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Old 02-22-2009, 05:22 PM
baerry baerry is offline
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Default Tech problem

Hello, me and my friend we both bought this game, but i got a problem whit mine, when i play sp or mp my game freezes when i try to loot corpses or boxes,i it even freezes when i try to change stuff in options. but it only freezes for about 5-15sec everytime, but thats annoying for the rest playing when we do coop. it runs smooth aslong as i dont loot any.

my sys-specc:
core2duo 2.8ghz,
Geforce 8800gtx,
2gm ram, 800mhz,
1tb hd, 600gb free,
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Old 02-22-2009, 07:43 PM
RyuRanX RyuRanX is offline
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I have a similar problem. The demo runs smoothly, but it freezes randomically. Sometimes I can play 5 minutes, sometimes only 1 minute. I heard some people have this problem with the full version as well.
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Old 02-24-2009, 05:40 AM
Colonel Kilgore Colonel Kilgore is offline
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Default Freezing no...but ordered movement ...no response

Sometimes in direct control mode...my soldier /infantryman will not respond to my move or execute commands to say..fix the tank or move to inspect a corpse or ....other. But that seems when most units are lost and the situation is almost finished anyway, /So i do not think it is a real problem.
Strange though.... In Soldiers HOWW2 any unit could be moved and controlled even down past the "fail" point of the mission.

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