I have a Nvidia GeForce4 MX 4000 video card and I am currently trying to play the game Vietcong. But the game is not playing properly. I have try the help support but I still get bad gameplay. Here is what they said: There are several different solutions to try. Try a combination of the following to find the best for you. These suggestions act to improve your game’s playing speed, or "framerate." This may occur at the expense of graphical detail. In-Game Resolution Use the 800x600 - 16 bit resolution. Also, on the setup menu, choose the 16 bit - Preferred Mode option on the setup menu as well. Monitor Hz Settings Make sure your Monitor Hertz settings match the games default settings for your computer. When you first boot Vietcong it will display the proper settings, you can also reset them to defaults when you load up. nVIDIA Control Panel Settings Make sure you have the latest drivers for your NVidia graphics card prior to following these steps. As of late March 2003, we recommend the use of the ""4345"" drivers (those are the last four digits of the driver version number). To access your NVidia control panel, right click on an open area of your Windows Desktop, then click on Properties on the drop-down menu. Click on the Settings tab of the window that appears, then click on the "Advanced" button, found in the bottom right corner of the window. On the next window, click on the NVidia tab, and you have access to all the NVidia settings available. Click on the narrow green button on the left hand side of that window to expand the options list. Fog Table Check to see if enable fog table emulation is checked in your Nvidia control panel, You can try with both checked and unchecked settings to find which improves your performance. Performance Quality Try to run Vietcong with all "Performance and Quality" sliders pushed completely to the left. Only push them further to the right when the game runs smoothly already, and you want to further improve your visual quality. [Note: pushing these sliders to the right will most likely degrade the framerate, so experiment with them until you find a framerate and quality balance you can tolerate.] So do i need to get a new video card or is there something else I can try.