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    Laptop BFBC2 lagg

    Hey guys, I was just wondering if there was a possible way to reduce lagg substantionally, since my laptop doesn't handle the game very well.

    Gamebooster helped, but not quite enough.

    Anyone have any suggestions?


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    Ryan789

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    use ati try tools or nvidia riva tuner and set the LOD to 10/15
    should increase fps

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    turn off anti alasting (however you spell it) and change the DX from auto to nine

    make sure your graphics are on low

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    your laptop might not fit the requirments for the game.

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    you can also try ASC can be very usefull

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    I usually open up my task manager and stop un needed programs that are running but if thats not the case try freeing up some of your hardrive space to run smoother.

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    Go into settings and change everything to its lowest settings. Things like anti-aliasing (smoothing of edges) are very graphics card demanding.