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Soldier of Fortune II

#1
How long is the single player? and for some reason when I try to play multiplayer the entire system freezes up on me at the inital loading screen, any ideas?
 
#5
why, what does overclocking effect? all other games run fine. and even if i went back to the origional speed it would not recognize my CPU as AMD XP 2000+ cause i unlocked it. i will try underclocking...
 
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mightiemark

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#7
hey maybe this will help, i have the basicly the same computer.
i dont no if you have windows xp, but if so i do, my computer
always crashed playing games. from quake- ect,
i found out that instead of running in windows ntfs, run it at fat 32
and i havent had a problem since,runs awesome.

hope i could help
mightie
 
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john30uk

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#8
fat 32 is more unstable even though slightly faster as sectors are smaller.
why would anyone want to run xp-pro i fat 32 when ntfs is rock solid.
my p.c had a lot of probs from new most i havr replace part to solve until court case with Evesham but i have never had a problem with ang game in ME or XP with ntfs,some guy wrote in weeks ago saying he couldnt play any of his games ?.
 
#9
i do not really want to format another drive back to Fat32, i am guessing it is because of my computer being overclocked, so when i get to a non unlocked/overclocked system i will try again.
 
#11
it is ligit, the sinlge player works well and has not locked up yet. It is just that the multiplayer will not load. it did after inital install, but not after that.

I buy software opposed to your accusation.
 

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