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New Computer won't run Game?

Discussion in 'Games' started by SFC.Stoner, Feb 9, 2007.

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  1. SFC.Stoner

    SFC.Stoner Thread Starter

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    Just got this new Dell XPS 410 Computer, running the new Vista O/S and with a Nvidia 7900 GS Vid. card. Loaded all my old games and all work but Moh. Whats up with that??
    seems to run COD fine, what do I need to do to get Moh back ....short of getting a new computer(haha) Have been told that I need to roll back my Vid. Card drivers but have done that and still no luck. Can I be helped??


    SFC.Stoner
     
  2. rexgrant

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    Hi stoner
    According to this link you seem to be lucky
    www.tgdaily.com/2007/01/30/vista_games/
    Regards
    Rex
     
  3. blaine2521

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    Try turning your hardware acceleration down on your sound card. It works for older games and newer pc's running xp it may work with vista



    Good luck
     
  4. GripS

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    I recommend you roll back on the OS to windows XP. Windows Vista is still in it's baby stages so it will be a while before all the quirks get sorted out.

    As a general rule of thumb it's usually not a good idea to buy the latest technology as soon as it's released. This would be a perfect example of why.
     
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