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    Senior Member H_Eagle's Avatar
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    Everytime I play Driver (on pc) and drive a while the game freezes for a short time, then resumes.. And if I make a turn to drive the same part back it happens again. So it happens at certain parts, like it loads areas. Is there any way to fix this?
     

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    Everytime I play Driver (on pc) and drive a while the game freezes for a short time, then resumes.. And if I make a turn to drive the same part back it happens again. So it happens at certain parts, like it loads areas. Is there any way to fix this?
     

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    just to confirm as there is confusion sometimes is this "Driver: You are the Wheelman" your talking about or "Driver: Parallel Lines"?
     

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    It's Parallel Lines, and I read in the readme file that some pc's have pauses during gameplay.. But it doesn't say if there is any fix..
     

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    If you can give me your system specs this will help me targeting the problem quite quickly.

    Me I had that problem, when I had 512MB ram, I upgraded to 1.5gig and the problem is completely gone.

    So just a simple upgrade will do the trick.
    But if you could show me your system specs I can tell you what could be causing it if you wanted to upgrade.
     

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    I have 1 gig but I don't think that's the problem. In the readme it says it's the hard drive. I went to support.ubi.com a time ago but they don't respond.. they never do..
     

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    You need more memory partner. 1GB is considered half full these days. You need another gig so the game can load more territory in memory and do less disc swapping.
     

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    PC's need graphic card upgrades, processor increases, more RAM, etc. It's constant maintenence to play the latest games, and sometimes, a new PC is needed if the old one's too old.

    That's one reason I stopped playing PC games, and just play consoles, which are designed to handle all the games (but even with an occasional crash).
     

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