|google earth very slow loading pictures||pwarc||6/18/10 12:55 AM|
I check out the pictures on google earth from time to time. With the new 5.2release, the pictures were loaded very slowly, unbearable.
Talking about experience, it is really poor.
configuration of my computer: Intel E6600 Core2 Duo, 8G DDR2.
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||devra||7/17/10 1:04 AM|
I have the same problem. Anybody have any ideas?
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||ComtekSam||7/22/10 4:15 AM|
Yes I have the same problem (Windows 7) on Dual Quad core with 16 gb RAM and fast internet. Very fast computer!
Works great on MAC book pro on same interent connection
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||aristofeles||7/31/10 7:56 AM|
Same thing, AMD and ATI plataform.. 4.x used to be great.
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||SnowTiger (Chris Mowat)||7/31/10 1:19 PM|
I know from another post that Google is aware of this issue and they are currently trying to resolve it (and probably many others from the number of related posts I have seen).
In the meantime, does anyone have a link to where we can download the Previous Version of GE ?
I want to revert back before I pull any more hair out of my head.
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||pwarc||8/1/10 8:07 PM|
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||goce.mitevski||8/2/10 2:19 AM|
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||SnowTiger (Chris Mowat)||8/2/10 12:52 PM|
Thank you very much to both "pwarc" and "goce.mitevski" for the links for previous GE versions.
Have a great day and thanks again.
SnowTiger (aka HomeTech ... for some reason still).
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||IanDSamson||8/12/10 5:46 AM|
Google Earth loads very slowly, panoramio pictures take "forever" to come up, too frequent "not responding" messages, it is not my internet connection and I am running on Vista Ultimate 64-bit with 8GB RAM, so it has to be the algorithms that are not functioning properly.
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||Alron1312||8/12/10 6:46 AM|
I am running with XP on a fast AMD computer... Google 5 is RUBBISH..... Takes for ages to open pics. COME ON GOOGLE... get your act together!!!!
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||SnowTiger (Chris Mowat)||8/12/10 8:08 PM|
GE v5 is great.
The latest update to 5.2 is a tad problematic .. which is the topic of this thread.
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||IanDSamson||8/13/10 1:28 AM|
This does not explain why GE takes so long to load, why Panoramio pictures appear to do their own thing, why GE decides to zoom in irrespective of what the user is doing, why I get "not responding" ... etc. Otherwise, it's a great tool. I really enjoy it. Who needs a map book when one has Google Earth?
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||RTPSEV||9/13/10 10:50 PM|
The same problem Win7ProX64!!!!
Google developers, plese pay attention and release the PATCH!
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||Masonicmoron||9/14/10 12:52 AM|
There is a glitch on high powered PC's. Fast and smooth on low powered PC/workstation??
Uninstall 5.2 then reinstalling 5.1 again is the best quick fix. http://earth.google.com/download-earth-advanced.html
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||KlausinChrist||9/15/10 10:03 AM|
5.1.3535.3218 does only show a symbol instead of a little preview picture for panoramio-pictures. When clicking on it the link is working fine.
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||RulyMiscreant||9/21/10 3:15 PM|
I just got a new computer and was afraid that it was shitty when the newest version of Google earth wouldn't load a panoramio pic. Everytime I click on a picture the whole program freezes for 15-20 seconds which seems like an eternity when you just want to browse through some pictures.
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||rochelimit||9/28/10 5:49 PM|
very slow yes, especially when downloading pictures. and this only happen the last one week, after I downloaded the new version.
|Re: google earth very slow loading pictures||Masonicmoron||9/29/10 2:33 AM|