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Worked a treat Many Thanks Was doing my Head in LOL thumb.gif
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Thanks for letting me it works! I've since been playing it crash free (Except for modifying the Hud here and there), And I'm happy. Hopefully DICE will update the game, since it's really needed.
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what is the default value of "increaseuserva" ? I set that to 2500 as you have said. But now I have upgraded to 8GB memory so I want to set this back to it's default value. Can you/anyone help me with that?
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I have tried this before to fix my directx crash I have been getting. It did not fix it. I have tried reinstalling directx and deleting the settings folder and temp folder contents. I was using 326.01 for weeks with no issues until a week or so ago. I tried 326.41 and still get it. I just installed 320.49 but have not seen the crash yet but sometimes the game will play fine for a couple of hours before it will happen and I have not had a chance to spend that much time with the new 320.49.I did not know the bcdedit wouldn't work when I did it for 64bit. I will try to down clock the cards since they are factory OC'd.
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