Battlefield 4: Optimize by Rebooting Your Computer
Yesterday, I kept getting disconnected due to unknown error. I was never able to stay in a BF4 game for more than a few minutes. All night, I was changing settings to see if it was due to performance. Finally, when I reduced resolution to the lowest quality, I was able to finish an entire game.
Today, it occurred to me that there is something not right. I had been using higher resolution for the past year and not had this problem. Then it occurred to me...
I had been using my computer all day, doing work--running Visual Paradigm, OpenOffice, PuTTY, WinSCP, you name it. The computer had been on for over 10 hours. When I finally had time to relax and play some BF4, the memory has probably been fragmented to bits.
Tonight, I reset the BF4 resolution to what I had ran before. And immediately after starting my computer, I jumped into a BF4 game. So far, no crashes or disconnects. If you get random disconnects or crashes, think back to when you started your computer. Maybe you've been using it for a while. It might be time for a reboot.
Did your message disappear? Read the Forums FAQ.
Spam Control | * indicates required field
TrackBack only accepted from WebSite-X Suite web sites. Do not submit TrackBacks from other sites.
No TrackBacks yet. TrackBack can be used to link this thread to your weblog, or link your weblog to this thread. In addition, TrackBack can be used as a form of remote commenting. Rather than posting the comment directly on this thread, you can posts it on your own weblog. Then have your weblog sends a TrackBack ping to the TrackBack URL, so that your post would show up here.
Messages, files, and images copyright by respective owners.
108 Users Online
Copyright © 2004 - 2019. All Rights Reserved.