How to stop fallout 3 from freezing

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I recently started playing Fallout 3 GOTY aobtain on my new computer system. This new computer system has actually NO problems playing Farcry 3, Bioshock Infinite, and other new games at Ultra settings. When playing the afformentioned games, it generally takes about 3-4 hrs of consistent play for the system to be in any real danger of freezing throughout gameplay.The freezing can take place at any kind of random minute, it seems. It deserve to also take place once my character is simply idly standing around.Fallout 3 is various though. Every few minutes the game will freeze, not crash, but freeze. Only a compelled restart enables me to get earlier to various other things. My system is running on Windows 7 (64bit) Can someone tell me if there"s a settle for these random freezings?


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this is a pinned topic at the height of the threads.did you attempt this?1. Add the adhering to lines to the FALLOUT.INI file in C:///documents/my games/fallout3/ (at the end of the General area of the ini file)bUseThreadedAI=1iNumHWThreads=2Just do an Edit/Find and also form in the following and also click Find Next:The Display area comes best after the General section, so paste those two line above .(i"d rename any type of ini file i was going to readjust to e.g., fallout3original.ini or somepoint as well before making any type of changes to the ini file. copy it somewbelow then adjust the one in the my games/fallout3 folder and make sure its named FALLOUT.INI, then move the fallout3original.ini earlier right into the my games/fallout3 folder. that"s simply in instance you mess up the FALLOUT.INI file; then you have the right to delete the one you messed up and also rename fallout3original.ini to FALLOUT.INI)2. add the D3D9 file to the folder that contains Fallout3.exe you may need to delete your save file before you include D3D9. (if you have actually any kind of saves, i"d move it to one more place, e.g. either my desktop computer or to a new folder i made in the "my games" file named fallout3oldsaves or something similar.