My system specs are: 1.8 GH processor AMD Athlon 512MB DDR SDRAM ATI Radeon 9200 256 MB Graphics Card Here is my problem. I read on the front page of File fronts web site that someone had posted a thread entitled, "New technique I use to reduce lag." Well, I am a little computer savy but I feel that I am not clear on what to do exactly. The messege says this, "It's very simple really. All you have to do is go to your EAGames/Battlefield 2 folder. Find the .exe file labeled "BF2". Rename this file to "BF2*whatever else you want*" where the stuff after BF2 is custom. You could even just put a 1, 2, highframerate, 1337, whatever. Doesn't matter. Just make it so it says something besides BF2.
After this is done, find your launch icon on your desktop (if you have one), go to Properties and adjust the target line to fit the icon you just renamed the standard "BF2" from. Hit apply, and you're done. Your icon for BF2 may or may not change to a blank .exe symbol, and ASE may ask if you uninstalled, but rest assured everything is still where it should be." I dont understand exactly where the BF2.exe is?? So can someone please help me out and explain in detail I would really appreciate it a lot. I can not find anything that says BF2.exe on it. I am sorry but Im dumb at things like this. Thanks in advance.
ironface2000 I dont understand exactly where the BF2.exe is?? So can someone please help me out and explain in detail I would really appreciate it a lot. I can not find anything that says BF2.exe on it. I am sorry but Im dumb at things like this. Thanks in advance.
Go to the folder specified. You probably can't see "bf2.exe" because you are running windows in Bill Gate's "everybody is an idiot so we have to hide useful info" mode, all you will see is "bf2".
Now we have covered that, forget it, cause it doesn't make much difference. Your bad performance is caused by having a crap vid card, a slow CPU and nowhere near enough memory, and nothing will help much with that. Sorry to be so blunt, but it is probably going to save you a lot of mucking about trying to coax enough performance out of your current PC, it simply isn't there!