Error with Intel Video Driver.
I am not sure which version. I get EU-Dreaming.
The Intel Video Driver with Windows 7 error is due to low RAM and low video RAM. There are other problems, the same occurred on a desktop version.
asked Aug 28 '18 at 03:48 AM in Using UE4
So are you using integrated GPU? Which one? That's bad UE doesn't run well on integrated GPU. I had similar problem when my GPU burned (I think). Low ram? What do you mean? Do you know how much is UE memory hungry? Video memory shouldn't be huge problem if you don't wanna create AAA quality with 4k texture on this hardware.
CPU is from a T410 Lenovo
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU - M 520 @ 2.40GHz 2.40 GHz
Installed memory (RAM): 4.00 GB (3.80 GB usable) - this , with a 204-pin 2 GB DDIII 1333 RAM data stick. - which is installed in the only RAM slot available on that system. - There is no slot to install a 2nd RAM chip (stick).
I also have more details on the CPU should you need it.
1 GB Hard disk was input as 1 TB and the data was modified after I saved the input on the site. No, they never clear my disk, and I don't go to computer service in America. I am going to uni to design other chips than Intel. I'm in courts against them for warfare as they use their chips in courts to attack me and my family.
Also, you seem to try to mislead me with false assumption about what computer service store would or would not do. I'm sure I would be in litigation against them too, since I also not only backup my data / copy it, but also register copyright for it and I have over 5 copyright registration numbers and copyright claims for it. I, in fact, I'm going for my first patent for my works, and I intend to get and apply for more than 1 patent for my works. It obviously won't be patent that I would get or associate with warring parties. There are fewer and more select friends over the years with all this ongoing electronic warfare.
Also note that, this site also has a problem to upload images and data. It disconnects, copies images , and has other spying problems.
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