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Tweet 65
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posted 06-28-2000 08:18 AM     Profile for Tweet 65   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Is anyone else having problems installing some of the older games on newer, faster machines? I have a 750 Mhz Athlon and I can't get F-22 to install.

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Envelope
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posted 06-28-2000 09:18 AM     Profile for Envelope   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
I'll guess that it's more likely to be a software problem rather than a hardware problem. Also check your video card compatibility. Another problem I've had is that my monitor was not of sufficient resolution, although, if you are running 750 Mhz, I can't imagine you'd be using such a low res monitor.

If it was a hardware problem, it's more likely that the hardware was too old and/or slow. Are you sure it's 750 Mhz and not 75 Mhz?


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posted 07-16-2000 01:00 PM     Profile for gmcmann   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
I was able to get F22 and TAW to install on a new machine by simply not installing the Music option during setup. Give it a try.
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posted 07-17-2000 10:51 AM     Profile for Nolan     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Any error messages?

Anyways see if you have dos drivers loaded for the CD, if so remove them.

Hope it helps.

/Nolan


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posted 07-17-2000 12:52 PM     Profile for Shogun   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
The only way I could get TAW to run is by removing about a quarter of my Fonts. If you
exceed 500 fonts you'll get a "Winfont Creation" error. Do any of the patches fix
this? The graphics and emmersion are outstanding in this sim, but I don't want to sacrifice my System fonts for it.

Thanks,

-Shogun


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Casey
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posted 07-17-2000 10:17 PM     Profile for Casey   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
I had TAW running fine for a day than- boom- crash city.

It crashed three times in one day so I removed it and installed F-22ADF instead. Only problem with it so far is a strange blue outline around objects in hardware mode. I switched it to software-only mode and it looks pretty good (P 500, 128 MB, TNT2 Ultra).

It's funny that I'm trying to get this thing to run when I've got Jane's F-18 and others sitting on a shelf. But something about the look and feel of DiD's work keeps me coming back.

Good hunting.

[This message has been edited by Casey (edited 07-17-2000).]


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posted 07-19-2000 09:10 PM       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
a problem with newer hardware is the lack of proper irqs (interrupts) i have a monster sound mx300 and an aztech modem that both use irq 10, and it will crash F-22 ADF if you just off the internet...also after a little while the midi music starts to crackle. this can be fixed by turning off the rather annoying (at least to me) music.
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