Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY Seeing as my mobo is 64-bit compatible, should I upgrade sooner than later for the reason that gaming will run NOTICEABLY smoother.

RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 [Original and all Add-Ons] (Vista 32-bit) - Add the “Full control†right to “Everyone†for the folder of RCT2 and its subfolders. I think your mum will be fine with the games playing on her new computer, if not and she is having problems then please post back here or on with Please try again now or at a later time. radnorNov 19, 2008, 10:35 PM Cliffro, it is your WIFI NIC giving you problemas for sure.

I'm interested in the game because NWN 2 still has different bugs and inconvenient solutions for multiplayer game, while NWN 1 has been polished really well during the last six years, Hi Bob...thanks for the imput. jassaoJul 29, 2009, 8:32 PM goose57 said: I just purchased an ASUS Essentio Desktop and am having an incredibly hard time:Specs: Intel Core™2 Quad processor Q83008GB DDR2 memory2.5GHz Processing Speed750GB hard

I'm tearing my hair out over here.

And I had to force Star Trek Armada 1 to use both cores or else I had horrendous mouse lag.And in my experience with games that have both 64bit and 32bit The days of driver incompatibility are over and now we're just waiting for the 64bit softwares and games to come out. This would be disastrous as it's the game I play the most - can anyone confirm or deny that BF2 works/doesn't on 64 bit OS?Thanks! The Third Reich > Freelancer > Flatout 2 (European with Starforce update) > Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter > Gothic 3 (Windows Vista wont allow 2 files to install in system folder(64

I haven't tried those games in my pc, but I would try to run the games in "xp compatibility mode", does this happens with ALL games? I'm tearing my hair out over here. Electronic Arts (EA) has already made a patch for those two that will have 85% more chance of running on Vista! this content This instructable is a SIMPLE way to get most of the older games to work on vista.

It would really only be an issue with hardware and/or drivers that aren't that well known anyway.