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Ultimate Geek

Topic # 14320 27-Jun-2007 17:02
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I have command and conquer 3 and it works fine on XP I have dual operating systems with vista ultimate and XP I have the latest drivers for my stuff yet
When i play it it freezes when loading a multiplayer or skirmish game.
ea tech support is useless and I really want to put the game on vista as that way i can then get rid of XP

any help is much appreciated

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 79521 24-Jul-2007 23:12
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its freezing in vista?

Hmm... haven't heard of that. Does dx10 make it look much different?

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  Reply # 79522 24-Jul-2007 23:14
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I cannot even get it to work in vista...

Let me know how you did it if you have managed.

C&C3 locked up for me once or twice in XP, but I have not tried it since ive increased my ram.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 80055 27-Jul-2007 19:34
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what are the specs in playing the game??

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  Reply # 80211 29-Jul-2007 13:23
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Can you give us some more information?
Computer specs, latest drivers..etc etc

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Ultimate Geek

  Reply # 80320 30-Jul-2007 11:17
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I got mind fixed by restoring my pc lol. took a few days but now cnc and other games are running alot better as well.

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