Well, that was the other theory we had the last time is that maybe it's a
Vide card memory issue, Still think it could be leaky driver or it's not
release memory like it should. One would think it would pass off to system
ram, what it couldn't hold in Video, but maybe that's where the bug is.
Since Doom3 has that Ultra mode, meant for video card with 512MB of ram,
maybe I should go back and play it a while and see if it ever gives a low
"Iron Feliks" <f email@example.com
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> "Dale M. White" <dale.white@NOinsightbb.NOcom> wrote in message
>> Wonder if it's a Vista problem or a Vista64 problem. There are some post
>> below with the same issue. They are also running the 8800 series card,
>> which might be the issue, maybe with the drivers leaking or something.
>> If you had a 2nd monitor, you could bring up perfmon or resource manager
>> and see how much memory was actually in use.
>> You could look at total memory usage under Taskmanager and see what it
>> shows as max memory used, and if it's way below the 4GB you have.
> I have a sidebar monitor that shows both memory usage and CPU usage.The
> RAM usage is a bit over half of the amount available. Shortly before the
> problem occurs, both cores of the CPU go to 100%. The question in my mind
> is, does the message refer to system RAM or graphics memory?