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I have an Acer aspire one d250 with windows 7 home premium

specs:

Manufacturer Acer

Model name Aspire One D250

CPU type Intel Atom

CPU speed 1600 Mhz

Graphics Intel GMA 950

OS Windows 7 home premium

Display Size

10.1" 1024 X 600

RAM 2 GB

Hard Disk 160 GB

Keyboard YES

Mouse Pointer YES

Battery capacity 24.4 (Wh)

Weight 1106gm / 39 oz.

Size (w/h/d mm) 259/183/25 mm

Size (w/h/d inches) 10.2/7.2/1

The only game i play is crossfire with the lowest possible graphics settings. i typically get anywhere from 2-15 fps and im wondering if there is anyway i could be getting better (preferably above 20)

asked Jul 14 '10 at 02:43

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I actually have game booster and and ive used ccleaner speedupmypc2010 and advanced system care pro

(Jul 14 '10 at 02:51) Zach Zach's gravatar image

You can always leave a comment on my answer.

CCleaner doesn't really help your computer out if you "clean up your registry," because when you "clean" your registry, you leave holes/gaps in it. Everyone knows how bad a fragmented hard drive is. Imagine if your registry is also fragmented.

I recommend that you ditch the netbook, and use a computer that is made for more than simple web browsing.

(Jul 14 '10 at 03:01) catchatyou catchatyou's gravatar image

Exactly why I hate netbooks...they are underpowered laptops. You can't get a lot of FPS anyway on a netbook anyway.

Now that I put my hate aside, there's an application for Windows called Game Booster. What Game Booster does is close out of any unnecessary running tasks (be careful, because it can also quit your virus protection software).

Netbooks weren't made for anything more than simple web browsing, and a couple of other light things. My only other suggestion is to ditch the netbook and get a laptop that has some decent hardware in it (believe me, you don't want me to get mad about netbooks).

answered Jul 14 '10 at 02:48

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edited Jul 14 '10 at 02:50

buy a desktop. all there is too it. ......................

answered Jul 14 '10 at 06:41

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Personally I don't see why you're even attempting to play games on a netbook. Apart from having a small screen they're also under powered. I recommend you play games on a laptop with a decent GPU or just use a desktop instead. Netbooks and gaming? Definate no no!

answered Jul 14 '10 at 09:00

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thats the problem im 14 im not made of money i cant go out and buy a desktop. Its a low end game i shouldnt have to spend $500 to play it

(Jul 14 '10 at 18:03) Zach Zach's gravatar image

Not sure on a netbook, but ...

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answered Jul 27 '10 at 16:43

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edited Jul 27 '10 at 16:44

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