thunderace

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About thunderace

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  1. I usually skip intermissions, but the meat grinder at Vliss really was a lot of fun tonight. Thanks for the fun from everyone on both sides. Looking forward to some good fights this map.
  2. I have Sniff's app which shows last victims and who is talking on TS2 running on the G19 I just got today. I had an old install from my G15 that I just installed over again. I want to use that G15web to display enemies from Snipers Statho page so that I can see them before the mission is over. Anyone still have that G15web file? The URL no longer works. Thanks!
  3. I CTDed once tonight, so my problem isn't fixed.....just less frequent.
  4. I have played for about 5 hours now without a CTD. The system is running Vista64 with a GTX295. I reinstalled the game and video drivers, but that didn't work. Then, I turned a few settings down, but that didn't work. I noticed a little bit of strange static, so I installed the most recent sound drivers, cut sounds to 64, and turned off specular. That seemed to do the trick. Hopefully, this can help someone else if they get the same problem. p.s. Sound card is an Asus Xonar D2X
  5. The original message is old. I finally had the time to try again. I did do a full fresh install of the game as well as video and audio drivers. I have turned a lot of the settings down also, but I can't seem to shake these CTDs
  6. New driver install and full game reinstall did not help. I am CTDing about every 20 minutes.
  7. Good to see you! I installed the drivers and will try to get in tonight. Unfortunately, my ISP is giving me major connection headaches. I may lose connection before I CTD
  8. I keep CTDing and am not sure why. I run Vista 64 and have been for 1.5 years. I just had to do a full install of the game due to the not seeing F2 bug. Do these logs mean anything to anyone? Thanks! I think I will go update my Nvidia drivers first. 1 4278460161 10561 917 3515903376 0 3765269347 1967841572 0 GL Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation|Renderer: GeForce GTX 295/PCI/SSE2|C++ Exception: class std::bad_alloc bad allocation at address 754AE124 $Id: wwiiClientMessages.cpp 3678 2010-05-18 08:10:04Z osmith@CRS $ This file contains data on the last abnormal application termination that is used to submit crash information automatically to Playnet. Data solely describes the fault and does not contain any system/personal identification. Date and time: 8/17/2010 21:44:46 Program compile time: Jul 23 2010 09:03:00 File version: 1, 31, 4, 255 GL Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation Renderer: GeForce GTX 295/PCI/SSE2 C++ Exception: class std::bad_alloc 'bad allocation' at address 754AE124
  9. Same here. I was told by a GM to reinstall so I am off to download now.
  10. I just don't want to have to buy a new operating system just to play WWIIOL. This system rocks with everything else.
  11. SSE2, netcode, and running as administrator do not stop my Vista64 from crashing in WWIIOL.
  12. Below is what I posted in the Windows 7 thread when someone mentioned the same thing. I have the same problem. I only get the error in WWIIOL. i7 920 GTX 295 6 GB Dominator RAM Asus P6T Deluxe Asus Xonar D2X Vista 64 Nothing overclocked All drivers are up to date, and so is the BIOS I have tried all the tricks like disabling Aero etc. I have tried all the beta drivers except the Nvidia that came out earlier this week which is reported to be horrible I confirmed RAM was good with Memtest86+ I used XPI to set all the RAM settings. Increasing the voltage alone did nothing. I confirmed temps, voltages, and power supply checked out using OCCT I have played with all the 3D settings. I reinstalled DX10 I disabled the onboard sound in BIOS and uninstalled its drivers. I have reinstalled all drivers using CleanSweep in safe mode. I have reviewed all the system logs looking for critical errors and warnings to help diagnose the issue. My best guess is that there is some sort of shader issue with the drivers and Vista64 that only WWIIOL causes. The error would often happen when firing guns or looking at the map, but sometimes it happened while flying at 7Km all alone. I installed the new TrackIR software and drivers today to see if maybe that would help. I just set WWIIOL to run in XP SP2 compatibility to see if that does any good. If not, I will probably put Windows 7 on another hard drive and just do a dual boot just to play WWIIOL. ------------------ System Information ------------------ Time of this report: 5/1/2009, 19:43:53 Machine name: ME109G6 Operating System: Windows Vista™ Ultimate (6.0, Build 6001) Service Pack 1 (6001.vistasp1_gdr.090302-1506) Language: English (Regional Setting: English) System Manufacturer: System manufacturer System Model: System Product Name BIOS: BIOS Date: 03/25/09 12:18:36 Ver: 08.00.15 Processor: Intel® Core i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz (8 CPUs), ~2.7GHz Memory: 6134MB RAM Page File: 1653MB used, 10790MB available Windows Dir: C:\Windows DirectX Version: DirectX 10 DX Setup Parameters: Not found DxDiag Version: 6.00.6001.18000 64bit Unicode
  13. I have the same problem. I only get the error in WWIIOL. i7 920 GTX 295 6 GB Dominator RAM Asus P6T Deluxe Asus Xonar D2X Vista 64 Nothing overclocked All drivers are up to date, and so is the BIOS I have tried all the tricks like disabling Aero etc. I have tried all the beta drivers except the Nvidia that came out earlier this week which is reported to be horrible I confirmed RAM was good with Memtest86+ I used XPI to set all the RAM settings. Increasing the voltage alone did nothing. I confirmed temps, voltages, and power supply checked out using OCCT I have played with all the 3D settings. I reinstalled DX10 I disabled the onboard sound in BIOS and uninstalled its drivers. I have reinstalled all drivers using CleanSweep in safe mode. I have reviewed all the system logs looking for critical errors and warnings to help diagnose the issue. My best guess is that there is some sort of shader issue with the drivers and Vista64 that only WWIIOL causes. The error would often happen when firing guns or looking at the map, but sometimes it happened while flying at 7Km all alone. I installed the new TrackIR software and drivers today to see if maybe that would help. I just set WWIIOL to run in XP SP2 compatibility to see if that does any good. If not, I will probably put Windows 7 on another hard drive and just do a dual boot just to play WWIIOL. ------------------ System Information ------------------ Time of this report: 5/1/2009, 19:43:53 Machine name: ME109G6 Operating System: Windows Vista™ Ultimate (6.0, Build 6001) Service Pack 1 (6001.vistasp1_gdr.090302-1506) Language: English (Regional Setting: English) System Manufacturer: System manufacturer System Model: System Product Name BIOS: BIOS Date: 03/25/09 12:18:36 Ver: 08.00.15 Processor: Intel® Core i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz (8 CPUs), ~2.7GHz Memory: 6134MB RAM Page File: 1653MB used, 10790MB available Windows Dir: C:\Windows DirectX Version: DirectX 10 DX Setup Parameters: Not found DxDiag Version: 6.00.6001.18000 64bit Unicode
  14. I am having the same problems with the video card not responding. i7 920 GTX295 6 GB Ram Asus P6T deluxe Vista64 Asus Xonar D2X Zalman 100W power supply I ran OCCT through all the tests in addition to memtest. All temperatures, voltages, and memory check out. All system drivers are current. I have also tried using the latest beta drivers from Nvidia. I have tried disabling one GPU (in case SLI was the problem) I have everything at Nvidia recommended settings except vsynch forced off. The game still hung with it on anyway. Aero is off. Vista is up to date. I could not apply either of the hotfixes mentioned, so they must have already been incorporated in Windows updates. This is the only game that I have the problem with. L4Dead and CoD WaW run great. I do have some packet loss issues, but I am sure they were there before and the game ran fine on my old rig. This is a brand new build and I have never been able to get WWIIOL stable on it. I tracked the packet loss down to show it was not from my hardware and even replaced my router and VOIP adapter anyway. I am at my wits end on this. It looks like the only option I have left is to try other 3rd party drivers or get used to not playing WWIIOL.
  15. Is there a way that the packet loss is causing video driver issues?