Running Sega Virtua Tennis 3, it runs but every now and then crashes. I've updated the graphics card drivers.
One obvious point is that the 'Minimum spec' on the case says 'ATI Radeon 9600' and ours is Radeon 9550, is that the problem? Seems kind of obvious I know but just want to clarify if the only way to avoid crashing is updating graphics card?
I agree with wee eddie, increasing your RAM is preferable. Meanwhile you could increase your virtual memory - Right-click My Computer>Properties>Advanced>Performance-Settings>Advanced - Virtual Memory and Change ie increase amount.
Upgrading your Graphics card would obviously help, but may not be necessary - try first with memory options.
For your edification - Virtual Memory is where the pc uses space on your hard drive to make the pc think it has more memory then it actually has, the bigger the hard drive the more Virtual Memory it can use.
minimum specs on games are always very optimistic as it's in their interest to sell the game. try lowering your resolution down to 640 x 480 or the lowest setting the game allows and lower all the other graphics settings as well ( in options ).
jay.p and citadel have summed it up for me. If a game says a minimum whatever and thats what I have I don't buy it because it won't run worth a damn. I only buy a game if I exceed the recommended and even then if I'm close to the recommended I try to download a demo if I can.