January - last edited January
@0327Haley First thing I notice you have too little free space on your bootable system device. Try freeing up space and see if that helps.
Your graphics driver are pretty old. I recommend that you visit nvidia.com to upgrade,
Like @roberta591 mentions you do not have much free space on your C: drive. I recommend that you move something to your D: drive that has much more space.
Hey there again. So, I took your advice and tried to clear up space, but not much to do. I also updated my drive, but my game is still crashing. It actually crashed fasted then it had done previously. Very confused on why this is happening. Here is the new dxdiag file and hopefully will get some answers. Frustrating as I can't really play my game.
@0327Haley You really need to know how the Windows operating system works to understand why 14.6Gb of free space is not enough. Not even close. Another issue is the power supply. Nvidia recommends a 450W power supply (YES I looked it up). The Dell ships with a proprietary 360W OR 500W power supply (YES I looked it up). You need to open the case and read the label. A 256Gb boot device will probably make a nice student/business computer. The virtual drive may be using precious resources that you have so little of. Is there a reason you have the virtual drive loaded?