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13 May 2010   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
please help

I know this is not a "Windows 7" game but technically im playing it on windows 7.

Ok look I play "Runescape" it is played in your browser it was a game created back by a person now owned by a company called Jagex Ltd, but thats besides the point. If anyone knows this game please help if you can.:)

The thing is when I play ever since back in 08, every time I stop my player the screens jumpy I dont think it's lag because its just werid like my player gets to the spot faster than the "screen" is supposed to get there, resulting in the screen shaking every time I stop. It was better on full screen you could barely see it but as of today Full screen+ realizable very jumpy. Now another reason why I think it's not lag is because I tried it on the lowest settings, in 20 million different browsers and the game goes and does the same thing. I had a computer it crashed now I have this Acer I was wrong that it was that computer but it started on there. They also have the same graphics, I don't now if the same series but from Nvidea. I know I can keep ramboling on and on but im almost done explaing, when I play the CPU is at like 30% Ram at 36% RAM. Also there huge wavy lines on the screen when I play if that helps.

If anybody does play this game please give me some ideas because the teck support forums suck on runescape.

Thanks if you can

WARNING: Do not play the game you will get addicted and play for a while if you got nothing better do to like me.

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13 May 2010   #2
not so gray matter

W7 Ult. x64 | OS X

I would try updating your graphics drivers to the latest version for your card. If that doesn't help you could try older drivers as well, sometimes older drivers work better on older computers.

Drivers - Download NVIDIA Drivers

If you need to find out what NVIDIA card you have, download Speccy. Install the program and run it. It will tell you your graphics card, processor, ram, and more.

You could also just go to Start > Run > dxdiag > Enter > Display Tab. That should show you your graphics card model as well. It'll be listed under "Name:" and may also be listed under Chip Type.
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16 May 2010   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

That doesn't do anything, when i first found this out someone suggested that i did it, nothing. And Speccy doesnt even let me download it it says donate but donate isnt money you have to give so what the heck wheres the download....
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17 May 2010   #4

Dual boot XP Pro SP3x86 and Win7 Pro x64

Did you see/try the new DirectX and gfx options posted here May 13. Might have to DL and reinstall/setup to effect changes.

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17 May 2010   #5

7 Ultimate

I remember runescape. Good fun.
Might be a java related problem. I would make a restore point, just incase all goes wrong, at least you can get back to where you started from. Try updating the Java first. In the java icon by the clock. if you right click on it open control panel and select update, then update now. If that doesnt hit the spot I would try uninstaling and reinstaling java again.
That's all I can think of.

Good luck
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