Left 4 Dead, Valve’s next big game, is coming on November 18 with the demo infecting players on sometime before the release. HalfLife2.net got ahold of the system requirements from Doug Lombardi, the Valve marketing man.
The only potential worry is the need for a 256 MB video card, as many people still run games with a 128 MB card, although you really should have upgraded to something better by now.
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will it work ? INTEL Pentuim dual core 2.6 2 gb ram 256 built in videocard direct x11 windows 7
can my pc run it?
*intel pentium 4 windows xp service pack 3 version 2011
*768 of ram
*nvidia geforce4 mx440 with agp8x 64 mb
Yes it should run just fine for you Linux, but if you want to be sure you can use this site to confirm: http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri/
i am using 128 mb . still i cant play the game . i can hear the sound ( intro video and at the main menu ) but my desktop is dark . i can hear the voice only . help me please
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i have installed in my PC:
CPU: 2.27 GHz
VC 512MB, DX11.
The problem is, while in the middle of playing the game, it automatically shuts down.
Anyone knows a work around for this??
Thanks and regards,
may be it’s not the game. it’s on your system..
just refer to the requirements above or else.. the game will crash..
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