Discussion in 'Games' started by jp-30, Mar 24, 2002.
ok i think you guys have damned enough!
The appeal of eternal damnation wears thin pretty quickly.
Will my ATI Radeon 32MB PCI, Pentium III, Windows Me, 127.0 MB of RAM, 32-bit file system, & 32-bit virtual memory be good for Jedi Outcast???? (dont know if any of that stuff matters though)
i dunno about the windows me... i'd get 98 or xp... whatever floats your boat.
rogue_five, there's previous material recommending you play the demo for Elite Force and judging your system performance/compatibility from there. Or Quake 3 Arena and its breed.
Your systems looks sound, but doesn't hurt to double check for your vid card/OS compatibility.
For those of you with the whole game installed, how much space does it occupy? And I don't mean the box min specs. After a full install (for optimum performance) and say, 3 save games, how big is the whole thing?
EDIT: And since this is the techie thread after all, kindly specify your system specs and current performance (fps too pleeasee)
E.g. P3 600, 256 SDRAM, 32Mb geForce 256 = runs smooth @ 1024*768, so-so load time, 75FPS
Every time I put the CD into my CD drive I can hear the CD starting to run, then it just cuts out, and my entire computer locks up. I haven't even been able to do anything with the game, because every time I put it in my computer locks up.
and when it trys to auto play i get a illigal error
someone please help me !!!!!!!!!!
Karma, huh? Who'd've thought!
Indy3, what are your system specs?
petium 3 550
and 16mb of graphics on my graphics card
i can play the game within the cd but cant install it and i cant get the autoplay to come up
is there a way to manuly install?
My Computer -> right click "D:" (or whatever your cd-rom drive is) -> explore -> look for "setup" or similar & launch by double clicking.
Yet another "Will it run" question...
I don't have a high speed connection to download either the Quake III demo or the Elite Force demo and so I can't compare whether my system will run Outcast. My specs are:
16MB Riva TNT graphics
lots of HD space
I will likely purchase it regardless and if it doesn't work, I might just sell it on EBay, but I am curious before I buy it...
Thanks in advance.
i found it but it says this
is there another way?
Hey Indy, it did the same thing to me, and then I discovered that I didn't have my screen resolution set high enough. I set it up higher and it works now. I also have a pressing technical problem though: how do I replace the batteries in the little keychain? I know they'll wear out soon with me waving it around all the time
nope that dosent work
Picked my copy up today, and it runs on my crappy PC, although at lowest settings, and it is a bit choppy/ bad framerate. I figured I'd post my computer specs. for reference for any "will it run" questions.
192 MB Ram
4 MB Riva 128
I went digging on the LucasArts tech support pages and they finally posted support stuff for Outcast. Here's their full list of supported video chipsets (more than what's listed on the box).
I'm running a;
192 MB Ram
4 MB ATi Rage Pro
Have yet to purchase JO, but nice to know I should be able to take a peek at it, until my new PC box & cannibalisation job next weekend!
No prob. JP. Figured that not many ppl have a comp worse than mine. I'm gonna be starting work again monday, so In a month or so (hopefully less) I'll be building a new PC. Now I just need to decide between a 2 GHz P4 or a 1.5 GHz AMD.
The sooner the better... I want to play with the old gang some. That should be a blast.
I feel your pain DUM4. I'm looking to buy second tier hardware (chip, 3d card, mobo) that can be upgraded again easily in a year. My current system is an integrated HP, and it's pretty much non-upgradable.
Ouch JP. I bought a GeForce 2 a couple months ago, but unfortunately my Mobo is too old to support it.
I looked at getting a PCI card (GeForce, TNT2, Kyro) -> in the end, just figured I should go for a non-top-of-the-line new box, using as much of my old system as possible (drives etc). One I can upgrade again in a year.
Alright, tech savvies, here's a real tech question.
When I die, it causes lots of problems with loading. If I click to get it to load from last save, it goes to a jacked up loading screen and then loads about 1/3 of the save before stopping. Also, if I try to go to the Load menu itself, it gets all choppy and slow and jittery, but when I change to another menu, it smooths out.
I have 700mhz Durron, 256 MB RAM, and a Voodoo3 16MB. Any ideas?
i get this
JEDIOUTCAST caused an invalid page fault in
module JEDIOUTCAST.EXE at 0167:00414bd3.
EAX=00000b10 CS=0167 EIP=00414bd3 EFLGS=00010212
EBX=00991ac0 SS=016f ESP=0065fb98 EBP=0065fba0
ECX=000002c4 DS=016f ESI=00000000 FS=475f
EDX=00000000 ES=016f EDI=008aed10 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
f3 a5 ff 24 95 e8 4c 41 00 8b c7 ba 03 00 00 00
008aed10 00000000 0065fc10 004086ec 008aed10 00000000 00000b10 00000b10 00991ac0 00991b50 00991ca0 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
i got it to work but
the textures go crazy
they keep changing and changing pretty wierd
could somone help me