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Old 15th September 2009, 03:55 PM
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New Google earth (v5.1b) cannot run on F10

I have downloaded the newly released google earth 5.1b and installed it on my laptop. When I run it and zoom in the map, the screen is froze. The mouse cursor can move but cannot click on any item. The keyboard doesn't function anymore, too. What's the problem? My laptop has an intel graphic card and I could run version 5.0 very well.
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Old 26th September 2009, 02:17 AM
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I have downloaded the newly released google earth 5.1b and installed it on my laptop. When I run it and zoom in the map, the screen is froze. The mouse cursor can move but cannot click on any item. The keyboard doesn't function anymore, too. What's the problem? My laptop has an intel graphic card and I could run version 5.0 very well.
Can google earth 5.1b run with an Intel GMA X3100 graphics card? Anybody knows?
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