Re: Oblivion - jerky

R

Roman

"RMWChaos" wrote:

> Oblivion runs fine here too. Thought I read on the Oblivion site that the
> patch was not for x64 systems. Are you running any kind of system monitoring
> software or hardware like ASUS Probe? These periodically poll the system, and
> I have seen delays in games because of it. Try disabling all your other apps
> first, then run Oblivion. Also, try setting your video options down to
> minimum and work your way up. Should be smooth sailing for you at lowest
> video settings.
>
> My config for reference:
>
> Vista x64 Beta 2
> ASUS A8V, onboard audio and LAN
> AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+
> 1GB Corsair PC2700 (2x 512MB)
> 80GB Maxtor UDMA ATA133 HDD
> BFG GeForce 7800GSOC 256MB (using nVidia Vista x64 beta driver)
>
> -Rob
>
> "Paul Smith" wrote:
>
> > "Roman" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > news:[email protected]
> > > All,
> > >
> > > I've got a problem with Oblivion. The game runs very jerky, ok for a few
> > > seconds, then freeze for a few seconds, runs for a few seconds, then
> > > freeze
> > > for a few seconds...
> > >
> > > Running Vista 64
> > > A8N-SLI-SE
> > > AMD Athlon 64 3000+
> > > 1Gb RAM
> > > nVidia GF 7300GS PCIe (running MS WDDM driver)
> > >
> > > I've not played the game yet and I'm really keen to start. I've applied
> > > the
> > > v1.1 game patch. I did get a dialog box during install saying it couldn't
> > > identify the video card. I did have nVidia drivers but uninstalled them
> > > because I couldn't get the 3D windows without the MS WDDM drivers. Any
> > > thoughts? Maybe I need to wait until MS release an update to the 64 bit
> > > beta

> >
> > Oblivion runs fine here but I'm using a Radeon 850XT PE with ATI's drivers.
> >
> > My only thoughts are to boot XP to play it. 8-) nVidia's drivers to seem to
> > be having a lot of issues.
> >
> > --
> > Paul Smith,
> > Yeovil, UK.
> > Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User.
> > http://www.windowsresource.net/
> >
> > *Remove 'nospam.' to reply by e-mail*
> >
 

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R

Roman

Bah, my response wasn't included? Anyway, following upgrade to RC1 all is
fine, Oblivion is running as smooth as silk.

"Roman" wrote:

>
>
> "RMWChaos" wrote:
>
> > Oblivion runs fine here too. Thought I read on the Oblivion site that the
> > patch was not for x64 systems. Are you running any kind of system monitoring
> > software or hardware like ASUS Probe? These periodically poll the system, and
> > I have seen delays in games because of it. Try disabling all your other apps
> > first, then run Oblivion. Also, try setting your video options down to
> > minimum and work your way up. Should be smooth sailing for you at lowest
> > video settings.
> >
> > My config for reference:
> >
> > Vista x64 Beta 2
> > ASUS A8V, onboard audio and LAN
> > AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+
> > 1GB Corsair PC2700 (2x 512MB)
> > 80GB Maxtor UDMA ATA133 HDD
> > BFG GeForce 7800GSOC 256MB (using nVidia Vista x64 beta driver)
> >
> > -Rob
> >
> > "Paul Smith" wrote:
> >
> > > "Roman" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > > news:[email protected]
> > > > All,
> > > >
> > > > I've got a problem with Oblivion. The game runs very jerky, ok for a few
> > > > seconds, then freeze for a few seconds, runs for a few seconds, then
> > > > freeze
> > > > for a few seconds...
> > > >
> > > > Running Vista 64
> > > > A8N-SLI-SE
> > > > AMD Athlon 64 3000+
> > > > 1Gb RAM
> > > > nVidia GF 7300GS PCIe (running MS WDDM driver)
> > > >
> > > > I've not played the game yet and I'm really keen to start. I've applied
> > > > the
> > > > v1.1 game patch. I did get a dialog box during install saying it couldn't
> > > > identify the video card. I did have nVidia drivers but uninstalled them
> > > > because I couldn't get the 3D windows without the MS WDDM drivers. Any
> > > > thoughts? Maybe I need to wait until MS release an update to the 64 bit
> > > > beta
> > >
> > > Oblivion runs fine here but I'm using a Radeon 850XT PE with ATI's drivers.
> > >
> > > My only thoughts are to boot XP to play it. 8-) nVidia's drivers to seem to
> > > be having a lot of issues.
> > >
> > > --
> > > Paul Smith,
> > > Yeovil, UK.
> > > Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User.
> > > http://www.windowsresource.net/
> > >
> > > *Remove 'nospam.' to reply by e-mail*
> > >
 

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