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pokeytrev13

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#1 16 years ago

ok only map that does work on multiplayer is beach. Im wondering if it is my video card? this is it... Intel(r) 82810E Graphics Controller 4.12.01.2576




Whubee

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#2 16 years ago

That is the same card I am using on my parents computer. I had some trouble with it. All you need to do is update it. Go here for the Driver http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df/Product_Filter.asp?ProductID=798 Just be sure to read up on it before you install to make sure its the right one. Hope it helps.




pokeytrev13

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#3 16 years ago

Thanks man it helped! big time!




Whubee

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#4 16 years ago

Your welcome. no problem.




FlederMaus!

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#5 16 years ago

I highly recommend doing a graphics card upgrade, which is not difficult to do, nor expensive. Sure you can spend big bucks on a top of the line one, but if you are on a budget, I'd recommend a Geforce 2 400 mx. This card runs RTCW and newer games very well, and will get your framerates up to a smoother level, plus will smooth out the textures so it will just look a lot better and make the game more fun. The card has 64 megs of memory, and costs about $70 or less, if you shop around. I bought a couple of these for some throw-together computers for friends to play when they come over for a little LAN gaming. Even the graphics on a tired old Pentium II 400 mhz were better than what I saw on a brand new HP computer a friend has.

Jeff:dance:




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#6 16 years ago

I am using on my comp at home a vodoo3 2000. Updated the drivers and it runs real smooth. I would go buy a g force card but I'm way too poor to afford it. So I got to stick to the free updates. Since 3dfx was taken over by nvidia there really hasn't been any more new updates for the card. So I may have to use my thompson and shoot the lock off my wallet and get a better card.




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#7 16 years ago

guys get yourselves a geforce4 Ti 4200 for about 230 bucks: a state of the art videocard and better performance than the Geforce3 Ti 500 or Radeon 8500 and much cheaper also, best performance & quality / price ratio.




KoRn_Warrior_

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#8 16 years ago

eh im using my stantard GeForce 2 Ultra but its good and works like a charm...should by a new one though.




Gnaget

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#9 16 years ago

I have the geForce 3 titanium. Of course a month later the 4 came out and my card's price dropped in half.




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#10 16 years ago

Gnaget I know what that feels like, i bought a P4 computer august 2001 and one month later the prices for P4 dropped with 35%.

Can you imagine how much money that is: a videocard like the Geforce3 down to half of it's price but a P4 computer down to 65%: those are several hundreds of dollars down the drain, real bummer man:uhoh: