Here are my computer SPECS: two Dual Cor processors 2.2 Ghz each 2.5 GB Ram Nvidia 6800 256 Mb ram I load the game and select a map then the system has a brain fart and tells me I have a problem with my nvda dll and causes the game to stop. However I can still hear the briefing and I do have the newest drivers for my card. This is the only game this happens on. I have set the dx settings to the lowest settings in dxdiag. Anyone got any ideas
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16th February 2007
i have a 4600 dual core so heres a few things u can try !! they worked for me. do u have a decent card ?? try this small patch Download details: Update for Windows XP (KB924867) if u have a amd dual-core then get the dual core optmizer patch which u will find in the amd site. try to update all your drivers including the motherboard drivers and card drivers. (if u have geforce card then dont download the very lastest as yet as theres a few niggle problems with it ,depending what u are running. finally re-install bf2 and patch up with the full 1.41.
Maybe I was not clear. I have 2 dual core processors 2.2 GHZ each for a total of 4 cores. Thanks for the input I have 1.42 patch installed and still have the same issues. I did uninstall the latest Nvidia drivers and found a slightly older driver to install and still not glory. All my other games, Call of Duty 2 Counterstrike War Hammer 40000 All of these intense graphical games run fine. Any more good ideas to try? Thanks for all your help so far.
You might want to ask your question on the nzone forums since you've not got much response here maybe they'll be able to help you out. nZone - PC Games, PC Game Demo, DX 10 Games, New PC Game, PC Game Downloads
Hmm. Well, your first mistake was getting a comp with such an old video card (Okay, it's not that old yet). What I mean is, new technology comes out fast, and you're gonna be behind. I'm not trying to make you feel bad or anything, I mean, the duo core is pretty good, it's just that the video card is so dated. It will start to show when you play online with the settings high. Okay back on topic. I say start off leaving the graphics on the lowest settings in BF2, and raise them a little after you play each map a few times. If you do it right, you can get the game on fairly high settings. Just be careful on what you raise, cause if your comp's like mine, the maps won't load if the wrong settings are turned on or turned up higher in the wrong order. You're probably thinking "WTF NOOB" but I've had that problem in the Battlefield games. Hopefully that should help.