There was a point in bf1's life where a patch appeared to drop the quality for some, though I couldn't really see much difference between pre-patch and post-patch on bf1.
Just to be sure though, you mentioned the graphics are gra…
CTD can be caused by any number of things.
* Overclocked ram via XMP
* Unstable ram speeds or incorrect timings
* Not enough voltage to the ram to support the xmp setting
* Driver conflicts
* Ram not seated properly on the motherboard
* Software c…
I dont believe the visuals have changed much from BF1.
Aside from different textures and updated shaders that is.
For sure, But this thread is regarding PS4 visuals and RT is currently only a PC tech until the ne…
I've been looking through your platoons and I can't see any that are disabled.
Is it possible there were more than one "Leader" of the platoon and since the original founder left, It prevented other leaders from having editing permission…
Great, please report your findings as to whether or not the issue is fixed for you when loading into a round.
You should find it resolved but there's always the off chance it can be something else, as unlikely as it is.
that is a classic sign of a GPU driver either not having the correct permissions, Or part of the drivers have corrupted.
Use DDU to clean the old drivers out and reinstall the latest drivers, Making sure you run the installer as admin.
Please do, Without any kind of video showing what is happening, No one can make suggestions as to how to rectify it.
At least not besides the usual things :
* Repair game files
* Clear Origin cache ( you will need to re-login ag…
Clicking is only really a sign of impending failure, A drive can go bad long before it gets to that point
Yeah I'vc seen that a few patches back, It's funny when you see medics racing to revive and they get KIA …
Somehow I doubt that very much.
Only EA and DICE knows what the setting of the next game is, And all staff are under a non-disclosure agreement too, which means if you do indeed have a "friend working at EA Guidford" wh…
Thats generally a tell tale sign of a bad ( dying ) drive.
For example, A mechanical hard drive rated at 350mbps read and 320mbps write will chug away quite happily at first, But as they age and the bearings and inner materials b…