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kelisin
Gallente
HIBOTAN
Posted - 2009.03.11 05:31:00 - [1]
 

Im guessing that there is no way to decrease the game back to where my ****ty card can run it.

So my options are buy a new computer/ card or quit the game?

Basically i log in load space then my graphic card crashes and i cant do anything but shut down my computer and hard restart the *****.

THX420
Posted - 2009.03.11 05:46:00 - [2]
 

Yep, you and me both, bud.

Iz'nuel K'altanee
Posted - 2009.03.11 07:46:00 - [3]
 

Guys/girls, I feel sorry for you, I really do. But you never should rely on God's blessing hand only. New system requirements has been announced weeks ago, there are nobody to blame, actually. And they were clearly stating Shader Model 2.0 as a minimal requirements for the graphic card. Yes, I do understand that RL-thingie is complicated and quite often you cannot even plan things ahead, but! You should always respect the progress in society in all it's appearances. Respect is not like worshipping, but as taking it into consideration, always. Technical progress will march on regardless of your wish, resources or capabilities. Don't be Luddites and don't blame CCP in your troubles. Just stop flooding forum with complaints and put your head into getting funds for an upgrade.

Wish you best of luck in your findings!

Sincerely, Iz'nuel K'altanee.

Schive
Posted - 2009.03.11 08:03:00 - [4]
 

My system meets the minimum req´s, yet, i can´t play anymore. (Getting my laptop reboot just before entering station load)... <<< this even in safe mode...

Now, CCP, havent actually given me a reason to this behavior, but well... im jus one of many i guess...

Guess i´ll set on standby until CCP descides to finetune the lite version, and get working on it so i actually looks a litle premium compared to the good old classic client....

Bullageddon
Caldari
Posted - 2009.03.11 09:07:00 - [5]
 

Originally by: kelisin
Im guessing that there is no way to decrease the game back to where my ****ty card can run it.

So my options are buy a new computer/ card or quit the game?

Basically i log in load space then my graphic card crashes and i cant do anything but shut down my computer and hard restart the *****.


If you have an old comp, I'm assuming your graphics card is AGP.

There are AGP cards that have shader 2/3/4.0 compatibility, I suggest buying one.

Iz'nuel K'altanee
Posted - 2009.03.11 09:15:00 - [6]
 

Originally by: Schive
My system meets the minimum req´s, yet, i can´t play anymore. (Getting my laptop reboot just before entering station load)... <<< this even in safe mode...

Not completely sure about it, but I never seen notebook matching desktop's performance even with same configuration. I could be wrong, but notebooks are more complicated devices with more possible problems: all these integrated solutions, power-saving issues, tiny-sized hardware and so on - all these make notebooks much less suitable for gaming needs. I'd say if you're plan gaming on your notebook, you have to multiply game's requirement by at least quarter to have an idea of what your hardware should have. For example, if game requires 1Gb RAM, you'll need 1.25Gb (rounded up to one and half gigs in this case) to fullfill game's needs. Such calculation will make situation much more easier to predict.

Iz'nuel K'altanee
Posted - 2009.03.11 09:17:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: Bullageddon
There are AGP cards that have shader 2/3/4.0 compatibility, I suggest buying one.

Are you sure there are AGP cards with SM 4.0 support? Haven't heard of any, to be honest.

oolk
Caldari
Caldari Provisions
Posted - 2009.03.11 10:32:00 - [8]
 

I used to run my 2 clients on max settings simultaneously.

Intel extreme board,quad core cpu,twin ATI 4870 in x-fire,Vista,8gig or ram name it i got it all...but post patch attacking sleepers resulted in client crash.

I mean,I could fly to gates,scan,jump gates but when it came to firing a weapon...pouf.

Had to settle to automatic setting (setting tab on log in page)set to performance and log a client.

Havent tried same settings on both chars but something seems to be video hungry beyond what is reasonable that is a fact.

Vargrh
Gallente
The Scope
Posted - 2009.03.11 10:36:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Iz'nuel K'altanee
Guys/girls, I feel sorry for you, I really do. But you never should rely on God's blessing hand only. New system requirements has been announced weeks ago, there are nobody to blame, actually. And they were clearly stating Shader Model 2.0 as a minimal requirements for the graphic card. Yes, I do understand that RL-thingie is complicated and quite often you cannot even plan things ahead, but! You should always respect the progress in society in all it's appearances. Respect is not like worshipping, but as taking it into consideration, always. Technical progress will march on regardless of your wish, resources or capabilities. Don't be Luddites and don't blame CCP in your troubles. Just stop flooding forum with complaints and put your head into getting funds for an upgrade.

Wish you best of luck in your findings!

Sincerely, Iz'nuel K'altanee.
It's not about being a Luddite, its about the total collapse of the economy and banking system in the countries where we live. Trust me, If I had the money to spend, I would be buying a new pc!

Schive
Posted - 2009.03.11 11:15:00 - [10]
 

Edited by: Schive on 11/03/2009 11:16:20
Originally by: Iz'nuel K'altanee
Originally by: Schive
My system meets the minimum req´s, yet, i can´t play anymore. (Getting my laptop reboot just before entering station load)... <<< this even in safe mode...

Not completely sure about it, but I never seen notebook matching desktop's performance even with same configuration. I could be wrong, but notebooks are more complicated devices with more possible problems: all these integrated solutions, power-saving issues, tiny-sized hardware and so on - all these make notebooks much less suitable for gaming needs. I'd say if you're plan gaming on your notebook, you have to multiply game's requirement by at least quarter to have an idea of what your hardware should have. For example, if game requires 1Gb RAM, you'll need 1.25Gb (rounded up to one and half gigs in this case) to fullfill game's needs. Such calculation will make situation much more easier to predict.


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System Information
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Time of this report: 3/11/2009, 09:44:38
Machine name: ZETTI
Operating System: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 3 (2600.xpsp_sp3_gdr.080814-1236)
Language: Danish (Regional Setting: Danish)
System Manufacturer: COMPAL
System Model: DCL561
BIOS: Insyde Software MobilePRO BIOS Version 4.00.00
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor 1.70GHz
Memory: 2048MB RAM
Page File: 356MB used, 3589MB available
Windows Dir: C:\WINDOWS
DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c (4.09.0000.0904)
DX Setup Parameters: Not found
DxDiag Version: 5.03.2600.5512 32bit Unicode

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DxDiag Notes
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DirectX Files Tab: No problems found.
Display Tab 1: No problems found.
Sound Tab 1: No problems found.
Sound Tab 2: No problems found.
Music Tab: No problems found.
Input Tab: No problems found.
Network Tab: The registry information for the DirectPlay application 'Heroes of Might and Magic III' is missing or damaged. You should reinstall that application.

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DirectX Debug Levels
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Direct3D: 0/4 (n/a)
DirectDraw: 0/4 (retail)
DirectInput: 0/5 (n/a)
DirectMusic: 0/5 (n/a)
DirectPlay: 0/9 (retail)
DirectSound: 0/5 (retail)
DirectShow: 0/6 (retail)

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Display Devices
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Card name: ATI MOBILITY RADEON 9700
Manufacturer: ATI Technologies Inc.
Chip type: ATI MOBILITY RADEON 9700 AGP (0x4E50)
DAC type: Internal DAC(400MHz)
Device Key: Enum\PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4E50&SUBSYS_001214C0&REV_00
Display Memory: 128.0 MB
Current Mode: 1400 x 1050 (32 bit) (60Hz)
Monitor: Standardskærm
Monitor Max Res:
Driver Name: ati2dvag.dll
Driver Version: 6.14.0010.6451 (English)
DDI Version: 9 (or higher)
Driver Attributes: Final Retail
Driver Date/Size: 5/15/2004 21:42:06, 206336 bytes
WHQL Logo'd: Yes
WHQL Date Stamp: n/a
VDD: I/T
Mini VDD: ati2mtag.sys
Mini VDD Date: 5/15/2004 22:41:40, 745984 bytes
Device Identifier: {D7B71EE2-0D10-11CF-436E-1820A1C2CB35}
Vendor ID: 0x1002
Device ID: 0x4E50
SubSys ID: 0x001214C0
Revision ID: 0x0000
Revision ID: 0x0000
Video Accel: ModeMPEG2_C ModeMPEG2_D

Above is system specs for my Laptop.
Now, notice the date of the driver. ya, 2004.
Found a 3. party driver tweaker that took my driver to a 2007 version, (tweaked and modded Catalyst desktop driver). (Link: http://www.omegadrivers.net )
I am now running EvE.
low/low : Everything is smooth. (app 20 fps in station)
Med / Low: A little laggy. (app 9 fps in station)
High/high: Laggy. (app 4-5 fps in station)

Most importantly. Radeon outdated drivers, should try this out. Also, this driver allows for card clocking i think :S ... (not touching anything that allready works.)

Iz'nuel K'altanee
Posted - 2009.03.11 11:32:00 - [11]
 

Edited by: Iz''nuel K''altanee on 11/03/2009 11:41:20
Originally by: oolk
<...>I mean,I could fly to gates,scan,jump gates but when it came to firing a weapon...pouf.
Had to settle to automatic setting (setting tab on log in page)set to performance and log a client.
Havent tried same settings on both chars but something seems to be video hungry beyond what is reasonable that is a fact.

Well, I assume it certainly has something with Sleepers themselves, since playing on max settings in 6.10.84244 didn't cause me any troubles yet. Well, except learning queue, but this one is different story. And I have about top desktop for Autumn 2006: E6600, 8800GTX, 2Gb RAM. Try to update Catalyst and DirectX via dxwebsetup.exe (look @ http://www.microsoft.com/directx), not a panacea but can be helpful.

Originally by: Vargrh
It's not about being a Luddite, its about the total collapse of the economy and banking system in the countries where we live. Trust me, If I had the money to spend, I would be buying a new pc!

It is a really harsh time for purchasing new hardware, I give you that. Excuse me, but should we be waiting for something like this to start thinking about upgrade? I mean, you can do local upgrades, like replacing a video or adding the memory from time to time because it's hardly necessary to upgrade whole system at once. Don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to teach or whatever, just trying to be logic. Notebooks are different deal from desktops, but they become garbage sooner than desktop PCs. Notebooks owners should be even more acute, I guess.

Originally by: Schive
Found a 3. party driver tweaker that took my driver to a 2007 version, (tweaked and modded Catalyst desktop driver)

Oh, that reminds me: Mobility Modder => Tools => choose version for nVidia/ATI.
Converts any driver release into a driver pack for mobile platforms. You ought to try that with last Catalyst as well Smile

KISOGOKU
Posted - 2009.03.11 12:19:00 - [12]
 

Edited by: KISOGOKU on 11/03/2009 12:24:57
yes there are
3850
3650
2600xt 39.99 after MIR
And 4650 or 4670 models coming to agp .
Originally by: Iz'nuel K'altanee

Are you sure there are AGP cards with SM 4.0 support? Haven't heard of any, to be honest.

Mish'Kala
Minmatar
Between the lines
RAID Alliance
Posted - 2009.03.11 13:17:00 - [13]
 

Originally by: Iz'nuel K'altanee
Originally by: Bullageddon
There are AGP cards that have shader 2/3/4.0 compatibility, I suggest buying one.

Are you sure there are AGP cards with SM 4.0 support? Haven't heard of any, to be honest.


Yes there are.
Linkage

That should run Premium Very nicely.

OMGJITA
Posted - 2009.03.11 13:24:00 - [14]
 

Originally by: Schive
My system meets the minimum req´s, yet, i can´t play anymore. (Getting my laptop reboot just before entering station load)... <<< this even in safe mode...

Now, CCP, havent actually given me a reason to this behavior, but well... im jus one of many i guess...

Guess i´ll set on standby until CCP descides to finetune the lite version, and get working on it so i actually looks a litle premium compared to the good old classic client....


if you deffo have a Shader model 2 card, 1 make sure everything is on low in the client, and 2 update your GFX drivers.

the latter being very important.


Reelism
Minmatar
Posted - 2009.03.11 13:32:00 - [15]
 

Why does everyone say dont blame ccp?

This game was created about 6 years ago which is like forever ago in computer terms. Starcraft is the longest running game ever and the graphics are still unchanged.

Maybe CCP should think about that and the rest of you too. Kicking people out of a game and saying there **** is out of date is kinda bogus.

If i knew then what i know now i would have never played eve online. I have never heard of a game changeing its core system requirements to get rid of old players.

You are only losing your most dedicated player CCP the people who have been with you since day one and had no need to upgrade.

Moloch Baal
Amarr
The Village Idiots
Posted - 2009.03.11 13:52:00 - [16]
 

look I can understand why you guys are a bit ticked off, but I for one am realy glad they keep improving this game instead of keeping it the way it is for years untill it bleeds to death. Think the reason it still exists after 5 years is because they keep improving it.

Now just go buy an old AGP gpu card with 2.0 or 3.0 shading and your worries are over. It wont even cost that much. But of course complaining is easier now innit?

Sanngo
Posted - 2009.03.11 14:17:00 - [17]
 

Hi,

one thing is for sure laptops/mobile computers will always give trouble be it by the components or stuff like shared memory.
It has always been a fact of computer life, there are some exceptions to this problem but then again you will pay the price for it (Alienware, laptops with non shared memory, high end laptops)
But that said, I of course do no know your setup, any way most laptops in the lower prize range will have trouble working with the new apoc expansion and the premium lite would be good solution when it comes out.

Any way upgrading your PC... there many ways to go with that, the most important one is information gathering.
What kinda budget you have and what needs to be upgraded...

For example, 1 year ago my old PC was dying it worked but the blue screen where getting totally out of hand.
Of course it could be XP or driver related but what ever i did it did help reinstalls and so on.
So basically it was at it end of life after 5 years.
Time to buy a new one but i had no real budget to buy a new gamer PC so I started to search around getting info about PC's it took me about 1 to 2 days.
I had a budget of around 400 euro not much and you get a system for that but i wanted to play games also.
After some searching I found a retailer called Mediamarkt in Holland and they where selling Packard bell computers (for peeps outside of europe sorta like Dell and HP) they where selling a system for about 599
that met my expectations still it was over my budget and no monitor.
But with some negotiation I could buy the system for 599 and a 19"LCD monitor which was a good deal because normally the system would cost 899 euro with out a monitor.
Why was it 200 euro cheaper well the system was allready a year on the market Smile

Now a year further the system is still purring along and I have added some upgrades to it.
I upgraded memory to 2 Gb (bare minimum for Vista)
I upgraded the CPU after 6 months
I upgraded the soundcard (creative)
I upgraded the GFX card from a Nvidia 7900 to 8500GT 1 Gb. (ASUS)

total cost for that about 400 euro just to increase preformance.

Yeah i had some other stuff added to my PC besides that 2 external HDD, 1 extra 19" monitor, G15 keyboard, MX logitech mouse) make the cost higher.

All i wanna tell with this story if you put your mind to it and are content with not buying high end stuff
you can buy a system that works.
Sure it's not top of the line but i can play Eve and WoW, plus other games.

yeah it uses Vista but (and i will get flamed for this) Vista is in lot's of ways better then XP, it's not the memory hog lot's of peeps say about it.
Sure it has it's problems but since SP1 i had no real trouble with it, except when i screwed around to much with software.
it's all in the tweaking and customizing of vista.

Sanngo

Lisa Hex
Cyclone Innovations
Posted - 2009.03.11 14:24:00 - [18]
 

my white macbook runs the premium "lite" better than it did the classic (the white macbook not the new ones) and its not supposed to be able to run it... so figure that out...

Sango kun
Posted - 2009.03.11 14:25:00 - [19]
 

Originally by: Moloch Baal
look I can understand why you guys are a bit ticked off, but I for one am realy glad they keep improving this game instead of keeping it the way it is for years untill it bleeds to death. Think the reason it still exists after 5 years is because they keep improving it.

Now just go buy an old AGP gpu card with 2.0 or 3.0 shading and your worries are over. It wont even cost that much. But of course complaining is easier now innit?


Hear hear!! as Moloch said it needs to evolve.
You can follow and you really do not have to do it with High end stuff um hardware.
Be smart buy smart!! and if your not a hardware geek find one!!

Sango

Iz'nuel K'altanee
Posted - 2009.03.11 14:52:00 - [20]
 

Edited by: Iz''nuel K''altanee on 11/03/2009 14:54:37
Edited by: Iz''nuel K''altanee on 11/03/2009 14:53:38
Originally by: Reelism
Why does everyone say dont blame ccp?

Well, first of all, neither EULA, nor ToS keeps promises of not-evolving, static environment and program code. Common sense is the best thing to use in this case. Next, how many simultaneous connections EVE had 6 years ago? And how much now? System needs stability to fulfill desires for oldtimers and newcomers both. Stability for 2 differently coded clients, running in the same environment is a trick, you can trust me on that or Google it. Trick demands time and money to be completed. It seems to be, that there is lack of either one or both to keep enthusiasm of upkeeping both clients.

Originally by: Reelism
If i knew then what i know now i would have never played eve online. I have never heard of a game changeing its core system requirements to get rid of old players.

Nicely put. But you need more anger and desperation to sound fierce. Practice more.
Originally by: Reelism
You are only losing your most dedicated player CCP the people who have been with you since day one and had no need to upgrade.

Ah, come on! Tell me: do you still have your 6 yo mobile? Or clothes? 6 years old means having Pentium 4 (very old one), 512Mb RAM, 40Gb HDD and FX5800 series or ATI 9x00 series as a typical gaming PC. Except memory and, I guess, CPU, everything is OK for minimum system requirement. Thing is - people tend to judge others by own needs. Try to live completely like you did 6 years old and decide - do you still want it?

P.S. Sorry for the bad English, I'm not native.

Edit: typos.

flashsplat
Gallente
Black Rainbow Knights
Posted - 2009.03.11 15:01:00 - [21]
 

Edited by: flashsplat on 11/03/2009 15:03:26
I have an ATI Mobility X700 in my laptop and the game BSOD'd on me 4 times in a row while loading the station.

Naturally, being a laptop and because laptop manufacturers want to provide there own drivers for the cards, i wasn't able to install the latest drivers from the ATI website..

HOWEVER! I did a google search for something like "ATI Mobility X700 Drivers for laptop" and found all sorts of things. That Mod tool mentioned above allowed me to download the latest drivers and install them.

Game is working fine for me now. Hope that helps.

EDIT: Moral of the story: Update your video drivers using whatever means neccisary. You can always roll them back or do a system restore. - You ain't playing EVE now so you've got plenty of time :)

xStormwingx
Dark Star Cartel
Posted - 2009.03.11 15:06:00 - [22]
 

Originally by: Reelism
This game was created about 6 years ago which is like forever ago in computer terms. Starcraft is the longest running game ever and the graphics are still unchanged.

Wait, are you serious?

Reelism
Minmatar
Posted - 2009.03.11 15:18:00 - [23]
 

Originally by: Iz'nuel K'altanee
Edited by: Iz''nuel K''altanee on 11/03/2009 14:54:37
Edited by: Iz''nuel K''altanee on 11/03/2009 14:53:38
Originally by: Reelism
Why does everyone say dont blame ccp?

Well, first of all, neither EULA, nor ToS keeps promises of not-evolving, static environment and program code. Common sense is the best thing to use in this case. Next, how many simultaneous connections EVE had 6 years ago? And how much now? System needs stability to fulfill desires for oldtimers and newcomers both. Stability for 2 differently coded clients, running in the same environment is a trick, you can trust me on that or Google it. Trick demands time and money to be completed. It seems to be, that there is lack of either one or both to keep enthusiasm of upkeeping both clients.

Originally by: Reelism
If i knew then what i know now i would have never played eve online. I have never heard of a game changeing its core system requirements to get rid of old players.

Nicely put. But you need more anger and desperation to sound fierce. Practice more.
Originally by: Reelism
You are only losing your most dedicated player CCP the people who have been with you since day one and had no need to upgrade.

Ah, come on! Tell me: do you still have your 6 yo mobile? Or clothes? 6 years old means having Pentium 4 (very old one), 512Mb RAM, 40Gb HDD and FX5800 series or ATI 9x00 series as a typical gaming PC. Except memory and, I guess, CPU, everything is OK for minimum system requirement. Thing is - people tend to judge others by own needs. Try to live completely like you did 6 years old and decide - do you still want it?

P.S. Sorry for the bad English, I'm not native.

Edit: typos.


Why didn't u quote the starcraft bit? oh wait i know why because the longest running and most sucessful game to date still runs on the same graphics it had back in 1998.

oh and FYI 6 years ago i was in high school and i cold afford to spend my money on perks. I can no longer afford the things i used too.

Johren
Posted - 2009.03.11 15:50:00 - [24]
 

Originally by: Reelism
Why didn't u quote the starcraft bit? oh wait i know why because the longest running and most sucessful game to date still runs on the same graphics it had back in 1998.

oh and FYI 6 years ago i was in high school and i cold afford to spend my money on perks. I can no longer afford the things i used too.

Ok I'll bite.

You really *really* can't compare a standalone game released in 1998 to an MMORPG. The EVE developers are constantly trying to evolve the game to stay competitive with other big name MMOs. Starcraft was and is great, don't get me wrong, but this is very much an apples to oranges deal here.

I fully appreciate the frustrations of suddenly not being able to play a game you have much time, effort and money invested into. Unfortunately those who can no longer play this and cannot afford a $30 to $50 video card upgrade will have to set this aside until they can upgrade or for now play other games. Yes laptop users are obviously a different story since you can't just drop a card in there most of the time. In the end this is a game, a luxury for us who play. It's also the main business for CCP. With today's gaming market and the level of hardware in the average computer sold in the last couple years it's a business decision CCP has made to move forward with their game engine and only support a single, current engine instead of two different ones.

I'm sorry to those adversely affected by this, but that's just how it is.

HMCS Hunter
Posted - 2009.03.11 16:25:00 - [25]
 

Go mow some lawns or something... geesh a video card is only about $100..

Vargrh
Gallente
The Scope
Posted - 2009.03.11 21:10:00 - [26]
 

Originally by: Iz'nuel K'altanee

Ah, come on! Tell me: do you still have your 6 yo mobile? Or clothes? 6 years old means having Pentium 4 (very old one), 512Mb RAM, 40Gb HDD and FX5800 series or ATI 9x00 series as a typical gaming PC. Except memory and, I guess, CPU, everything is OK for minimum system requirement. Thing is - people tend to judge others by own needs. Try to live completely like you did 6 years old and decide - do you still want it?

P.S. Sorry for the bad English, I'm not native.

Edit: typos.


This is my current system, and it was working fine for eve prior to the upgrade:

AMD Athalon Xp 1600 (1.4ghz single core cpu)... with KR7A motherboard.
512MB PC2100 266mhz Ram
Geforce 3 TI200 32MB GFX
Audigy Sound Card

Looks like I will be upgrading the gfx

Captain Plumbo
Plan- og Bygningsetaten
Posted - 2009.03.11 21:25:00 - [27]
 


Alejan Gerakh
Minmatar
Clan Hyena
Posted - 2009.03.11 21:27:00 - [28]
 

Originally by: Johren
Originally by: Reelism
Why didn't u quote the starcraft bit? oh wait i know why because the longest running and most sucessful game to date still runs on the same graphics it had back in 1998.

oh and FYI 6 years ago i was in high school and i cold afford to spend my money on perks. I can no longer afford the things i used too.

Ok I'll bite.

You really *really* can't compare a standalone game released in 1998 to an MMORPG. The EVE developers are constantly trying to evolve the game to stay competitive with other big name MMOs. Starcraft was and is great, don't get me wrong, but this is very much an apples to oranges deal here.

I fully appreciate the frustrations of suddenly not being able to play a game you have much time, effort and money invested into. Unfortunately those who can no longer play this and cannot afford a $30 to $50 video card upgrade will have to set this aside until they can upgrade or for now play other games. Yes laptop users are obviously a different story since you can't just drop a card in there most of the time. In the end this is a game, a luxury for us who play. It's also the main business for CCP. With today's gaming market and the level of hardware in the average computer sold in the last couple years it's a business decision CCP has made to move forward with their game engine and only support a single, current engine instead of two different ones.

I'm sorry to those adversely affected by this, but that's just how it is.

Hit the nail on the bloody head, you did.

Iznuel Kaltanee
Posted - 2009.03.12 06:25:00 - [29]
 

Just in case somebody not reading whole story. This tool helped alot of people in the past, maybe it'll help you?

Mobility Modder => Tools => choose version for nVidia/ATI.
Converts any driver release into a driver pack for mobile platforms. Means you don't need real Mobility driver, you can get regular one and turn in into the one for nootebook/laptop.

David Grogan
Gallente
The Motley Crew Reborn
Warped Aggression
Posted - 2009.03.12 09:26:00 - [30]
 

Originally by: kelisin
Im guessing that there is no way to decrease the game back to where my ****ty card can run it.

So my options are buy a new computer/ card or quit the game?

Basically i log in load space then my graphic card crashes and i cant do anything but shut down my computer and hard restart the *****.


hey kelisin how is tricks?

did it ever load for u since patch or was it after u changed a setting?

u could try using upto date gcard drivers.... and make sure directx is also upto date

it might help


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