kildar2

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  1. hi xoom, thanks for the offer and email . unfortunately I will not be able to join you guys maybe next time?
  2. no pete it is desktop .i lowered resoloution still no joy .i set the anti aliasing to none.what ever that is trying that now?thanks for the response mate.
  3. im running a nivda geforce gt 545=problem is= i play for maybe 20 to 45 mins.varys?then computer hard crashs to the blue screen and serious error detected.all other games ,software run just fine with no problem at all ,so any ideals would help .this is starting to get annoying to say the least.
  4. I just have to say i have been with the squad since day 1 and have had tons of fun and have learned alot.so come join us have some fun.:)i am a recruiter as well.
  5. im in tacoma let me know of date and location pls
  6. live in tacoma, may be interested ?
  7. thanks man that did help alot i think i got problem with media device=media copying random screen shot and stuff is this suppost to be maybe hidden file im looking at ? :Dim no geek
  8. can anyone recommend a good windows fixit program for it:mad:
  9. i just dled free version today and ready to give it a try:D
  10. live in seattle tacoma area washington il bring beer,asprins and axis swatter:D
  11. S! Allies, I am thinking of forming a new squad. The 65th atg. reg..This is a bit off the beaten path i think ,but a needed asset to the battlefield.This squad as first responders on ao's as atgs where needed .As first responders on our D/O's ,spawn as rifle look the situation over and make the call .My hope is to get enough of us together,so that we as atgs first responders can get the atg screens out that are needed with dfru support for them ,efru and our armor as well. I really enjoy atg gunning and know of there are A number of other players out there that do too..I also am sick of getting towed out for ei to murder after just getting set up and lined up on et!! My hope, as Squad .would be to develope some tactics ,such providing our own security = dfru inf. support,scouting good locations for set up,and staying pro active = tow to different locations when needed.Any way i am looking for opinions and members.This will be an allied play only squad and if i can and do get it up and operational would like to use teamspeak.I have one interested member.I need 3 more to create it on bgu .three simple rules=1. no axis play period.2. have fun 3.when and if we have numbers on play as a squad.i have enclosed a breif history on the 65th atg reg. to veiw as well. looking forward to hearing your comments and above all your interest in this ideal .see you on the battle field.S! 65th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Anti-Tank Regiment (TA) MuckleBurgh Collection, Weybourne Military Camp, Weybourne, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7EG Tel: 01263 588210 Norfolk Yeomanry (The King's Own Royal Regiment) Short History; The Regiment was originally formed in 1782 as the Norfolk Rangers, changing its name to the Norfolk Yeomanry Cavalry in 1794 About 1803 three Cavalry units were formed as the 1st West Norfolk, Yeomanry Cavalry; 2nd Mid Norfolk, Yeomanry Cavalry; 3rd East Norfolk, Yeomanry Cavalry, but the Regiment was disbanded in 1828. In 1831 it was reformed as the Norfolk Yeomanry Cavalry, only to be disbanded again in 1849. In 1901 Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry (King's Own) was formed by expansion of Norfolk squadron of Suffolk Imperial Yeomanry (The Duke of York's Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars) and in 1905 it was re-named Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry (The King's Own Royal Regiment), followed by the Norfolk Yeomanry (The King's Own Royal Regiment) (Dragoons) in 1908. During the First World War it formed 12th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Bn. Royal Norfolk Regiment, between 1917 and 1919. In 1922 the Regiment became 429th -430th Batteries, 108th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Brigade, RFA and then in the following years it changed its name as below; 1923: 429th-430th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Batteries, 108th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Brigade, RFA (united with Suffolk Yeomanry) 1924: 429th-430th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Batteries, 108th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) (Army) Field Brigade, RA 1934: 429th-430th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Batteries, 108th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Army Field Brigade, RA 1938: 429th-430th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Batteries, 108th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Army Field Regiment, RA 1938: 219th-220th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Batteries, 55th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Anti-Tank Regiment, RA Later in 1938 the Suffolk Yeomanry separated from the regiment to form 55th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA (217th, 218th, 219th and 220th Batteries), leaving the Norfolk Yeomanry as the 65th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA, with 257th-260th Batteries. 257th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Battery was formed by the re-designation of 219th Battery, 258th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Battery was formed by the re-designation of 220th Battery, with 259th and 260th Batteries were both newly formed. It remained as 65th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA until February 1942 when it became 65th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) and the 65th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA (Norfolk Yeomanry), in November later the same year, still as part of the Territorial Army. At the outbreak of the Second World War, the regiment (with all its batteries 257th, 258th, 259th and 260th) was stationed at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, as part of 18th Infantry Division. During the Fall of France, it served with 50th (Northumberland) Division, fighting at Arras. It arrived in North Africa in May 1941, with 260th Battery serving with 22nd (Guards) Infantry Brigade. The Regiment joined 7th Armoured Division in July 1942 and served with it throughout the rest of the North African Campaign and in Italy. When it returned to the UK in 1944, it was re-equipped with two batteries (257th and 259th) of 17 pdr Anti-Tank guns and two batteries (258th and 260th, respectively) with Achilles Tank Destroyers and US 76mm armed M10 Tank Destroyers, prior to it embarking for Normandy, in June 1944. It the served with the Division until the end of the war, where it finished the war in Kiel. The regiment transferred to 11th Armoured Division in June 1945. It retained this name of 65th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA (Norfolk Yeomanry), until 1947 when it was re-named 389th (The King's Own Regiment, Norfolk Yeomanry) Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RA. The Regiment became 284th (King's Own Regiment, Norfolk Yeomanry) Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RA (amalgamated with 284th (1st East Anglian) (M) HAA Regiment, RA), in 1955, until in 1961 when it was amalgamated with 358th (Suffolk Yeomanry) Field Regiment, RA, to form 308th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Field Regiment, RA. The Norfolk and Suffolk Yeomanry now form 202 (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Battery of the 106th (Yeomanry) Regiment RA (Volunteers), which was formed on 1st July 1991. Web Sites:
  12. S! Allies, I am thinking of forming a new squad. The 65th atg. reg..This is a bit off the beaten path i think ,but a needed asset to the battlefield.This squad as first responders on ao's as atgs where needed .As first responders on our D/O's ,spawn as rifle look the situation over and make the call .My hope is to get enough of us together,so that we as atgs first responders can get the atg screens out that are needed with dfru support for them ,efru and our armor as well. I really enjoy atg gunning and know there are number of other players out there that do too..I also am sick of getting towed out for ei to murder after just getting set up and lined up on et!! My hope as A Squad .would be to develope some tactics ,such providing our own security = dfru inf. support,scouting good locations for set up,and staying pro active = tow to different locations when needed.Any way i am looking for opinions and members.This will be an allied play only squad and if i can and do get it up and operational would like to use teamspeak.I have one interested member.I need 3 more to create it on bgu .three simple rules=1. no axis play period.2. have fun 3.when and if we have numbers on ,play as a squad.i have enclosed a breif history on the 65th atg reg. to veiw as well. looking forward to hearing your comments and above all your interest in this ideal .see you on the battle field.S! 65th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Anti-Tank Regiment (TA) MuckleBurgh Collection, Weybourne Military Camp, Weybourne, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7EG Tel: 01263 588210 Norfolk Yeomanry (The King's Own Royal Regiment) Short History; The Regiment was originally formed in 1782 as the Norfolk Rangers, changing its name to the Norfolk Yeomanry Cavalry in 1794 About 1803 three Cavalry units were formed as the 1st West Norfolk, Yeomanry Cavalry; 2nd Mid Norfolk, Yeomanry Cavalry; 3rd East Norfolk, Yeomanry Cavalry, but the Regiment was disbanded in 1828. In 1831 it was reformed as the Norfolk Yeomanry Cavalry, only to be disbanded again in 1849. In 1901 Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry (King's Own) was formed by expansion of Norfolk squadron of Suffolk Imperial Yeomanry (The Duke of York's Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars) and in 1905 it was re-named Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry (The King's Own Royal Regiment), followed by the Norfolk Yeomanry (The King's Own Royal Regiment) (Dragoons) in 1908. During the First World War it formed 12th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Bn. Royal Norfolk Regiment, between 1917 and 1919. In 1922 the Regiment became 429th -430th Batteries, 108th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Brigade, RFA and then in the following years it changed its name as below; 1923: 429th-430th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Batteries, 108th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Brigade, RFA (united with Suffolk Yeomanry) 1924: 429th-430th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Batteries, 108th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) (Army) Field Brigade, RA 1934: 429th-430th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Batteries, 108th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Army Field Brigade, RA 1938: 429th-430th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Batteries, 108th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Army Field Regiment, RA 1938: 219th-220th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Batteries, 55th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Anti-Tank Regiment, RA Later in 1938 the Suffolk Yeomanry separated from the regiment to form 55th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA (217th, 218th, 219th and 220th Batteries), leaving the Norfolk Yeomanry as the 65th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA, with 257th-260th Batteries. 257th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Battery was formed by the re-designation of 219th Battery, 258th (Norfolk Yeomanry) Battery was formed by the re-designation of 220th Battery, with 259th and 260th Batteries were both newly formed. It remained as 65th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA until February 1942 when it became 65th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) and the 65th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA (Norfolk Yeomanry), in November later the same year, still as part of the Territorial Army. At the outbreak of the Second World War, the regiment (with all its batteries 257th, 258th, 259th and 260th) was stationed at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, as part of 18th Infantry Division. During the Fall of France, it served with 50th (Northumberland) Division, fighting at Arras. It arrived in North Africa in May 1941, with 260th Battery serving with 22nd (Guards) Infantry Brigade. The Regiment joined 7th Armoured Division in July 1942 and served with it throughout the rest of the North African Campaign and in Italy. When it returned to the UK in 1944, it was re-equipped with two batteries (257th and 259th) of 17 pdr Anti-Tank guns and two batteries (258th and 260th, respectively) with Achilles Tank Destroyers and US 76mm armed M10 Tank Destroyers, prior to it embarking for Normandy, in June 1944. It the served with the Division until the end of the war, where it finished the war in Kiel. The regiment transferred to 11th Armoured Division in June 1945. It retained this name of 65th Anti-Tank Regiment, RA (Norfolk Yeomanry), until 1947 when it was re-named 389th (The King's Own Regiment, Norfolk Yeomanry) Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RA. The Regiment became 284th (King's Own Regiment, Norfolk Yeomanry) Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RA (amalgamated with 284th (1st East Anglian) (M) HAA Regiment, RA), in 1955, until in 1961 when it was amalgamated with 358th (Suffolk Yeomanry) Field Regiment, RA, to form 308th (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Field Regiment, RA. The Norfolk and Suffolk Yeomanry now form 202 (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Battery of the 106th (Yeomanry) Regiment RA (Volunteers), which was formed on 1st July 1991. Web Sites: