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tjerome

Slow computer, help please!

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The game doesn't load buildings at all pretty much, it will sometimes display Niko's apartment. It always loads the train tracks, light poles, dumpsters, etc.

 

When I go onto multiplayer it loads completely but will disconnect me after 30 seconds because my computer is running to slowly.

 

When I tried LCPDFR last night for the first time it worked but it was really slow trying to select a character and a car. Once I was able to drive a car buildings and roads wouldn't load.

 

It looks exactly like this:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agbXSszAc7M

 

What can I do to resolve this issue? Thank you

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do you have traffic flow and if not and your having problems with loading your textures try upgrading your ram

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In my opinion you have 2 options

 

1) If you have a laptop destroy it, and save up for a decent desktop and upgrade parts through out the year.

 

2) If you have a desktop upgrade it :)

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I only put in the LCPD crown vic and tahoe. I don't have mods where I can spawn cars or anything. I put that in through SparkIV.

 

I've never done modding of any sort before so I need some guidance with this.

 

Trying to recall exactly what I did, I downloaded IV from Steam, applied the update to IV, downloaded LCPDFR (0.95), went through the process to put cars in there as shown by the tutorial.

 

I have a laptop, Intel Pentium B950 2.10GHz, 4.0GB RAM.

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save money for a gaming computer that would be your best bet.  Had a friend that had the same problem he killed his labtop and he got himself a gaming computer.

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like everyone said invest in a desktop(gaming). in the long run its worth every aspect you would look for in a game. specially preventing the above video.

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Its nearly impossible to upgrade a laptop... the best way to fix it would be to use a desktop (as said above) lower your graphics settings to the minimum, or try using a commandline

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