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BF2 1.12 Patch

By PISSED
Feb 11, 2006
  1. For some reason my computer won't let me install the BF2 1.12 patch, when I try to the computer crashes,so I delete that one and download it from a different site,but It still crashes,Please help!!Thanx
     
  2. jeepster-sa

    jeepster-sa TS Rookie

    What sites are you downloading from??
     
  3. Jimbo420

    Jimbo420 TS Rookie Posts: 356

    When you say crash are you getting a BSD or is it giving some sort of other error message?
     
  4. PISSED

    PISSED TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 22

    Patch

    I downloaded it from TotalBF2, Electronic Arts, and Game Spot,and no I didn't receive an error message cuz in the middle of the patchin process it crashes
     
  5. Jimbo420

    Jimbo420 TS Rookie Posts: 356

    Ok but my question was how is it crashing. It is giving your BSD or poping up some sort of error message or what?
     
  6. PISSED

    PISSED TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 22

    Freeze

    I just recently fixed that problem, now I can play,for like 5 minuits then it freezes,while its frozen it make a weird buzzing and cracking noise, and it laggs like crazy if I get the chance to play which is like 2 out of 100 chance, I didn't have this problem before,I think its a RAM problem,but I'm not sure,It doesn't just freeze on BF2,it does it on all 3D games.I've done countless virus scans and found nothin no adware,the computers clean.It only freezes when I'm playin,I bought it to geek squad at Best Buy and dude said "**** happens" so just 4 dat on the questionair I voted YES ya anal leakage ,yall should wear capes, Specs are-AMD 64 3400+ processor,RAM 512mb,200gb harddrive 7200 rpm,Nvidia Geforce 6200
     
  7. howard_hopkinso

    howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177   +19

    Freezing when playing 3d games is probably caused by either overheating, or an underpowered psu.

    Check your temps. Try running your computer with the side panel off, and a desk fan blowing into your case. See if the freezing subsides, or becomes less frequent.

    If it does, then overheating is the cause.

    what psu do you have? Make, and wattage please.

    Regards Howard :)
     
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