adzpsp

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About adzpsp

  • Rank
    S.W.A.T
  • Birthday 12/20/1991

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    [email protected]
  • Website URL
    http://www.adzgamingzone.co.nr
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    United States Of America
  • Interests
    I'm a big fan of the Los Angeles Police Department!<br /><br />I like music, acting, bike riding, games.

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  • Favourite GTA
    San Andreas
  • Flag
    United States
  1. All i need really is for Axis to be reognised as buttons in game.
  2. Hey. I just downloaded SAAC 1.2 I have got a new stearing wheel with pedles. The stearing is fine without SAAC but pedles dont work. I set up SAAC but nothing is changed. How do i get it to work with GTA SA?
  3. Ummm... Why is it so laggy?
  4. Hmmm... I have 1GB RAM and 512B X1550 card and GTA:SA is so laggy. I'm unsure whats up, also there are textures that are all broken.
  5. Dont be mean to Jared, he is a cool guy, he's sweet and always helps me out! You should all respect him!
  6. Gecube ATI X1550 256mb
  7. Lolz thx mate. I don't think i'll mod my GTA but i will use online, Uncle sams cops and robbers is so fun!
  8. Bully :'(
  9. After ages of not playing GTA:SA! On thursday i get my new Graphics card which will play SA better then me X300SE did GTA:SA MP will look so much better
  10. Right, when ever i play GTA:SA about 20-30mins into the game my graphics card drivers will get dissabled. If i update to v.1.2 will this help my problem? and also, would i still be able to use mods? In the FAQ's i see this :- Q: Will overclocking my graphics card make a difference to GRAND THEFT AUTO: San Andreas? A: GRAND THEFT AUTO: San Andreas can and does stress different parts of a GPU to "normal" PC games. We have noticed machines which will overheat while running GRAND THEFT AUTO: San Andreas that do not overheat with other games. As a consequence we do not recommend overclocking with this title. Often results of overheating in GRAND THEFT AUTO: San Andreas can be seen as 3d models having spikes caused by vertices becoming corrupted, reboots and VPU recovery errors on ATI video cards. This is my problem, but its not overclocked.
  11. Cool.... but whats wrong with homosexuals lol
  12. 10/10! Very nice! Love the music to the 1st video.
  13. Ok... Just recorded it and its stoped doing it now......... Here is the video anyway, may take a while to be procesed according to youtube
  14. Errr... I only have a 1.3 camera that records in MPEG 4.. I'll try.
  15. Mine is set at 1280*1024 Errr.. Right, i just configured my controller, when i go fast the car digs into the ground backwards and the sound is like it's in a hall... Any ideas guys, oh, the graphics are 100x better than ps2