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Old 04-17-2002, 10:33 AM   #1
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Hello Fellow Jedi


I have recently purchased a copy of JK2, and i was generally impressed. I did, however, notice that the game is terribly driver temeramental. I was running my GeFORCE 2 64 mb on the 23.11 drivers, causing the game to crash every time a video cut scene was played. I updated the drivers and got rid of the problem, but also i find that when at the Jedi Acadamy, whilst watching lightsaber battles with envy, i found that the framerate dropped in one corner to below 40 fps. I become frustrated to find that the fps drops in parts of the game, my fps going from 90 fps one minute to 40 the next. someone help if you have the problem resolved.

Here is my Rig:

ATHLON 1700+ xp
512 DDR RAM
GeFORCE 2 mx 400 64 mb
Latest drivers
SB Live 128 sound
Windows ME


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Old 04-17-2002, 10:34 AM   #2
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I have more or less teh same specs as you and I have had zero problems.

Only dif is I have a P4, 256 RAM and WinXP
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