Once again thank you alot! Now ive been up all night playing all my
games at MAX. But their is still a problem. When i have both ram stick
in my computer the error pops up again in the start the checksum error
and system halt. I was wondering why this happened? When I only leave
one stick of ram inside the computer is fine. Well actually, their is
Ram (a) and Ram (b). (a) works fine in the computer, but when i put in (b) with (a) inside the computer halts and doesnt boot. when i only have (b) once it started and was running but than it gave me blue screen of death. - O yea, the ram is OCz technology / Nvida SLI ready PC2 6400 - - - - firstname.lastname@example.org SLI ready Edition PN: ocz2n800sr4gk -2gb
Could it be that (b) is defective? - On a side note, which virus protection do you recommend that is the best but free? So far i only have malware bytes and AVG THNX!
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Make sure you have installed the correct type of ram into the board. Here are the ram specs for that board
• Memory: Support DDR2 533/667 MHz 2 x DDR2 DIMM Memory Slot Max. Supports up to 4GB Memory
Hope this helps
Your pc may contain some malicious code or just say a virus which may eating your PC resources like cpu , memory or even hard disk.. i recommend you to install a good antivirus licensed copy and find if there are viruses.
and mind u that, even a pirated game contains trojans that harms your computer.
And before that just check whether your pc contains some bad sectors & try to recover it if there are.
Both the things are very common for this problem.
I have gone through this problems.
In order to play RollerCoaster Tycoon® 3, you will need a PC running Windows with the following minimum requirements. Minimum and recommended computer specifications are as follows: Operating System: Windows® 98/Me/2000/XP (Windows® XP recommended) Processor: Pentium® III 733 MHz or compatible (Pentium® 4 1.2 GHz or compatible recommended) Memory: 128 MB RAM; 256 MB for XP (256 MB; 384 MB for XP recommended) Hard Disk Space: 600 MB free CD-ROM Drive: 4X CD-ROM or faster (8X or faster recommended) Video: Any ATI Radeon™ or GeForce™ 2 with 32MB or higher; or other video card with 32MB and hardware T&L (ATI Radeon™ 64 MB SDR or GeForce™ 2 Pro or other video card with 64 MB or more memory and hardware T&L recommended)* Sound: Windows® 98/Me/2000/XP-compatible 16-bit sound card* DirectX®: DirectX® version 9 (included) or higher
You really need more Ram. But if that's not an option, then open "Activity Monitor" under Utilities folder in Apps folder. Go to User Processes, and you can see exactly what's taking up your Ram and slowing your game. Quit each process and hope for the best. Don't fool with the System Processes section; you might quit a process that is essential to running your computer.
Well for a sport game the useual requierments our probably a : 1 GB ddr ram pentium 3 or amd 2000 + with a 256 mb card such *** nividia geforce 6800 or ATI RADEON Saphire x1650 pro for max gaming and speed.