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I am using an Athlon 64 x2 Dual Core processor with 2GB RAM with my processor tweaked for performance.

I have a nVidia GeForce Go 6100 and I am experiencing some performance problems. I have changed the VRAM in the BIOS to 128MB and in the nVidia Control Panel, switched the settings to performance. And it did help somewhat, but it still seems the video processing should be better. I have used 162.22 version of Forceware driver, but changed back to my original install drivers and updated them... still same effect.

Even my screen saver is shaky... like it has about 10 frames/second. Is there anything I can do to improve this?

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Can anyone help? If more information is needed, let me know and I will give. I am just not good with troubleshooting video problems. This is a new laptop and my old laptop was using integrated intel graphics 915 chipset (aka OLD AS HELL graphics) and they at least played "Chess Titans" on Vista with no problems. All of my full video rendering is just shaky on all settings.

Also, I have another partition which uses Vista Home Premium x86 (32-bit OS). And it does seem a little better... so I am hoping I do not need to downgrade OS when my old Intel chip did everything fine on the OS I am on now... although it was not x64 OS I was using.

I heard nVidia is having x64 driver trouble... could that be the problem? Maybe not everything is fixed and still some bugs?

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