I tried to install Age of Empires (Game) on a SD card, all fine, but when I tried to run it, it says that I need at least 10MB free Ram Memory... I have nothing installed on the Main Memory (except for all the aplications it install when you do a hard reset)...
Anyone knows what can I Do?
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Re: How can I free some ram memory ?
Is it this game?
If so, your device isn't listed as compatible on that site -- That doesn't necessarily mean it won't work, but they may realize that the 1710 is memory constrained... Have you tried a hard reset and then install only the game to SD? If it doesn't work then, it never will...
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you can if ur advent is running a windows format, if it is a linux based, you will need a linux copy, but yes you can! you have to install the game to the sd card, just like you would to a regular hdd. I have the original warcraft and warcraft 2 on an sd card, that i use with my ASUS mini....www.computereworld.com
Age of Empires 3 requires a decent computer to run. If im correct in understanding what you are saying, you graphics card may not be up to date. This is what happend to me on several games. All i had to do was update my video card drivers and it worked.
The recommended requirements are:
- Microsoft Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP - 512 MB of RAM
- 2.0 Ghz CPU
- 128 MB 3D video card - 1.5 GB of extra free hard disk space - 32x CD-ROM drive - DirectX 9.0c(important) - DirectX 8.0 compatible sound card
- 56 kbps Internet connection for online play
If you PC has all of the above or better, it should work perfectly.
If you do not have those requirments, download a 3D render that acts as a card for your computer, making your computer play games it orignally cant handly. I recommend "Swiftshader". Just type in google and go to there site, and download a demo. their are harldy any restictions on it apart from a splash logo in the side. when you extract, place the "d3d8", and the "d3d9" files in the root (main folder) of the game. Then run!
This method is good if you have a good amount of ram (more then the game requirements)
Sometimes when you buy a game, they games do not automatically load to install. The easiest way of fixing that. Is to open your "My Computer" and click on the disk drive. Which should say whatever current disc you have in there. In this case it would say Age of Empires. Click on that. The install screen should then come up and and once the game is installed you should be able to play it.
If it does not. Make sure your computer's graphic card is able to run the game. Also check the ram and CPU minimum specs.
Graphics problems are always an issue when playing games on PC,s. you need a hell of a system to Run top Notch Graphics.
Hence the XBOX 360/ PS3 are solely dedicated to running such graphics. Bear in mind that a Computer Multi-tasks. just to startup and run a windows operating system, is already using up a fair share of Your memory ( RAM ) And system resources.
Certain games require functions from the graphics cards to be present. i.e Anti-aliasing Or Accelerated graphics support et,c.
If you look at the games Minimum requirements, such as operating system-minimum memory-recommended graphics card et,c. This should point you towards what your system is lacking. You are probably lacking in Memory or graphics card Memory or Spec.
heres a suggestion. try freeing up some system memory, by closing down applications, that are not being used.
Also you could check the properties of your Graphics card, And maybe alter a few settings if supported by the Card.
Also ensure that you have the DirectX drivers installed that supports your O/S. Downloadable From Microsofts website.
hope this points you in the Right direction.
mike @ compurepair.
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