I would need some help. Because a game of mine, Total War Shogun 2 crashes continuously at one point in the game when a turn is ending, I went online and checked out some possible tweaks and/or solutions. Most people appeared to be saying that the trick was to increase allocated memory by going into BCDEdit and increasing the memory allocation. I did this by typing the following in the cmd window after running it as an Administrator :
bcdedit/set increaseuserva 2500
The command line worked. Except, I have Windows 7 64bit, and it seems that this wasn't something that was needed to be done since the 64bit version already allocates sufficiently high amounts of RAM for running applications.
Where I need your help is to restore the original settings that were present before I increased RAM allocation.
I tried writing this : bcdedit /deletevalue increaseuserva
This didn't work because that command line doesn't seem recognised right now by my OS. It gives me an error of sorts.
Can I just write something like
bcdedit/set increaseuserva 8000 ???
I have 12GB or RAM.
I had noticed that my computer struggled opening some applications after doing that first increaseuserva.
Any help would be appreciated.
P.S. That also didn't help to fix the game crash, so I guess double whammy for me.