Do save files with 250+ hours tend to lag or freeze more?

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User Info: youngval312

youngval312
4 years ago#1
I've been noticing this happening a lot lately, but I also recently installed Dragonborn and then Hearthfire. It got really bad with the addition of Hearthfire.

Should I start a new character?
-Val Young-

User Info: Schesparn

Schesparn
4 years ago#2
They seem to take longer to save and load.

I can see why it might lag, though. By the time you get that far into a file, you have a lot of bandits' missed arrows that the game is trying to keep track of. Stuff like that.
Look, for the last time: Kirby has explained it over and over!
http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk138/Schesparn/11911255317531.gif

User Info: Mick65

Mick65
4 years ago#3
Longer save/loads I have noticed, I have several 300+ saves, but I clear both caches when I switch files and every few days on top of that. It has cut down lag/freeze dramatically.
JAFO

User Info: youngval312

youngval312
4 years ago#4
Both caches? There's more than one? How do I clear those?
-Val Young-

User Info: Mick65

Mick65
4 years ago#5
On the main xbox dashboard, Settings, system setting, storage, cashe contents. Not sure of exact path, but you'll see it.

Upon game launch, from hard drive is best, hold X and L/R bumpers until Beth logo. I hold both triggers and bumpers and X until it says press start.
JAFO
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