tr6al

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About tr6al

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  • Birthday 04/16/1951

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  • Preferred Side
    Allied
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    Navy
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    River Boat
  1. It's not so much the DD hunting efms's , but they are placed on the shore where DD's can't kill them . It would just make that aspect a little more realistic. Tr6al
  2. Another option would be to colour the FMS button green for go , yellow for on the way or wait a bit , and red for do not spawn or there is no Fms. Also Allow the Mission leader to change the status of the FMs . Tr6al
  3. It is reasonable that DD's main batteries should have an effect on Efms's . Can we get the HE from them to have an effect as at the moment Efms's are built in site of the shore and we can't do anything except ignore them , or camp them .. Tr6al
  4. I also just got the same
  5. Happens to me quite often , but I usually get on the second time. I also lose the reserve if it is only 1 , and it is usually LMG. I just got used to it .
  6. Costs nothing to download . It is a full version, and the trial is on the main server with everyone else. It is just time limited. (14 days)
  7. Also check out 4wing , we fly every night and are more than willing to fly with you . Get on Allied TS , channel 60 and introduce yourself ... Tr6al
  8. I find I have to check direction of he audio each time I start the game. One time it starts correctly, the next timie it "might" be reversed , left is right , front is back ... I have a Sound Blaster PCI 128 card . Is this normal ? This doesn't happen (that I have noticed) on my onboard card or the Live 24 external I had. Thanks TR6al
  9. Ratszo is 100% correct ... if you want to spawn in and get 30-40 kills a mission first day, wrong game for you !! I have been playing for over 3 years and still suck at flying ...as well as other things. You need to give it time and LEARN to use the equipment and THINK about what you need to do to stay alive. Then you can think about getting kills . This game has a very steep learning curve and you need to learn how to play it . Once you get over the fact that you aren't a natural killer or a RAMBO , you will start getting kills. Ask for help , you will most likley get it and the game starts to become fun.
  10. Try your swap disk at about 2 gig .
  11. using the program Format will clean it up for you. At the command prompt , type format c: it will ask if you really want to do it . Deleting the Windows or Winnt directory (folder) should work to show windows you dont already have a copy installed. I have never done this as I have lots of other programs to do the same thing , but it is worth a try.
  12. Usually between 1/2 hour and 2 hours , depending on how complicated it is , or if they do some quick maintenance when the servers are down.
  13. OOOOOH ... Sounds really exciting !! LOL Try that another 100 times and tell us how much you still enjoy it.
  14. Is there a possibility that this could become a real issue with our accounts ?? http://www.sophos.com/virusinfo/articles/priston.html Spyware worm steals usernames and passwords from fantasy role-playing gamers, Sophos reports [sophos's anti-virus products can shield fantasy online gamers from the worm] Sophos's anti-virus products can shield fantasy online gamers from the worm. Experts at SophosLabs™, Sophos's global network of virus, spyware and spam analysis centers, have reported that a new spyware worm, W32/PrsKey-A, is designed to steal usernames and passwords from players of a massive multi-player internet role-playing game. The PrsKey-A spyware worm attempts to steal passwords and user information from players of the massive medieval fantasy role-playing game, "Priston Tale". "Priston Tale" is played over the internet and has millions of subscribers around the globe, many of them in South Korea which has an advanced internet infrastructure. The worm lurks in the background waiting for users to enter either "Priston Tale" or the Yahoo mail system, and then begins capturing keypresses including usernames and passwords. "More malware is being written that, as well as causing disruption, also steals registration keys, passwords and data from players of computer games," said Graham Cluley , senior technology consultant for Sophos. "This isn't just about doing better in a computer game. Criminals are stealing virtual assets like armor, money and weapons to trade for hard cash in the real world. We are seeing a trend of more battles between rival internet gamers and malicious code to assist with this kind of robbery." Disturbingly, the spyware worm also steals information from users of the Yahoo mail system, giving hackers an opportunity to steal infected user's identities. "Priston Tale" is a fantasy multi-player game which involves fighting monsters across a 3D world. Originating in South Korea, it is also played in Japan, China, Taiwan, Thailand and English-speaking countries. Some players have submerged themselves into the virtual world's universe, playing for many hours at a time. Other popular multi-player online games whose players have been targeted by viruses and Trojan horses in the past include "Lineage", "Outwar" and "Legend of Mir 2". Last month, Sophos reported that a gang had been arrested in South Korea for allegedly stealing from online gamers via password stealers. Although there have been relatively few reports of this worm, Sophos recommends computer users ensure their anti-virus software is up-to-date, and that companies protect themselves with a consolidated solution which can defend them from the threats of both spam and viruses.