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Halo is slow on my pc why i have a good pc


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nathen555

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Hi i bought Halo combat evolved for PC and it is slow gameplay here are the specs you need for the GAME:

733MHz Processor
32MB Video Card
1.2GB Hard Drive Thats For the game

Here Is my specs on my PC

2.5GHz
768MB RAM DDR
NVIDIA GEFORCE FX5200 128MB
42x Speed CD ROM and DVD ROM

I dont know why it is slow its like Jerking when lots of stuff come out and that please help ;) :tazz: ;)
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cybercreeper

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Good luck finding a solution to your problem. i have the exact same card (FX5200) and mine is giving me choppy video. like if i'm blinking really fast..

my set up is
barton 2500+
Geforce FX 5200 128mb
1gzh ram
Asus MoBo

let me know if you find a solution to your problem?

Edited by cybercreeper, 14 June 2005 - 03:04 PM.

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gerryf

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http://www.forumplan...707&tid=1180446

start at the above, since this is game specific
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would halo run on my pc

80gb hdd
2.8ghz celeron proccessor
windows xp pro service pack 2
192mb ram
sis651 64mb graphics memory
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screwy_looie

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mafia runs quite slow and wot does ddr mean
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gerryf

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please start your own thread in the future.

You need more ram

ddr=double data rate
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