|18 Nov 2009||#11|
Well,1st off all thanks u guyz.
I didn`t tell u in the last post that I love to play it in 1024x786 resolution...
That`s not a problem...
In the earlier win that I had,it worked really nice,and there was no problem at all...now,I think the problem is that I have win that is x64,not x32...
I tried to run it in d3d and it work just fine,but it slows down a little bit every few seconds...:/
dc187 thank u a lof for ure help,but i must admit that I`m little bit stupid about changing any properties about my graphic card or something similar.
I didn`t understood almost anything what u sad about "selecting the graphics card to perform scaling rather than leaving it to my screen".....
I`m sad little girl who really loves to play cs...
Even thinking that maybe i should install xp again.....:/
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|23 Dec 2010||#17|
i have the same problem as franky4fingers. available memory is less then 128MB.
i checked my graphics memory which is a total of 358. i have filled in my computer details as much as i could. please guide me on how to fix this error.
btw i have an old game, GTA san andreas, which i have installed and is running properly.
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