Discussion in 'Gaming' started by crazydeep74, 20 Jan 2007.
"Grand Theft Auto VC Cannot Find Enough Available Video Memory"
ATI Radeon VE 64MB
I'm not sure myself, but you'll wanna post your complete system specs
I'm guessing that's Radeon 7000 VE? That's your problem right there, I wouldn't even attempt any 3D games within the past 7 years.
Yeah, but it still falls within minimum specifications.
I cant figure this out. Is there just a way to play the game without it running a system check?
Dude, just spend $100 and get a card that'll run it...
In response to your question. No. Not unless you're a programming god. Even then, it still wouldn't work properly.
I don't think you'll be able to play, sorry man.
Well thats no reason really. I just want to know how to fix it.
I don't think minimum spec always translates to "This Game Will Run OK". With a card like that, you're really going to struggle to get anything at all out of GTA.
Can I borrow $100?
c'mon dude $100 for a graphics card is dirt cheep. But if thats too much of a stretch, you have bills etc or whatever heres a card that'll run gta
i've used that card before and it works with GTA VC, not the best card in the world mind you but it'll get the job done. Assuming your agp slot is 4x/8x
I actually did figure out the problem, I needed Windows Net Framework, bleh. Then this morning my HDD fails, what luck. Now Im running Linux so no GTA for me :-(
^ You don't need .NET for GTA VC, and you shouldn't need it for your graphics drivers either.
Sounds like your best bet would be to pick up a PS2 or old Xbox and GTA:VC.
I think that would be more than a good enough graphics card
Its not his video card and its not mine
Its not the video card guys. I know that card should run it and i know mine does/did. Until I got the same error. I haven't foudn the solution yet. but i need help looking a reinstall doesn't fix it new/old drivers doesn't fix it. Problem occurs on both nvidia and ATI
ATI drivers do require .net
No they dont - ATI Catayst Control Centre requires the .Net program - not the drivers. Drivers are drivers, you dont need other programs for them to work.
Anyway, this should be in Tech Help.
^ whats your problem with your g.card?
You first post didnt really say what was wrong.
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