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Is BF2 Compatible with my computer?


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JoeStrother

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Here are the things that I know of:

Display Driver: Intel® 82915G/GV/910GL Express Chipset Family
Sound: SoundMax Digital Integrated Audio
DirectX: 9.0c
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.80GHz

I am not sure if anything else matters, I know my RAM is enough for it to work but when I try to play BF2 it goes to a black screen and then back to my desktop :tazz:
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mycompsux

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You need a new video card to play BF2.

http://www.newegg.co...?SubCategory=48
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is that the only thing that I can do? I mean I could go buy one but I don't have the knowledge or money to buy/install a new one
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yea new video card n thats it make sure u have AGP err PCI-e PCI wont be able to run on BF2
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well....youll need to make the jump to putting in a new graphics card...dont get someone else to do it because theyll rip you off.
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And you cant go and buy a cheap one either it has to be half decent to play BF2. And you really need a gig of ram for it to run right.
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