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    I got a crash on call of duty and VPU recover said my graphics buffer was set too high How can I remedy this problem, I have a 9800 pro and i was wondering if anyone else has had this problem and how they sorted it? or if anyone knows what to do to get rid of this problem it would be most appreciated thanks, John.

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    Does the computer crash if you have VPU recover turned off? If not then maybe leave it off.

    I find it's more trouble than it's worth.
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    It hasn't crashed since i have had it turned off. I think maybe it was a problem with call of duty because i didnt have the latest patch installed.I have 512 mb ram at the moment and my aperture size is 64mb, when i get 1gb later this week should i set the aperture to 128?(9800 pro)

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    Aperture Size doesn't matter these days with almost every card has 128Mb or more on RAM...

    I also play CoD (and UO) and i don't have troubles with my config, just install Cat's 4.8 (4.9 and 4.10 craches on me, and i have to reset in CoD) en set AGP Aperture 2 whatever you want, cause it doesn't matter....

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    The more ram you have on your gfx card the lower it should be set, I read the reasoning behind it once but I forgot it now.

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    It's in the Bios optimisation guide on Adrian's Rojak Pot, Daniel.
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    Yep thats where I read it

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