I have been tryin to figure out why my diablo 2 game was running slow and choppy for the past month..I've done every little computer clean up possible and have a good vid card and everything..I go to my friends with my box last night to show him and when i Hooked it up to his CRT it ran perfectly fine? How do i fix this?
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it depends whether or not it is online game on a game you run completely on the computer. Some small things that you can do is make sure that your computer is cleaned up. one way would be to use ccleaner. or similar product.
Your system is busy with other stuff clean up your desk and get the files ya dont need out on it and close them for a future use.....Your System Start up files are a good place to start...The files dont all have to be running and the computer will bring them up if needed for you later.......... Clear all past internet files the cookies really slow the system down when they have to all be looked at b4 you get your next instruction set for game........
There is much you need to do, if you have not done it.
1st: Hit CTRL/ALT/Delete and then the start up tab. How many items are checked? if more than 5, like printer for example, that can cause this issue. Everything you see checked is running and your computer cannot play the game and run all of them. While there, click on the performance tab. if the CPU is above 40%, thats an issue as well.
Have you defragged your computer this month? If not, do so. Go to start>accessories>system tools> defragment. Run it while you sleep or am not using the computer.
Do you have at least 15% of free space on your hard drive?
try clicking on the auto-run file in the CDs folder. if still you cant get it to auto-run or start installing clean the cd and make sure you have the install disc in not the play disc or the cinematic disc
I would make sure you have the latest bios, and video drivers to start. Make sure you have all latest updates for windows. Make sure your hard drive is defragmented. Also make sure your computer is clean and that it is ventilating/cooling properly. If that fails I would just format and reinstall windows. Hope that helps, Lee