Discussion in 'Clientside Technical support' started by fragile, Jun 4, 2014.
this is my problem...
Can you give me some more details on your pc. Which system and drivers do you have? Which Wolfenstein is this one?
At this point it looks like a driver problem from your videocard.
Windows 7 Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU, M 450, 2.40 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 64 bit
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 video card i think
Its the wolfenstein et 2.55..
The game is too old for Windows 7, so the game as problems with the administrator rights and the compatibility mode, you can check this link. That should solve your problem, if not just let me know right here.
No one off the solutions solve my problem..
Is your videocard driver and DirectX up to date?
I will keep looking.
which directX must i have? and how can i see thet my videocard is up to date?
You can download the directx right here.
And here you can find your videocard driver, just follow the steps. Which windows version you have, which language you want etc.
If you don't know what your pc/laptop specifications are, you can check this website how to find them. I hope I was clear enough.
DirectX is up to date. but for my videocard i can't update for free on the site you give..
That's good, sorry I gave you the wrong link. This is the official website of amd.
done, but still not resolved.
I think the game needs a patch, I found 2 updates for it. Otherwise I'll keep looking.
ET Patch (Windows) (2.60)
Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory 2.60b Patch (win32)
done, but without a solution
I think i found it:
I found it on this website, you can check it for your self, it's a Frequent-Problems-and-Solutions for Wolfenstein - Enemy Territory.
What should I do exactly?
still bad.., but i don't understand for disabling catalyst A.I..
I think you can do it like this:
1. Go to Catalyst Control Panel, and select Catalyst AI. Set the slider to High Quality, and disable Surface Format Optimization. Then close Catalyst Control Panel.
2. Now, go to My computer. For Windows 7, you would type in the address bar:” C:\Users\(insert username here)\AppData\” (without quotation marks), and for Windows XP, you would type in the address bar: “C:\Documents and Settings\(insert username here)\Application Data\” (without quotation marks.) In Windows 7, click on Local, and then click on ATI. Next, click on ACE.
3. Open Profiles.xml with Notepad, and find CatalystAI that has a value of Enable. Change Enable to “Disable”. Save the file, and make it a read only file.
4. Now go to where your ATI folder is under Program Files (for 64-bit users, it would be under Program Files (x86)). Open the folder ATI.ACE, and then open the folder called Core Static. Find MOM.exe, and launch it. Don’t panic if nothing shows up after launching it, that’s supposed to happen.
5. Launch wolfenstein, and see if the problem is fixed or not. If stuttering still occurs, then check if Vsync is enabled or not. If it is not, then enable it. If microstuttering still occurs, then exit out of the game, and verify that CatalystAI in Profiles.xml is set to "Disable".
done! but nothing helps...
but maybe you can help me whit this solution..
Maybe what would you like too know about this solution? you can download the nhancer via google.
yea but thats for nvidia i must have a program for catalyst
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