:mad: They really need to take a lesson from Papyrus on the way they configure/write/design there programs. I have run everything from Nascar 2003 to Madden 2002 football to Ulead DV conversion software nad the only issue I have had with my machine is Battlefield 1942:uhoh: Originally had 256 PC 333 RAM and the game ran fine. Installed another 512 PC 333 RAM and youd think I changed operating systems:rolleyes: Turns out the RAM is made by different manufacturers, SO THIS CAUSES AN ISSUE WITH THE FREAKIN' GAME:furious: ALL other programs, software,games EVERTHING else was fine. Game now runs great with the 512 PC 333 RAM but if I put the 256 in its blue/black screen heaven:uhm: They should have put a patch out for this :fistpunch: No it wasnt the patches 1.3/DC I ran the game every wich way (IE no patches, patches ETC) and no matter what I did as long as the 256 and the 512 were in the machine together it was reboot time.:r Now I just have to make sure I get the SAME manufacturer of RAM when I get another 512 :lookaround: Anyone looking for some 256 PC 333 RAM that may or may not work on your machine if you are running Battlefield :deal:
I had the prob where my machine would take about 10 times to boot every morning, and BF would crash to desktop, Even had a couple of times when the machine itself rebooted.
Turned out I had a rotten DDRam. Go fig...
uhm well i run a 256 and a 512 meg now and it works fine for me.
I have: Windows XP pro, 256 mb of RD ram, 1.6 mhz p4, MSI 850 pro main board, Soundblaster gamer, G-force 3 ti200.
Now i think that setup is alright but i have to run the graphics realy low, i got all features turned off, textures and graphics are at LOW, resolution is at 800x200x16, and view distance is at 100%.