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[FR] compatibilite jeux RIVA TNT2 model 64

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by ga'r's, Oct 4, 2003.

  1. ga'r's

    ga'r's Guest

    bonjour,
    riva tnt2 32mo /pIII 600 /512 mo ram /dd 60 go tout pret/win 98 se....

    qui a ce type de matériel et arrive à jouer à :
    - raven shield 3
    - splinter cell ...

    drivers mis à jour etc.... et bug au demarrage de chaque jeu... apres le
    petit tour sur le site ubisoft j'ai applique a la lettre les
    recommandations...
    il semble que je sois cramé pour raven shield... (processeur + carte
    graphique + importante)
    par contre pour splinter cell ma config (sur le papier )
    devrait fonctionner... pourtant j'obtiens un laconique "error init engine"
    au demarrage....


    Merci de votre aide......
    heu pour half life 2.... il faut que je jette mon pc actuel ?
    peace
     
    ga'r's, Oct 4, 2003
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  2. ga'r's

    ho alexandre Guest

    ga'r's a écrit / wrote :
    salut, ici t sur un forum anglophone, il y aura pas bcp de gens pour te
    répondre.

    //

    hi this is an english speaking newsgroup.
     
    ho alexandre, Oct 5, 2003
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  3. ga'r's

    Dark Avenger Guest

    speak english...

    But... so you have a problem.. with Raven Shield!

    Okay, it's quite a strong game but with a normal good driver it should
    run. Have you patched the game up with the latest patches? Maybe..just
    maybe...ya know

    the TNT2 series are DX6..ya know.... DX6...Ravenshield is an DX8 game.
    Yep..DX8.... :)

    Think...yep...your card might be to old. And it surely to slow for
    Halflife 2.

    Look, you need to buy a new computer and put this system into a second
    life use, wich means...make it a server. Give it a nice job,
    like...having chats with your printer and...umm....be host of a few
    harddisks..orso.

    Your system is just to old :), but maybe if you decided to buy an
    acceptable videocard you might be able to play a few games...still
    then, your system is way to outdated!
     
    Dark Avenger, Oct 5, 2003
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