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bct2121

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#1 14 years ago

sup guys, im new to the forums but i was wondering if u can help me , i have a perty ok system as u can see and i resently formated my comp becuse of viruses and now everything is fine but the BFV before the foramting, my BFV was alright becuse i made few tweaks for the video crad but now the game keeps choping and i need help FAST PLZ!!




stevespeed

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#2 14 years ago

Hey man, i hope you get this message because to my knowledge i have solved the problem, my computer was choppin horribly in BFV but it wasnt a hard ware problem persay, it was more of a windows setting problem, i have a small 40gig 5400 rpm hard drive with 512 DDR 333mhz ram, when ever i would line down bfv i would see a YELLOW TRIANGLE saying "your computer is running out of virtual memory" This is something that acts as extra ram but its a sectioned off peice of the hard drive. So i went into the control panel double clicked on performance and maintance,system. in the classic view just go to system. and clicked on Advanced. Then you will see a tag that says performance with saying like visual effects and virtual memory, click the button that says settings, and go the advanced tab again, at the bottom it will show virtual memory in a heading then below a number with mg after it. THis is your current virtual memory. click on the change button, and set it up a bit if its at 768 i would set it to an even gig. and leave the maximun alone then hit the set button, hit ok, reboot if you wish, play bfv and say a quick prayer, you might also have to change it from system manage size ot custom size. then add the values, or 1000 and 1536. in minimun and maximun respectively.




Rod Menass

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#3 14 years ago

hey there, Yo might want to flash your motherboard (important!!), use the latest drivers for your video card and then see what happens. also get the windows updates (including the directx 9.0c) Peter