Asus UL-80JT Core I3 330m ULV @ 1.2GHZ (akin to a desktop X3 720 BE at stock clocks) 4GB DDR 3 1333 64MB Intel HD IGP 1GB Geforce 310m 500GB 7200rpm SATA HDD Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Latest Optimus drivers from ASUS (257.21) Latest Windows Updates
Fallout 3 (Original release store release) Patch 1.7xx (The one required for Mothership Zeta) No DLC, mods, trainers, hacked .exes, etc installed
I made sure that FO3.exe was white listed in my Nvidia Control Panel and the game actually detects and uses my Geforce 310m which is fine. My issue is that the game freezes a few seconds after choosing your gender. On my desktop PC it runs flawlessly, even with a crap ton of mods installed.
Is anyone else with an Optimus based laptop experiencing similar issues? --- [This message requires a GameFAQs Platinum Account to view]
#2jonas66Posted 10/19/2010 2:47:14 PM
This sounds like what happened to me when I tried on a new computer.
Try this. Sorry if it doesn't help.
http://www.sevenforums.com/gaming/20199-fallout-3-windows-7-w-quad-core.html --- How much of rational behavior is only rational when rationalized?
One last question... Any light weight modifications that you recommend for this game? It's been a while since I last played it and was into the mod scene (nearly a year) so I don't know whats on the up and up. Considering that I'm now playing it on my laptop, I'm assuming stuff like MMM is out of the question, especially considering that I want to keep my frame rate at a nice 30-35fps constant. --- X3 720 @ 3.9ghz // 6GB G.Skill DDR2 1066 // 1GB HD5830 // HT Omega Striker // Win 7 Home Premium Currently Playing: Valkyria Chronicles II, MHFU, CoP (PC)
#6jonas66Posted 10/20/2010 7:34:21 AM
Meh, I was never much of a fan of the overhaul mods, I generally just like the ones with new body meshes and clothes to wear and such things, and those are strongly based on character gender and personal preferences. The only one that I could Really generally recommend is the personal vault hideout mod that is under the gas station in Springfield. Think it's called the mini-hideout mod. --- How much of rational behavior is only rational when rationalized?