AskingQuestions123, on 15 June 2013 - 04:34 AM, said:
i replaced my RAM card that the original laptop came with.
He meant your vram which comes with your gpu (that you havn't listed). The syst. req. minimum is of 256MB vram. Your cpu and ram is enough to play, the setting would depend on which videocard you buy (if you decide to). Also if you decide on a new gpu, be sure your powersupply can handle it.
mikemdm1000, on 15 June 2013 - 05:45 AM, said:
I'm not to worried about running but how well I'll be able to run GW2, any ideas? i5 - 4670k Corsair Neutron GTX 120gb SSD Asus z-87 MB WD Caviar Black 1 TB HD EVGA 660 FTW signature 2 GPU Corsair Builder Series 600w 80+ bronze psu CM Hyper 212 plus CPU fan CM Haf 932 Full ATX case 8 gb Corsair Vengeance RAM (2x 4gb)
I have an i5 2500k and gtx 560 ti and run on max without problem during normal circumstances (aka not huge wvw fights, but then noone can handle wvw). I imagine your setup would do just as fine and probably with some frames more.
With that type of pc I would highly suggest a ssd to go along with the hdd. The ssd makes booting and loading of programs much faster, however, they aren't that large yet, so you'll need the hdd for storage anyways.
Quaker's very well means that it's the best you can get *
*there is ofcourse always better stuff, but they're a lot more expensive. You could take a step down in cpu and gpu range and still max gw2 without any issues, but what you listed will ofcourse be better
What have you tried? From where are you installing, cd or Anet's webpage? Have you tried installing from the other source? What system specs do you have? Have you tried disabling AV/firewall? Are you running the program as Admin?
Anet is probably the only ones who can really help you though. I suggest you mail their support with as much information as you can. Keep in mind that it can take some time (a week or so) before you recive a response.