Published on 22nd October 2009 by
Originally Posted by DigibullAll my games so far have worked for me bar Call of Duty 4 (32bit ultimate installed). Everytime I tried to load the multiplayer it would crash instantly (SP worked fine). I reinstalled, re-applied patches, updated punkbuster... all to no avail.
What fixed it in the end was plugging in my microphone... Yup, the moment i plugged it in the game fired OK without error and no further crashes occured even after hours of gameplay. Remove the mic, however, and it would once again refuse to load.
Originally Posted by DaMightyMouseCouldn't get my driver for the wireless card working on the x64 RTM version, until I installed it using Vista SP2 compatibility mode. So there are scenarios where compatibility mode is actually useful.
Originally Posted by DaMightyMouseOops I meant SP1 ...
Originally Posted by BlademrkRetail version of Titan Quest on Vista had problems (missing driver in DX10 that was in DX9)...
Originally Posted by The boy 4rm ozI can't wait to get my FREE!!! copy from Micro$oft :D.
Originally Posted by CasefanError 557 (in Gothic 3) is "Macro too long/complex - An attempt was made to create a MACRO that is too long or complex." This suggests that maybe the problem is that the original game was poorly coded?
Originally Posted by V3ctorI just hope Duke Nukem Forever will play in Win7 :D
Originally Posted by SterkenburgIf only SimTower would work :(
Originally Posted by The_PopeTrackMania anyone?
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