When I accepted the mission from ARC, I forgot to check my disk space - since I didn't have 4Gq of memory available, the copy of Revelation included with the email didn't download. Is there a way to get the file again now that I've cleared up my memory?
So, my computer's been having problems running Warframe. I run Warframe at the max possible low settings, and intermittently between games my computer would tell me I was running low on memory. Some basic specs, I have an i5 that runs at 1.8Ghz, and 6gb of RAM, 2gb of dedicated VRam on a Nvidia 720M. Now, I thought that the problem must have been not having enough memory, so I bought a new memory module, so that I now have 12gb of RAM, 2gb of dedicated VRam. I'm still getting the same problem. My computer is running hot all the time, even with additional RAM, RAM that I thought would help
I'm running a Minecraft Craftbukkit server using this awesome script. My box has 3GB of RAM, and I have it set up to use 2GB minimum, and 2.5GB max. I want to use the RAM-disk feature in the script, but I'm wondering how much space is needed for the RAM-disk to be effective? I've heard people get away with only using 200MB of RAM disk, and like 100MB of RAM for the server process, which seems sketchy... Given I have 3GB of RAM available to me, any thoughts on RAM-disk size in comparison to just RAM? P.S. Does this belong on Super User?
After installing Wall-E, when I first opened Wall-E.exe, an error came up, "The Referenced Memory At 0x... . The Memory Could Not Be Read.". After that I tried to open it again, and got another error, "Disney Pixar Wall-E Has Stopped Working". Now when I open the game, the second error is what I get. How can I fix this?
Something similar is happening to me. When I open the game (or any game on my PC) it will go to a high FPS (like 60+) but then i can watch the frame rate tick down slowly until it hovers around 10-13 FPS. It does this to EVERY game. but it isn't that my computer can't handle it (Borderlands 2 suggests all settings on high). It also makes no difference what the video settings are for Borderlands 2... of system memory 12.0 GB RAM System type 64-bit operating system Number of processor cores 4 Storage Total size of hard disk(s) 3391 GB Disk partition (C:) 81 GB Free (581 GB Total) Disk
I am going solo but have three cities contributing to the great work space station. now I cannot get to complete phase two as no one will work there even with 4,000 unemployed workers between the 3 cities. any ideas?
I have been playing Hitman: Absolution for quite some time now, and have begun coming across a problem. After playing for at least half an hour, I get the blue screen of death with the error IRQL_NOT_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL. It does not mention any specific files. I use a Vision Computer with Windows 8.1, on an Intel i7 with a Geforce GTX 660M GPU and 2GB graphics memory. Nothing is overclocked. My mouse is a Razer naga 2014 (Model no.: RZ01-0104). I also have a Logitech MX518 mouse and a Logitech G600 mouse I can use if that might help. All my drivers are updated. No messages in windows log
of space on my memory cards and hard drive for any save files. Is there some hardware requirement for backwards compatibility to work correctly? Or is it only certain models of Xbox/hard drives that provide backwards compatibility? I'm about to go all "office space" on my Xbox if I can't figure this out. ...Whilst doing some research about backwards compatiblity on the Xbox 360, I found one of my favorite games from the original Xbox, Yu-Gi-Oh The Dawn of Destiny, was backwards compatible. I found
every combination. There are two different things going on. The first is when I try to start the game, it goes to just a black screen, and when I try to get back to my desktop or exit the game it freeze's up. The only way I can get out of the game, other than manually restarted my computer, is to eject the game disk, then put it back in, then this box comes up saying that the program...I didn't remember the name of this game, and some of you on this site helped me. Not only did you give me the name but you showed me were to buy it. Thank you so much. Now I just wished I could
I have Battlefield 3 and went to browse games on my Xbox 360 and clicked on it and it gave me the option of install and did not know what that meant. Does that mean I can put the game on my hard drive and forget about the disk?