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Morthon Gyzaall
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Kotor laggs with me all the time, while I know I meet all requirements, it laggs in the menu, when I try to play the game, everywhere. I've searched the internet for a solution and all I found is the "edit swkotor.ini file"-solution that solves the dantooine bug, it doesn't work for me. I tried reinstalling the game and the swkotor.ini fix, I made 4gb of extra "thinking-space", but nothing works, nothing that I tried...This also occurs with TSL, but not with any other Star Wars games I have installed.

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These are my system specs, I think...I copied it from the system requirements report.

 

DirectX

 

Version 9.0c

d3dx9_30.dll Yes

 

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Display devices

 

Device ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 Series

TnL Yes

Pixel shader 2.0

Vertex shader 2.0

Driver ati2dvag.dll

Version 6.14.10.6614

VendorId 4098

DeviceId 23137

Memory 256.0 MB

 

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Sound devices

 

Device SoundTap Recorder

Driver nchssvad.sys

Version 1.00.0000.0000

 

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CPU

 

Device Intel® Celeron® D CPU 3.20GHz

Total 1

Speed 3197 MHz

MMX Yes

SSE Yes

SSE2 Yes

3DNow No

 

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RAM

 

Total 448 MB

 

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Operating system

 

Name Windows XP

Version Service Pack 2

 

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yeah, the game is going to be very choppy because the devs @ both Bioware and Obsidian didn't do much to optimize performance for integrated graphics. the Radeon XPRESS 200, which is what you have, is actually a very limited integrated chipset at that.

 

you're best bet is to get a cheap graphics board and be done with it. you likely have a PCI-Express x16 slot on your computer, so your best bet would be an Nvidia GeForce 6200 or better, and the 6200 in particular can be had for under $50. ;)

 

you could try updating your graphics drivers, but i don't think that it would help much. :(

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