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Gran Turismo 3
#1
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Hello I am new here and have recently tried Pcsx2 because I was cleaning out the inside of my ps2 when i accidentally ripped the power strip. Now I cannot use it at all. Now, how can I make Gran Turismo 3 work on my laptop?

Specs
Windows Vista Home premium
Acer Aspire 5050-3785
AMD64 turion Processor @2.2GHZ
1.0GB DDR2 SDRAM(I can upgrade it to 4.0GB but I have no money)
256MB dedicated video memory
ATI Raedon Xpress 1100 Graphics card.

Thank you for any responses and help!!!

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#2
If you did not dump the bios of your PS2 before it died, you are out of luck.
Reading the OFFICAL GUIDE can answer 90% of your newbie questions
SEARCHING the forums can answer 90% of your advanced questions.
#3
(02-21-2009, 01:30 PM)VeaaC Wrote: If you did not dump the bios of your PS2 before it died, you are out of luck.
Thankfully I did. And All I need is the power strip to be replaced and I will be back to my PS2. So what you're saying is that my laptop basically sucks too bad for PCSX2 to work with GT3?
I can run FS2004 and GTA San Andreas with no problem(on medium settings).
#4
What about this one, This is my mom's PC
http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/ca/en/ho/...43628.html
#5
It my be possible, but with an integrated graphics card and a mobile processor you will most likely not be able to achieve full speed.
A little search reveals ( http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-2843.html...an+Turismo ) that the game is not running very well at the moment.

Sp your best bet might be to buy a new PS2 or getting it repaired.
Reading the OFFICAL GUIDE can answer 90% of your newbie questions
SEARCHING the forums can answer 90% of your advanced questions.
#6
(02-21-2009, 01:49 PM)VeaaC Wrote: It my be possible, but with an integrated graphics card and a mobile processor you will most likely not be able to achieve full speed.
A little search reveals ( http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-2843.html...an+Turismo ) that the game is not running very well at the moment.

Sp your best bet might be to buy a new PS2 or getting it repaired.
Yeah I should do that. Anyways, I have the NTSC version.




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