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timrules  posted on Sep 03, 2008 10:26:17 PM - Report post

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oh so u guys have 64bit i take it?whats your system specs?
 
timrules  posted on Sep 05, 2008 10:19:22 PM - Report post

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yeah oh well.at least i dont need a crap load of cd drivers.hows your collection?
plug "n" play vista rules!!
 
123rune20  posted on Sep 07, 2008 4:53:19 PM - Report post

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anyone know why my 32-bit vista, so far on trainers 1.0 and 1.1, it messes up the sound. At first I just thought it was the game but no it messess up everything?

I don't want to waste my time downloading 1.2 or 1.21 to find out the continuing trend...

 
XJML  posted on Sep 16, 2008 10:17:22 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by frosty2007

My question for you is why are you running ultimate in the first place, ultimate wasnt designed for people to just play games on, it was created more for that.

So shall await too see why you have ultimate?

What the f are you talking about? Isn't Ultimate made to play in? Where do people like you come from?

 
Chingy42007  posted on Sep 16, 2008 11:18:15 AM - Report post


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It's widely regarded that Vista has very little or poor gaming support, particularly with x64 versions of Home Premium and Ultimate. Not only that, but Vista is an absolute memory hog, sometimes taking 700MB of RAM just to run itself. As a former Vista Ultimate user, I can tell you right now the only two games that successfully ran under my Vista Ultimate x32 were Halo PC and Halo 2 PC. I once tried installing NFS ProStreet, but my results were terrible (and yes, I have a high-end PC).

If you truly want to enjoy Crysis, a few other games AND CheatHappens.com's services at its best, I strongly recommend that you switch back to XP, preferably Service Pack 3. There is a smaller chance of crashes etc and games are less demanding on XP due to the OS being less intensive to run with the game.

 
HerpDerp2332  posted on Sep 16, 2008 11:24:57 AM - Report post

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quote:
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It's widely regarded that Vista has very little or poor gaming support, particularly with x64 versions of Home Premium and Ultimate. Not only that, but Vista is an absolute memory hog, sometimes taking 700MB of RAM just to run itself. As a former Vista Ultimate user, I can tell you right now the only two games that successfully ran under my Vista Ultimate x32 were Halo PC and Halo 2 PC. I once tried installing NFS ProStreet, but my results were terrible (and yes, I have a high-end PC).

If you truly want to enjoy Crysis, a few other games AND CheatHappens.com's services at its best, I strongly recommend that you switch back to XP, preferably Service Pack 3. There is a smaller chance of crashes etc and games are less demanding on XP due to the OS being less intensive to run with the game.

ya vista hates most PC games... for now

 
123rune20  posted on Sep 16, 2008 5:18:27 PM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by Chingy42007

It's widely regarded that Vista has very little or poor gaming support, particularly with x64 versions of Home Premium and Ultimate. Not only that, but Vista is an absolute memory hog, sometimes taking 700MB of RAM just to run itself. As a former Vista Ultimate user, I can tell you right now the only two games that successfully ran under my Vista Ultimate x32 were Halo PC and Halo 2 PC. I once tried installing NFS ProStreet, but my results were terrible (and yes, I have a high-end PC).

If you truly want to enjoy Crysis, a few other games AND CheatHappens.com's services at its best, I strongly recommend that you switch back to XP, preferably Service Pack 3. There is a smaller chance of crashes etc and games are less demanding on XP due to the OS being less intensive to run with the game.

Good thing I kept my XP alive! I WUV U XP!

Vista=poopy

 
invicita  posted on Sep 17, 2008 10:00:29 PM - Report post

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Really? I've ran both XP and Vista, and I've had no trouble with any games, at least performance wise. Though sometimes I'll have to change the compatibility mode and whatnot. I'm guessing most of you don't bother tweaking your Vista installs. No resource hogging, didn't even have to disable the visual goodies. My computer isn't very powerful either. A64 X2 5400+, 2GB DDR800 RAM, X1900 ALL-IN-WONDER, X-fi Soundcard.

[Edited by invicita, 9/17/2008 10:01:04 PM]

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