My favourite game Red Alert: 2 can't work successfully in my Seven Home Premium 64bit.
I'm playing UT3 via Steam and I get a box saying "Preparing to launch Unreal Tournament 3...", it closes down as usual but then nothing happens.
Crysis should be fine,So it seems like this is a common issue but I cannot seem to get Crysis working on my computer. Has anyone found a solution to this?
FSX works-yes and no. It has strange errors in Win7 which it doesn't have in Vista or XP. Like the "add scenery" error. FSX in win7 is allways a balancing act on a high wire. If your lucky your trouble free. If you use the dropdown menu to much FSX will crash [win7-64bits-] FSX has lots of reasons to crash plus some more in Win7.So yes it works, but not as it should.Battlefield 2, Burnout Paradise, FSX, Cabela's Big Game Hunter (2006-present) are all working..
The original Crysis, the drivers are up to date, and check my computer specs for hardware.Crysis should be fine,
1. What Crysis title are you talking about? Can you get to Crysis menu?
2. What is your hardware and OS bit (32/64)?
3. Are your video drivers up to date?
You miss the intent, a lot of this thread was about the BETA builds long before RTM let alone SP1, much of the issues no longer apply. Nobody said this was shut, just need to be revamped for post SP1 users as you should be current now its out on general release through windows updates, yes SP1 is just fixes...surely thats the very point I'm putting across. To many folk trolling old posts on this thread that were about BETA windows 7, which just adds to the confusion. Adding a new thread for people only about current windows build makes more sense.sp1 doesn't change a thing as it is a compilation of updates. since I've been using the sp1 for more than a month [the oem/ zip via this forum] i know that things haven't changed and the problems in FSX are still the same.
If this thread has been shut why did I get a notice of change in the subject yesterday?