Horrid lag in Dragon Age Origins...
DA:O was running just fine on highest video settings when the first time I played it. Then it got progressively worse. Right now I have lag even on the lowest settings.
Here's my Laptop's configuration,
Processor: Intel Core i3-2310M CPU @ 2.10GHz 2.10 GHz
Internal memory - 4 GB (2.92 GB usable)
Operating system - Windows 7 Professional 32-bit
DirectX version: 11.0
GPU processor: GeForce GT 520M
Driver version: 266.32
DirectX support: 11
CUDA Cores: 48
Core clock: 740 MHz
Shader clock: 1480 MHz
Memory clock: 800 MHz (1600 MHz data rate)
Memory interface: 64-bit
Total available graphics memory: 2262 MB
Dedicated video memory: 1024 MB DDR3
System video memory: 0 MB
Shared system memory: 1238 MB
Video BIOS version: 75.19.12.00.FF
Bus: PCI Express x16 Gen2
There's another peculiar problem. When I update my Nvdia driver to the latest one the Nvidia control panel does not show the option of using the graphics card. I mean this
In the "Preferred graphics processor" tab after the update it only shows "Integrated graphics". But in the older version, as you can see, I can select which one I want. How is this possible? I just recently(like last week) re-installed Win 7 to wipe the slate clean. But the problem is still there.
I would like to think the specs are enough since it worked fine the first time. Any help would be appreciated :)
Try disabling the Integrated Graphics port in the BIOS (or set the shared memory to 0, or select the card as the first); the graphics card is supposed to be assigned as the primary.
Otherwise, some players report that downgrading the drivers (that is, installing the previous drivers that really worked) do wonders more than the new updates (at least until nVidia fixes it in the next version).
Okay, I'll try that.
Do you have any idea about the other problem? When I update the driver it won't recognize the graphics card in the control panel. I can't choose with which graphics processor to run the program with.
Oops. Turns out you're using a laptop.
Since OEM drivers sometimes don't get updated by the manufacturer, and often nVidia's mobile drivers don't work right and bring the laptop down into a muck of molasses, the best place to get a really working and updated display driver is here: www.laptopvideo2go.com
Tried it and I was able to have my in-law's Acer laptop play new games like Medal of Honor: Warfighter.
^ That games worked quite smoothly after installing that driver :D But the problem with the graphics card option disappearing is still there XD
Meh, as long as the game works I don't care :heh:
Thanks a bunch :)
Oh btw, I love MSGM too :D
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