Black Ops 2 slow loading screen

My laptop (HP Pavilion g6) specs are:
i7-3612QM 2.1ghz
RadeonHD 7670M 2gb dedicated (GPU clock 300Mhz)
4gb Ram
So basicly, i meet the minimum system requirements.

I got BO2 yesterday and the first thing I tried was the Singleplayer... it took me like 5 minutes to load the 1st mission, so I understood maybe something was wrong. Then tried Multiplayer and it took almost the same as the Singleplayer , so I got disconnected by the server(didn't get to play it). At last, I tried Zombies and it was basicly the same as the others.
I do realize that my GPU is nothing special, but it's enough, and meets the minimum system requirements. Can you give me any kind of solution or something I could do to make the loading screens faster? I'd really apreciate your help.
Thanks


PS: i have no viruses
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  1. Use Game booster maybe it will clear up some memory by closing useless apps and make your game load faster.
  2. Jan3s said:
    Use Game booster maybe it will clear up some memory by closing useless apps and make your game load faster.



    Took exactly the same...is there no solution? D: Should I wait for patches? I really don't know what to think anymore
  3. Hi :)

    Your problem is this...

    MINIMUM requirements = SLIDESHOW...

    You NEED a gaming machine...and laptops that cost less than £2000/$2000 are NOT...

    All the best Brett :)
  4. Brett928S2 said:
    Hi :)

    Your problem is this...

    MINIMUM requirements = SLIDESHOW...

    You NEED a gaming machine...and laptops that cost less than £2000/$2000 are NOT...

    All the best Brett :)


    Oh ok, i've learnt my lesson. Thanks for the reply!
  5. Actually, after your reply, i found out that BO2 chose my weaker graphics card and fixed it - now having 30-50 fps with medium-high settings! (thegraphics are very well optimized)

    But there's another problem that's worrying me: i've got the blue screen of death 3 times, and this laptop is 1 month old. I don't think that's normal is it?
    The blue screen of death only happens when i'm playing videogames: 2 times playing minecraft and 1 time (today) playing BO2. The driver that caused it was the same in all those 3 times: dxgkrnl.sys
    Is this something I should be worried about? What's the best I can do? I'd appreciate anyone's reply!
  6. callmedc said:
    Actually, after your reply, i found out that BO2 chose my weaker graphics card and fixed it - now having 30-50 fps with medium-high settings! (thegraphics are very well optimized)

    Please tell me how you did this
  7. JewSmori said:
    Please tell me how you did this

    In order to help you, I need to know what are your computer specs (at least the graphics card).
  8. callmedc said:
    Actually, after your reply, i found out that BO2 chose my weaker graphics card and fixed it - now having 30-50 fps with medium-high settings! (thegraphics are very well optimized)

    But there's another problem that's worrying me: i've got the blue screen of death 3 times, and this laptop is 1 month old. I don't think that's normal is it?
    The blue screen of death only happens when i'm playing videogames: 2 times playing minecraft and 1 time (today) playing BO2. The driver that caused it was the same in all those 3 times: dxgkrnl.sys
    Is this something I should be worried about? What's the best I can do? I'd appreciate anyone's reply!

    Hey dude I really need to know how to make COD 9 run on the Radeon HD 7670M Graphics its the same one as you and right now it chooses to run on Intel 4000 HD PLEASE TELL ME HOW YOU GOT IT TO CHOOSE THE RADEON HD 7670M PLEASE!!!!
  9. Hey dude I really need to know how to make COD 9 run on the Radeon HD 7670M Graphics its the same one as you and right now it chooses to run on Intel 4000 HD PLEASE TELL ME HOW YOU GOT IT TO CHOOSE THE RADEON HD 7670M PLEASE!!!!
  10. Guys Listen I Know What The Problem Is So Listen Well It Could be Your Graphics Or Ram Or Your Processor Now If You Have A Integrated Pc Like Me You Need
    To Put A New Graphics Card That Is 1GB Once I Put That Into My Pc It Worked COD Black ops II Ran Totally Fine With no Crashes At All Now If That Doesn't Work
    It your Ram Just Say you Have 1Gb Of Ram You Need To Install Some More Ram 3GB of Ram Is Good And Would Run Cod Black Ops II Should Work Perfectly Fine
    If That Doesn't Work It your Processor Sadly I Can't Do Anything About That The Only Thing I Can Suggest Is To Buy A New $500 PC
    Have A Good Day
    -Fluffytaipan
  11. Jan3s Don't bother Tell Me Your All Of Your Computer Specs And I will Tell You What's Wrong
  12. go into bios and disable the on chip gfx. the pc should then automatically use the dedicated gpu.
  13. fluffytaipan said:
    Jan3s Don't bother Tell Me Your All Of Your Computer Specs And I will Tell You What's Wrong


    hey this is ash and i m facing the same problem
    ma cop spec are
    Windows 8 Single Language, English (64bit)
    AMD Radeon™ HD 7730M DDR3 2GB -
    8GB 2 DIMM (4GB x2) DDR3 1600Mhz RAM
    3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7-3632QM processor (6M Cache, up to 3.2 GHz)

    can you all please tell me are these config are bad for cod bo2
    i m able to run battlefield 3 on ultra grapics bt cod lags and too much time taker in loading maps
    plz help me guys
  14. 1.Set Resolution at the least value,
    2.Disable Shadows,Sync Every Frame,Ambient Occulsion
    3.Set Textures at Automatic
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