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hagop85 posted on Apr 26, 2008 5:58:23 PM - Report post
Hi everybody. Need For Speed ProStreet is probably my favourite game at the moment. I've finished it on PSP and PS2 (starting the PS2 version again for the fun of it). But the PC one is one i'm having trouble running. The game installs fine and is retail version, but during gameplay, the game just runs very slow. All other games run fine except prostreet. Does anyone have a solution for my problem. Thank you.
SuperSkyline89 posted on Apr 26, 2008 6:30:33 PM - Report post
Try changing the graphics quality settings in the game. If that doesn't help then you have a very simple problem, your computer doesn't have the processing power to run Pro Street.
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XtremeCheater posted on Apr 26, 2008 6:57:56 PM - Report post
some guys have struggling framerates while playing with ATI graphics card in this game
Your graphic card does not meet the minimum requirments.Even mine does not meet the minimum requirments but i redoced the quality.I have a fx 5200 and the minimum is fx 5700 i think.
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hagop85 posted on Apr 28, 2008 2:26:00 AM - Report post
i've done everything possible. i've turned down or even turned some features off to see if it made any difference, but no, I mean crysis is runnung better than this.
Chingy42007 posted on Apr 28, 2008 9:36:09 AM - Report post
Post your specifications here.
hagop85 posted on Apr 29, 2008 1:50:50 AM - Report post
vista home premium 32bit
core 2 duo 3.0ghz
these are my specs for my pc, a quick little note, the specs for prostreet say that you need pixel shader 2.0 and i don't think my card has it, does that mean anything. thank you.
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