Well, this is new (JA problem)
After a long time no play, I re-installed JA and the 1.01 patch, ready to kick some bootay...
Now everything fine until I start the actual game, when everything starts to flicker very annoyingly, Jaden seems to walk through the map then not then through, etc...
I messed with the Graphics settings quite a bit but nothing seems to help, I'm just about to do a re-install but I'm just wondering if someone has an idea what this could be in case it happens again (which it probably will)
<<< System Summary >>>
> Mainboard : MSI MS-7021
> Chipset : VIA KT600
> Processor : AMD Athlon XP @ 1916 MHz
> Physical Memory : 768 MB
> Video Card : Nvidia Corp GeForce4 MX 4000
> Hard Disk : Maxtor (123 GB)
> Hard Disk : QUANTUM (6 GB)
> DVD-Rom Drive : PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-111
> CD-Rom Drive : ATAPI CD-ROM 52XMax
> Monitor Type : RELISYS TE770 - 16 inches
> Network Card : VT82C570 MV IDE Controller VT6102 Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adapter
> Operating System : Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.01.2600 Service Pack 2
> DirectX : Version 9.0c
Did you install the latest drivers?
Your card looks high enough to play, and Direct X is up to date.
It MAY be a moniter issue. Flickering, what do you mean. Could I have some more detail, and I'll try to help more. :D
Sounds like DirectX or Graphic Card drivers are corrupt.
Run a defrag and a scan disk
Drivers are all the latest AFAIK, 91.81 for Nvidia...
I'll try to re-install and then see what happens, if it still does it I'll do a defrag etc. maybe.
Edit: I give up, stupid f***ing piece of **** never did this before...
Tell me which hardware device was the lastest you added to your computer, and i would recommend you remove the 6 gb harddrive from your computer.
Let the computer be fast, dont add a bottleneck to your system like the harddrive on 6 gb, its way too old to your system.
Remove also the CD-Rom, you have a DVD burner which is alot newer then the cd-rom drive.
Let the system be fast instead of slowing it with old hardware devices.
Now test Jedi Academy Again.
It's ok I (kinda) fixed it, it only seems to do it on Yavin 4 (so far), I managed to get past it, I just hopes it stays away now...
I don't use those older devices though, will they still affect the performance of my PC?
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