My Toshiba Satellite p150 s9337 (or something like that) isnt working nearly as well as it should. It was around $2000 and has great stats. 2046mb of RAM, duel processors and Nvidia GeForce Go 7900 GS graphics card with 520mb. Looks great too, native resolution of 1440x900 at 60hz on a 19" display.
It's epic.... BUT for some reason it just cant play games. I put in Ghost Recon (I greatly surpass the recommended requirements) and at the best settings it works perfectly... for a while. Then the framerate drops and stays down forever, no matter what the setting (even the lowest). It's the same exact story with every other 3D game I try. It works fine for a few minutes then dies. I'm starting to get pretty angry.
I recently found a Nvidia forum where all the Toshiba p100-150 buyers complain about their useless system that they payed good money for. Someone said it was that the driver doesnt work with Vista but how couldnt it? It was custom made by Toshiba to fit the custom Nvidia card in my specific VISTA computer. I cant even get new drivers from Nvidia, it's all through Toshiba.
Sorry about the rant, but does anyone have ANY idea what this could be?