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Can My Laptop Run It?

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Hey guys.

 

I've literally just bought Roxio HD Pro online, then it suddenly hit me...can my laptop handle it?

 

Now I'm worried I have wasted my money, so can someone please tell me if I can handle recording / editing?

 

Here are my specs:

 

Windows 7 64-bit

Laptop - HP Pavilion g6

Graphics card - AMD Radeon HD 6620G - Approx memory: 3044 MB

DirectX Features: All enabled.

Processor - AMD A8-3500M APU with Radeon HD Graphics (4 CPUs) - 1.5GHz

Ram - 8 GB

 

Thanks.

Alex

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I'm interested in buying one also. I am in no way computer savvy, but have read the system requirements. It calls for a dualcore processor. Here are my specs, if anyone could let me know if It would work for me would be much appreciated. I assume the requirements are for 1080p. I was wondering if I could record at a lower resolution for it to work on my laptop. Any help would be much appreciated.

 

Acer Aspire 5517

 

AMD Athlon Processor tf-20 1.60ghz

 

3GB ram

 

64bit

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you serious?! so what can I do if I can't even record :s

 

here is the attachment.

 

Thanks for posting it.

 

The CPU is under the minimum requirement, (Processor: AMD A8-3500M APU with Radeon HD Graphics (4 CPUs), ~1.5GHz)

 

Because it's quad core you could if you want buy the product from the Roxio website if it doesn't work you have a 30 day return it policy.

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shiiiit.

 

I didn't buy it from their website.

 

will it 100% not work?

 

what is the required spec?

 

 

Did you notice this is your DxDiag text?

 

DxDiag Previously: Crashed in system information (stage 4). Re-running DxDiag with "dontskip" command line parameter or choosing not to bypass information gathering when prompted might result in DxDiag successfully obtaining this information.

 

I've given you the best answer and solution I know of.

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it says 1.8 GHz processor speed, mine is 1.5 but its quadcore so surely that will be good enough? if not for 1080p, but surely for 720p it will be fast enough?

 

and I do appreciate your replies pal :)

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it says 1.8 GHz processor speed, mine is 1.5 but its quadcore so surely that will be good enough? if not for 1080p, but surely for 720p it will be fast enough?

 

and I do appreciate your replies pal :)

You ARE NOT reading the Requirement correctly :huh:

 

The "1.8 GHz" is for INTEL processors and you don't have one!

 

Your AMD requires a minimum of 2.0 GHz and you are substantially under that one! (cores are irrelevant there isn't multitasking going on)

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You ARE NOT reading the Requirement correctly :huh:

 

The "1.8 GHz" is for INTEL processors and you don't have one!

 

Your AMD requires a minimum of 2.0 GHz and you are substantially under that one! (cores are irrelevant there isn't multitasking going on)

 

oh right.

 

what if I record at 720p? and lower the quality, will it be able to record then?

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Minimum System Requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows® 8, 7, Vista™ SP2, XP (SP3 for 32 bit & SP2 for 64 bit), Intel® Core 2 Duo Processor 1.8 GHz or AMD Athlon x2 64 2.0 GHz, 2GB RAM

 

 

Guy's Roxio's minium system requirements are a guide, 2 cores are listed for both Intel and AMD CPU's.

 

Your quad cores are lower in GHz but they are more powerful than 2 cores.

 

What I said in post # 6.

 

Because it's quad core you could if you want buy the product from the Roxio website if it doesn't work you have a 30 day return it policy.

 

But no one here can guarantee it will run on you CPU's.

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