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Windows 7 drivers for farcry 1

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February 13, 2012 1:11:49 PM

Hello,
I am Buddhika from sri lanka.
This is my PC :
1. 512 MB NIVIDIA 9400 GT
2. 2 GB DDR3 Ram
3. Dual Core 3.00
4. 500 GB HDD
5. Direct X 11
6. windows 7 32 bit
my pc does not support for Very high or high in farcry 1 , any body can say what is the problem in my pc.?????

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February 13, 2012 1:34:03 PM

first of all you don't have directx 11, since this is a graphics card feature and 9400 gt don't have it.

i think your video card cannot play farcry on very high, it is weak... you should upgrade it, go for a 9800gt or a gts250 minimum, this will alow you to go for very high i believe.

Also add some more ram e go for windows 7 x64.
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February 13, 2012 2:03:20 PM

ricardois said:
first of all you don't have directx 11, since this is a graphics card feature and 9400 gt don't have it.

i think your video card cannot play farcry on very high, it is weak... you should upgrade it, go for a 9800gt or a gts250 minimum, this will alow you to go for very high i believe.

Also add some more ram e go for windows 7 x64.



Erm, the gts 250 is a terrible card which also does not support DX11, please do a little research on what your recommending.

I would go as far as to say in reality you should upgrade the whole of your pc if your wanting to play games on very high settings.

The only part which may be of us is what I would guess is an i3 proccessor, which if you really wanted you could probably get high settings with.

Your memory is a fair bit low, ideally atleast 4 gig.

I would advise you make a post requesting a build using the new build template if you REALLY want to go at it for high end graphics.

at a push however you could get away with getting a 6**** version graphics card and a couple of gigs more ram, from there you probably could run a few games on high.
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February 13, 2012 2:10:28 PM

signor said:
Erm, the gts 250 is a terrible card which also does not support DX11, please do a little research on what your recommending.

I would go as far as to say in reality you should upgrade the whole of your pc if your wanting to play games on very high settings.

The only part which may be of us is what I would guess is an i3 proccessor, which if you really wanted you could probably get high settings with.

Your memory is a fair bit low, ideally atleast 4 gig.

I would advise you make a post requesting a build using the new build template if you REALLY want to go at it for high end graphics.

at a push however you could get away with getting a 6**** version graphics card and a couple of gigs more ram, from there you probably could run a few games on high.


gts 250 is not a terrible card. it is a 9800gtx+ with more memory...

it is a good card for his computer and for old games, higher than that will be bottlenecked by his CPU, unless he is wanting to upgrade everething that is what i recommend...

of course it is not directx 11 why would he need directx 11 to play far cry 1?
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February 13, 2012 2:51:16 PM

Hawkeye22 said:
Windows 7 doesn't even support FaryCry 2, so I doubt it will support FarCry.

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-...


what?
only if farcry 1 have some problem (but probably there is a way to do that work)
but farcry2 i was playing it yesterday here on windows 7 x64 to test some stuff...

well anyways no matter what windows he uses, just mention the x64 for the usage of more memory...

EDIT:farcry1 works with patch 1.4 or something like that.
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February 13, 2012 2:59:23 PM

ricardois said:
what?
farcry2 i was playing it yesterday here on windows 7 x64 to test some stuff...


I hadn't actually tried it. I just jumped on the win 7 compatibily site and searched for it. Appearently they don't keep that information updated.
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