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Bf2 Locks Up My System


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#1 Darkdevil725

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Posted 30 September 2007 - 06:10 PM

BF2 locks up my pc after playing about 10-20 min i keep all the setting on low and I havnt found a fix for this anywhere except for 1 guy who told me that 1g of ram wasnt enough and that 2 was needed but i dont have the money for more ram atm. My pc is a Dell XPS 410 with a Geforce 7300LE and of course 1g of ram.
Cant someone plz tell me how to fix this I have the exact same issue with BF2142.

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#2 Sterling14

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Posted 30 September 2007 - 07:22 PM

Welcome to BleepingComputer!

I've played battlefield 2 and 2142 with only 1gb ram, even though they run better with 2gb.

Also, your problem could be your graphics card. Its not really that great, but you should be able to run battlefield 2 and 2142 on low settings. Here are some possible problems:

1. Your graphics driver is out of date. Go to nvidia.com and download the latest graphics drivers for your card.

2. Your card might be overheating. Open your computer up and blow some air (canned air works best) throughout the entire case to get the dust and other crud out of it. Especially blow the air through the heatsink on your graphics card.
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