recently purchased call of duty mostly for multiplayer but also for its prestigous ratings in various respected magazines. it is working extremely choppy and it is very hard to play in these conditions. i have a geforce 4 mx video card and about 10 gigs of free space...need to figure out this problem fast! thanks, e hirsch
Do you mean when your playing multiplayer mode your finding people moving then stopping then moving again?
alright let me elaborate... although i have a fairly fast dsl connection, my ping is extremely slow and causes delays but in single player as well it is choppy while i am moving it sometimes momentiarly freezes. sorry if thats not specific as i am a new pc gamer thanks e hirsch
I'm pretty sure about the multiplayer part. Try joining a server that has a low ping of around 30 you should be fine then, all you have to remember is that the lower the ping the better game play you get.
Single player could be because of your graphics card drivers. Make sure you have downloaded and install the latest drivers.
What the specs of your pc?
CPU (processor speed) Memory Graphics card Hard drive
All these can help in finding out the cause of the problem.
What Operating System do you have?? For example if its Windows Then right click on My Computer and it will tell you 2.4Ghz Intel, 756MB Ram - for example. Your Graphics card will be listed in the Settings tab of the Display properties thats located in the control panel.
ok it says i have the plug and play monitor on NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 420, and i right clicked on my computer and what do i do then??
right click on the My Computer and it'll tell you on the screen you get what your computer is and all the details abouts it: System: Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 2 Registered to: Me Computer: AMD Duron(tm) processor 1.30GHz, 256MB of RAM
alright i found it
Dell DIMENSION DIM 4550 Intel Pentium 4 CPU 2.53GHz 2.52 GHz, 256 MB of RAM
Well, that should be ok to play on, itll be your graphics card and Drivers. I dunno how good that card itself is, it should suffice, but try going to www.nvidia.com and downloading the latest drivers for your card.