I tried to find an answer everywhere around the internet, but nothing worked.
When I had a Windows XP, my games were running perfectly well, within the limitations of my PC.
It's not a good PC at all - NVIDIA GeForce 9400GT, Intel Core 2 Quad, 500GB HD, 4GB RAM - I could run GTAIV with all the settings settled at the minimum.
8 months ago, I think, I decided to change my XP for a Windows 7 and to add more HD memory (500GB, actually). I didn't played any games on it anymore because I bought a X360 and now a PS3.
Then I installed some old games to remember the good ol' games - and this League of Legends that my friends asked me to install - and this crap started to slow down.
Every time I run a game it starts really well, normally, with 30-60fps, and after 30 seconds it starts to get ugly, and it's like a 1995 PC trying to run Skyrim.
I did everything internet said me to do - cleaned up my system, installed all the drivers, ran my anti-virus - but nothing seems to help me.
Do someone have any ideas of what's happening with my PC? I used to play everything in my XP, now this Seven can't even run San Andreas or Vice City normally.
Thanks in advance.
Edited by Eagles, 27 March 2012 - 08:37 PM.