Originally posted by Demond28:try lowering your graphic settings and type snd_async_fullyasync 1 into the consel
Originally posted by 87thesidGaming:Intel HD family graphics blow, with that definately reduce graphics. Everything else seems fine, also your sound card wouldnt do that, its the graphics card. And that would be your problem.
Originally posted by kernel.panic:Hey, I didn't read the rest of the posts so I'm not sure if this will work, but-Go to properties in the library, and then launch options and type:-d3dI used to crash on startup / get weird glitches with games running on the GoldSRC engine until I did this.
Originally posted by RampagingWombat:If my current graphics card cannot run an older game than it should not be able to run newer games and yet it can.If it's so bad then how can it run games which were released after Half-Life? Which are more of a challenge for it. These newer games are like a 10k run for this graphics card. Half-Life ought to be like a 2k run for this graphics card.I am not hating on my 2012 Toshiba.It's just puzzling that while it can handle these advanced games, it cannot handle a game which a 2005 Dell Desktop had no problems with.