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I tried out these settings, but there was no change, still crashes to the desktop at 62%.
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Ok so you have unistalled everything having to do with BF2 all files ect...
You have uninstalled and reinstalled all drivers...
Your patches are in order and most current...
Your sound is good working and set the way it should be....
Is your virtual mem set up right under paging file?..(Shot in Dark) Perhaps a System Restore to the point of it working then try again....don't recommend really.

http://www.bf2lag.com/top5tips.html

:whistling: Look at this link as well maybe something can surface here for ya. :blink:
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Paging file size is 1152MB (on Drive C). Game is installed on Drive F (Partition), not manually set up a paging file for this drive.

Edited by oimi, 07 January 2007 - 05:48 PM.

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Nice link, have changed some settings and will see if this has improved the situation.
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After a reboot and reconfiguration/installation of Forceware Drivers, there has been no change.

Edited by oimi, 08 January 2007 - 02:26 AM.

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you need to install the full 1,3 patch and then you might need to reinstall the full 1.4 patch . you dont need to uninstall any thing just reaply the patches . i believe you can get the full patch at gamers [bleep] or somthing like that. it worked for me
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Thank you, I will also try this.
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