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hey i just purchased my Sony VAIO VGC-JS190J all-in-one PC and its a pretty good unit how ever i the main reason for purchasing it was to play my Microsoft fsx. i am able to play the game but i have had to drastically give up most of the graphics or/ have had to turn down the settings on the fsx so the fsx game would play smoothly without any lagging. It's not the worst but i wanna know if Sony or anyone else makes any better graphic cards for the Sony unit? any help would be appreciated.
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Maybe, not enough memory in your RAM?
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my computer have 512 mb of ram so i think it is sufficient.

any suggestions.

thank you for advice me
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512 mb is definitely not enough RAM for FSX ... but it contradicts your statement on this website.
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The specs of the Sony Vaio surpass the minimum required specs to play FSX so you should be fine. Considering it is an all-in-one PC, you are going to be hard pressed to do any upgrades at all.

According to Sony, your particular model comes with 4GB of RAM and a Mobile IntelĀ® Graphics Media Accelerator X4500HD which is more than enough for FSX which only requires 256MB minimum RAM and a 32MB video card.

Your problem is probably because you are running Vista 64 bit and FSX has issues with it.
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grinch2171 wrote:
only requires 256MB minimum RAM and a 32MB video card


I have tried playing with specs like that ... I advise people to quadruple those numbers.
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so i think that the problem is due to the vista 64. not the ram. if the problem should be only for the vista . than i uninstalled the laptop and installed the xp in my laptop. so after installing the xp , the problem will be finished. am i right?

any suggestions. please
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That should do it, methinks.
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if i will uninstalled the windows vista from the laptop than it will work. so tomorrow i will try to uninstalled the windows vista from the laptop and installed the windows xp.

which edition should i installed in my laptop which is really good for me.

for any suggestion

thanks
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Whichever is easiest for you :)

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