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    Hi guys,
    I'm having a problem with Counter Strike Source on my new Toshiba Satellite (Core 2Duo T5500 / nvidia go 7600 / 2GB RAM / 120GB HD / Vista Home Premium 32 bit).
    I used to play CS:S on my old P4 512MB RAM and it was ok, but since I started playing on my laptop it seems quite choppy and skippy. Lag is fine. I tried almost everything, today I tested my lap on my job place just to make sure it wasn't my ISP. And I still had the same problem.
    Does anyone have any clue on it?
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    have you installed the latest graphics drivers? (beta)

    it could be vista, its not as fast in CS:S as XP by a long way, for me at least.

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    Yep, I just re-installed the whole PC this weekend, I used xp and nothing changes. I though it was my ISP after that but then I tried here in my work network and it has the same problem.

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    a bit stumped then, no ideas why you're getting stuttering.

    As a last resort try right clicking CS:S in steam games and goto properties, under "set launch options" put

    -heapsize 512288

    as already noted, this probolably won't help as your laptop specs should not need anything like this to eradicate stuttering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jameson View Post
    a bit stumped then, no ideas why you're getting stuttering.

    As a last resort try right clicking CS:S in steam games and goto properties, under "set launch options" put

    -heapsize 512288

    as already noted, this probolably won't help as your laptop specs should not need anything like this to eradicate stuttering.
    Yep, i tried that with no success m8, :-( but thanks for your help. If you got any other ideas please let me know.

    Cheers.

    btw, I tried to play Prince of Persia the two thrones and i wasn't able at all, the game runs so slowly, its funny how i could play that on my old p4 with 512 ram, :mad:

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