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Texutre Loss With Good Graphics Card

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Im having texture losses specifically in Algonquin and I dont know why.

 

My Specs (the relevant ones)

 

Intel core i5 3570

2GB GTX 650

 

And I know its nothing to do with the settings because it happens wether its on all high/medium or low.

 

Thanks in advance :)

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I use the following two commands in a commandline.txt file in my GTAIV/EFLC root folder to stop texture loss:

 

 

-availablevidmem 100
-percentvidmem 3.3

 

I also get bad texture lost and I have a good system, I assume those commands will work in multiplayer too? Since like you I am in a multiplayer clan. 

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I use the following two commands in a commandline.txt file in my GTAIV/EFLC root folder to stop texture loss:

 

 

-availablevidmem 100
-percentvidmem 3.3

 

This is going to sound really stupid but how do make a commandline.txt file? :)

 

EDIT : I figured it out :)

Edited by ScottLCPDYoung

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I also get bad texture lost and I have a good system, I assume those commands will work in multiplayer too? Since like you I am in a multiplayer clan. 

 

 

They do indeed.  I never play without the commandline file as when I do, I get texture loss which usually ends up in the entire city disappearing.  Note that if you use a steam version you have to add the two lines to the steam shortcut as opposed to using the commandline.txt file in the game's root.

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They do indeed.  I never play without the commandline file as when I do, I get texture loss which usually ends up in the entire city disappearing.  Note that if you use a steam version you have to add the two lines to the steam shortcut as opposed to using the commandline.txt file in the game's root.

How do I add it to the shortcut?

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So do you just open notepad and type those in and then click save as and save it in GTAIV root with the title commandline.txt? 

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So do you just open notepad and type those in and then click save as and save it in GTAIV root with the title commandline.txt? 

 

Indeed.

 

 

How do I add it to the shortcut?

 

 

Not sure, I don't use a Steam version sorry.

 
Edited by Braveheart

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