My computer broke down.
At first its screen turned into a pixel mess and then it just suddenly shut down. And the next thing I saw was the notorious Blue Screen of Death. Then there was more pixel mess, vertical stripes and small pixel cubes all over the screen before Windows loaded. And then same thing happened again: it shut down and that BlueScreen said hello to me again. Now I can't even load Windows.
My brother tried to find out what was the problem and he said my laptop's video card probably said its goodbyes. And because it was a laptop, it can't be changed.
I used to play The Sims 3 with that laptop. Yes, I know a laptop is not the best gaming computer, but it was the only computer here that met the game's requirements. But I wonder was it still too much for it? Can a game break your video card? I tried to find an answer from the Internet, and some people say it can and some say it can't. Maybe my laptop just overheated because of it?
- My real life little sister