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Battlefield 1942 / XP

Discussion in 'ATI' started by Pierre Desmarais, Oct 5, 2003.

  1. I was using Battlefield 1942 on a P4, 2.53 mHz, 512 mb ram, ATI 9700 and
    Win98 without any problems at 1024x768 with all the settings at max. Now I
    upgraded to XP, downloaded the latest drivers from ATI and it is so
    sloooooooooowwwwww ... I try reducing the resolution to 800x600 but it
    didn't help much.

    Anybody else with the same problem?
    Pierre Desmarais, Oct 5, 2003
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  2. Pierre Desmarais

    mike Guest

    My system runs it fine at 1024x768 with all the eye candy on. Athlon
    3200+, 1Gb Ram, ATI 9600 Pro 128Mb.
    mike, Oct 5, 2003
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  3. Pierre Desmarais

    Guest Guest

    Try turning hardware sound support on/off in the game, it has a major
    effect on framerates.
    Guest, Oct 5, 2003
  4. Pierre Desmarais

    loco Guest

    turn your sound settings down again...
    loco, Oct 5, 2003
  5. Pierre Desmarais

    Alan Walker Guest

    I got acceptable play at 1024*768, everything pretty switched on and an
    Athlon XP1800 running XP.

    Alan Walker
    Alan Walker, Oct 5, 2003
  6. Pierre Desmarais

    C&M Guest

    I don't know what motherboard you are using, but I had a simular proplem
    with a different game and ended up reinstalling the chipset drivers to fix
    it. All is fine now.
    C&M, Oct 5, 2003
  7. Pierre Desmarais

    J Guest

    I have no problems what so ever on a 9800 Non-Pro 128MB, 3 GHz P4
    Hyperthreding, 512 MB DDR, WinXPPro SP1 Catalyst 3.7 DirectX 9.0b,
    SoundBlaster Audigy.

    I play at 1280*960 with everything turned on and sound at 11KHz and no
    Hardware acc.
    I get 99-100 fps sustained on all maps I've tried on.

    Good game by the way...

    / J
    J, Oct 6, 2003
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