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Hi guys im really tryin to get help here,when i run gta iv everything is great and it works but just when im starting to play it hangs,the first scenario you have to drive with a car wright? well when im turning left or right

it just starts to hang,dont know whats the problem.

AMD Turion II Ultra Dual-Core Processor M600 (2.4GHz)

17,3" HD + LED BrightView widescreen 1600x900

4GB RAM

1TB harddrive memory

2815 MB ATI Radeon HD 4650 graphicscard

Windows 7 Home Premium (64bit)

I know here are some wise people who can handle this topic so im asking please help.

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Is your keyboard sticking?

P.S., I'm not sure if you meet the minimum requirements or not since you're running a laptop, and the game really was made for desktops only. You really can't run GTA IV on a laptop unless it cost like $2k or more.

Or maybe the keyboard is glitchy.

P.S. My Laptop costed $4,404 and telling everybody this is absolutely essential.

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Hi guys im really tryin to get help here,when i run gta iv everything is great and it works but just when im starting to play it hangs,the first scenario you have to drive with a car wright? well when im turning left or right

it just starts to hang,dont know whats the problem.

AMD Turion II Ultra Dual-Core Processor M600 (2.4GHz)

17,3" HD + LED BrightView widescreen 1600x900

4GB RAM

1TB harddrive memory

2815 MB ATI Radeon HD 4650 graphicscard

Windows 7 Home Premium (64bit)

I know here are some wise people who can handle this topic so im asking please help.

Man i had this problem too! It has nothing to do with your computer, which seems verry good to me.. It's because of some system thing running called "Windows Event Log". To fix this problem to this:

1. Click on your start button and search for "msconfig"

2. Open it up, and click on the tab "Services"

3. Search for "Windows Event Log"

4. Found it? Uncheck the box infront of the name, and click apply.

5. Reboot your computer

6. Happy gaming without lag while pressing buttons!

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