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rick15465
2nd Apr 2007, 15:15
Can my pc hold Just Cause?

THese are the requirements: (if you didn't know lol :p)


Minimum System Requirements
System: Pentium IV 1.4 GHz or equivalent
RAM: 512 MB
Video Memory: 64 MB
Hard Drive Space: 5800 MB

Recommended System Requirements
System: Pentium IV 2.8 GHz or equivalent
Video Memory: 256 MB

Where can I find my Video Memory?
And Hard Drive Space?

I now have:

-768MB RAM
-886MB avaible


I got a graphics card:

-nVidia GeForce 7600 GS
-Total Memory (of the graphics card): 512.0MB

(I found those at Dxdiag)

edit: I didn't bought it yet.
edit²: I looked over the topics and I saw alot of people complaining about the Pc version (unfinished, crashes if you drive with an ambulance in water...)
edit²³: So is it the money worth?

moosa12
3rd Apr 2007, 01:42
Whatever that is you justed posted does not make any sense.
If you want others to know what your system specs are...
this is what you do.

If you are using Windows XP
1. Click Start
2. Go to Control Panel
3. (For Category View)
click on Performance and Mainteance,
then click on System
(For Classic View)
Click System
4. Look under the General tab
On the left hand side you should see the Windows XP logo.
And to its right is your Windows Version.

All you have to do is
post the name of of your operating system,
your processor name/speed and the amout of ram.

Do not post your name or your serial ID number.

If you are using Windows Vista

1. Click on the Blue orb
2. Click on Control Panel
3. Click on System
4. Inside system you should see your WinSAT score
as well as your system specs.
Post only your Windows Edition, Processor, Ram, and system type.


To see how much HD space you have, click on My Computer.
Right click on your C:\ and go to properties.
The pink is your free space while the blue is your used space.

As for your how much ram you have in your video card you just posted that
it's 512mb.

I've tried on a few different systems and so far for me it works fine.
No problems what's so ever. So I'm not quite sure what is wrong.

rick15465
3rd Apr 2007, 08:44
Ok, got everything.
And it seems that I can play it :) :D
But is it worth the money?

People say that the pc version is unfinished...