Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Discussion
Unfortunately, when searching, none of those values could be found. It's not really a stretch to assume that a game like this doesn't stick with static locations.
Also, TSearch appears not to work on 7x64. Works fine on my old XP laptop right enough. Shame.
[Edited by Draesk, 11/8/2011 8:46:02 AM]
Which is why I hate 7x64.. -.- causes more problems then fixes.. I cannot use t search cause of it.. pain in the ass ****..
7x64 does not "cause more problems then fixes". Windows 7 is the most stable and secure operating systems that Microsoft have ever released, and the x64 version is also the most stable and widely-supported Windows 64-bit operating system ever (and this from a fan of linux). This is not opinion, this is just the way it is.
The fact is that x64 is becoming the norm, be-it Windows or other systems - every processor made since w7's release (and before) "supports" 64-bit (it's built on a 64-bit architecture with 32-bit support). The software and driver support for 7x64 is as wide-ranging and stable as its x86 counterpart, and is far superior to that even of 32-bit XP.
The issue with software like TSearch is that it is independently developed, and was done so many years ago - during a time where the x64 instruction set was not as prevalent as it is now, as well as certain other technologies that are now commonplace (both in x86 and x64 versions of 7). Quite simply, it's outdated software that's not keeping up with advances (and trends) in computing. In this case, and simply put, TSearch is the problem (which I don't really hold against the guy) - 7x64 is not causing any problems whatsoever.
Put it this way, Windows 8 will not have a separate 32-bit version at all - 32-bit support is going the way of 16-bit support in XP.
[Edited by Draesk, 11/10/2011 1:49:39 PM]
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