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Solved: Adobe Shockwave Player Slow
Adobe Shockwave Player is really slow...I got 128mb RAM and Windows ME...I have tried playing Sherwood online but its really slow...can you guys help me thanks
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- What other specs do you have? 128 RAM is not enough to run shockwave properly, i would perfer at least 256 RAM.#4; Sat, 01 Mar 2008 05:29:00 GMT
- BUMP cmon ppl help me#5; Sat, 01 Mar 2008 05:30:00 GMT
- Help Me Please Cmon People!!
P#8; Sat, 01 Mar 2008 05:33:00 GMT
- YOu already have a help by me, I need to know what specs do you have.#9; Sat, 01 Mar 2008 05:34:00 GMT
- Also, by slow do you mean choppy? Or is it loading slow...more detail needed.#10; Sat, 01 Mar 2008 05:35:00 GMT
- Okay what I mean by slow is the audio and visual do not go together...like if he says no his mouth will move 2 seconds later... and its really slow..I mean by slow is in the game is really slow.. and choppy...and i need help ASAP#11; Sat, 01 Mar 2008 05:36:00 GMT
- I have windows me 128mb of ram.. pentuim 2 procceser... 6gb of memory... what else do you guys need thanks?#12; Sat, 01 Mar 2008 05:37:00 GMT
- Ok i do not know if this is availible in shockwave but works in flash, is there a quality setting like if you right click the shockwave window? If there is try setting it to medium or low. Also, i really think this is slow because of your system spec. 128 ram on an old pentium !! is not a very powerfull system. So i would say best bet is to try to lower quality in the game.#13; Sat, 01 Mar 2008 05:38:00 GMT
- nope flash player is the one that you can right click it and but it low quality but shockwave you cant..#14; Sat, 01 Mar 2008 05:39:00 GMT