Team Fortress 2

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  1. Posts : 4,925
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
       #41

    Id stick with the WU version then.
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  2. Posts : 66
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64x
       #42

    Mine works alright, just about decent enough to play.
    It's really smooth when I'm only in the room/area, but when many players are around, it gets fairly choppy. Doesn't matter what my screen resolution, or other settings are at, it still does it. I have the latest driver and all.

    I can still play, but has a scout. It makes everything more of a challenge.
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  3. Posts : 9
    windows 7
       #43

    swarfega said:
    Id stick with the WU version then.
    i dont know now i backrolled to the Win vista driver form the site, Nvidia, exept im running games like off a calculator, TF2 - Lags and is a frigging Slideshow, COD4,Cod5 - Lagathon with slideshow effects,
    ETQW - too slow to moove

    its okay to play games in "small rooms" - small maps
    with 10 ppl on the server

    What happened, i tryed everything and new driver (BSOD again),
    Old driver that worked -181.22_geforce_winvista_32bit_english_whql - slideshow
    and the 17x.xx - version slideshow
    and even when the settings of the game are set to Minimal, Lags and chops like playing on a Pentium 1,

    i even re-installed, now its A bit better but im geting like 4-15 FPS (slideshow)
    and about 20-30 at low pop servers,


    if i run WINxp - no problems im flying like a maclaren F1
    there seems to be some retarded glich with the updates on the Nvidia 8800 ... series, 2 of my frinds with the 8th series are getting the same troubles and with the bluescreens
    Last edited by Brink; 03 Mar 2009 at 17:31. Reason: Removed inappropriate language
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  4. Posts : 1,289
       #44

    Check your BIOS for an option called HPET (High Precision <random OEM name here> Timer) Its usally under the Power management settings... It can cause the exact symptoms your describing with games and the BSODs
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  5. Posts : 15
    Windows 7 x64 Build 7100 RC
       #45

    Unfortuantly for you, the only problem i had for TF2 that i had was carried over from my Windows XP x64, Failure to locate background.

    All i can really suggest is trying to delete your Team Fortress 2 File under
    X:\Program Files\Valve\Steam\SteamApps\Username\
    Delete team fortress 2
    and try again.

    Another thing, Basic stuff, Open up steam
    Right click on Team Fortress 2
    Defrag Game Files and Verify Game Cache.

    And for good measures, delete clientregistry.blob from X:/Program Files/Valve/Steam/
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  6. Posts : 1
    windows 7
       #46

    saiboat said:
    hey guys.
    first of all, nice forum. really interesting stuff to read and nice people! good work

    i also have this problem with tf2. and it is a network problem.
    my net settings are fine and the pings on different servers are alright. but nevertheless it feels like i would be having a ping of 200ms or something.
    i have to say, without wanting to attack anyone, i think this will only be noticed by more advanced players who move quickly and are usually on top of the scoreboard here, take a look at these two screenshots of my net_graph:



    i have absolutely no clue what causes this. again - this is a lag / connection problem, not an fps issue
    hi sevenforums.com,
    i've go exactly the same problem like saibot ... and its realy bothering.

    disabled the visual styles, cleaned the cache, deleted the config, etc. pp ...
    but nothing helps.

    any solutions for this problem now?
    regards, weltraum



    system specs:
    amd athlon 64 x2 dual core 4200+ 2,20Ghz,
    2gb ram, nvidia geforce 7600 gt

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  7. Posts : 1,289
       #47

    weltraum said:
    hi sevenforums.com,
    i've go exactly the same problem like saibot ... and its realy bothering.

    disabled the visual styles, cleaned the cache, deleted the config, etc. pp ...
    but nothing helps.

    any solutions for this problem now?
    regards, weltraum



    system specs:
    amd athlon 64 x2 dual core 4200+ 2,20Ghz,
    2gb ram, nvidia geforce 7600 gt


    Copy/paste this steam url address into your FF or IE addressbar and press enter, it will run the Steam Diagnostics and output a report identifying any codecs/drivers or other configuration causing Steam to crash

    steam://support/?Issues=*

    If Steam continues to crash after trying the recommendations shown on the Diagnostics report, please exit from Steam and then try deleting all files and folders in the Steam directory except for steam.exe and the SteamApps folder.

    Let me know how you go.

    Steven
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  8. Posts : 4
    Windows 7
       #48

    i fixed the laggy issue by deactivating the multi threading in the video settings

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  9. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64
       #49

    Hey guys, hopefully someone here can help me.

    I just installed my windows 7 and I am having some ms problems with my TF2.
    When I am at the base I get 299 fps and 70~80ms (wich is normal), but in the heat of the battle my fps goes down to 150 (again, normal) and my ms goes to 150~200!!! (NOT normal at all!!)
    I have installed the lan drivers from evga (my motherboard) and nothing changes, if its possible, even gets worse.
    So I am using the latest driver avaible for windows 7.
    Its not a problem with the internet, since my brother has vista and he doesnt have this problem playing TF2.
    I have no idea what to do, and I really dont wanna go back to vista. =/

    And for me, doing what 1nsane did, turning off the multicore option, its no good since I have a gtx 295.

    Please, someone help mee!!
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  10. Posts : 4
    Windows 7
       #50

    Multi Core rendering means that tf2 will use 2 CPU Threads instead of 1. so it has nothing to do with your sli mode.
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