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  1. BrokenArrow

    Doom3 loads, but won't let new game start

    I have same problem, but only when I try to run the game at High Detail. Setting it back to Medium Detail (and remember, once you change the settings you HAVE to exit the game and restart it) fixed the issue. Basically the game runs great at medium detail, but won't even try high detail. I'm running Athlon XP 2200, 1 gig PC2700 ram, 128MB GF FX5900 video card. Also make sure your AA and Anisotropic filtering are set to application controlled in your drivers (display properties).
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    bad performance with 9600XT and Athlon64 3200+?

    Any chance you have AA and/or Anisotropic Filtering enabled in your drivers? I had these enabled on my system at first and got crappy performance, turned them off and works great at med quality at 1024x768. I'm running a GF FX 5900 on an athlon xp 2200 cpu.
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    High Quality Settings? Should mine work?

    Ok, I am running an AMD Athlon XP 2200 CPU, 1 gig of PC2700 Ram, and a GeForce FX 5900 128MB card (not ultra, not XT, just plain vanilla 5900). I have nVidia's latest drivers and DX 9.0c. Now the game runs great at medium quality, but when I try to set it to high quality at ANY resolution, I get about half way through the level loading screen then kicked back to the menu screen. Anyone else having this type of issue? My AA and Anisotropic filtering are set to Aplication Controlled in the driver (and no AA in game). Activision support says 128MB cards cannot run it in High quality period. I know this is BS because many sites have reported benchmarks with 128MB cards (tomshardware had a 128MB 5700 ultra running at high quality for instance). Granted the CPU they used on their system is better than mine, so could it just be the CPU that is preventing me from running in High quality?