The problem is obvious the fact you have no idea that "specs" is an abbreviated version of 'SPECIFICATIONS" ,look that word up in the dictionary,once you understand that look at the label on the laptop that gives it's model number then go to the manufacturers website and repost what the following show
processor is it a 1.8GHz
Ram or memory is it 128kb,256kb or 512kb not to be confused with intergrated memory
hardrive is it 20Gb,40,60 80 etc
then before posting clik on start and right click or left clik every icon in the right hand list you see and search thru them all, opening each one of them, also open any sub icons or links and look thru to see what is there at least then you'll have an idea of what's what on your comp [short for computer],lastly invest in the book "computers for dummies"
PS: No one as far as i know can read minds so when asking for help you need to articulate a reasonbly detailed account of the problem including aspecs of what it is you want help with and a little knowledge of the unit your using goes along way because if you don't understand your computer anyone replying to give you advice will be a waste of time as you won't know what they're talk'n about anyway
scorpNZ, im hoping you mean Mb When you say
lol yea 512kb of ram? dam...
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