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Trapp

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Specs: 4 GB RAM
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Want to know why I can't run battlefield: bad company 2 with steady fps, the maximum I get is 30 with the lowest settings possible. Drivers are updated. Possible solutions?
 

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Trapp said:
Specs: 4 GB RAM
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Want to know why I can't run battlefield: bad company 2 with steady fps, the maximum I get is 30 with the lowest settings possible. Drivers are updated. Possible solutions?

You need at least a core 2 duo e6400, that's the biggest issue here. Having a pentium dual core rather than a core 2 series.
The videocard should be enough, but it's still not a great card at all. So don't expect wonders from it. TBH.
The combination is just what made the last drop to overflow the bucket, so it doesn't work properly.
You're running a version of windows 7 that requires a lot of recourses, try home premium or even windows XP on that system.
And after that another thing is that X32 windows can't see more than 3,5gb of ram, if I am right. So that's a waste of 500mb right away.

http://www.game-debate.com/cpu/index.ph ... 00-2-13ghz
Here is the difference between yours and the minimum recommended for the game.
I know, the clock speed is less on the 6400 and so are there more downsides, but the main thing is that a core 2 series has multiple cores that can work induvidually, where a pentium dual core can't. Therefor it's faster.

Hope I helped you enough.
 
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