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Pro Evolution Soccer 6/PES2008

Discussion in 'Games' started by japple, Apr 16, 2008.

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  1. japple

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    So recently I started up PES2008 to continue with my league campaign, however upon the match starting, I discovered that suddenly the game was practically unplayable. I don't know if "lag" is the correct term seeing as it was offline, but basically I was experiencing slow gameplay in the sense that all movement was jittery and un-smooth.

    Now I have a pretty good setup, and never experienced problems with the game until this ill-fated day. Frustrated, I fired up Pro Evolution 6 (PES2008's predecessor), only to discover that I was experiencing the same kind of "slowdown" gameplay, perhaps to a slightly lesser extent. Now, I checked video card driver updates, and I'm fairly certain that there isn't a new version I'm missing or anything.

    Before I completely wipe off my hard drive (I'm about due for one anyways as soon as exams are over) can anyone suggest what might be the problem? Oh, I didn't mention that I did re-install PES6 twice and that it didn't help at all.

    -much appreciated
     
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    You should probably check your processes and make sure that nothing is hogging up your CPU. Spyware Doctor 5 tends to use a large percentage of your CPU, so if you have that installed I would recommend either downgrading to version 4 or uninstalling it. If you're unsure about what some processes are, post them here and we'll try to help you out.
     
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