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#1 NewGuy_

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Posted 04 July 2012 - 17:29

If you have Windows Vista 32 bit, is it better to play ROF in Vista Windows XP Service pack 2 compatibility mode or in the regular Windows Vista mode? :S!: MJ
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#2 JG4_Karaya

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Posted 04 July 2012 - 19:20

Why would you want to play it in compatibility mode!?
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#3 navair2

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Posted 04 July 2012 - 21:41

NG, based on what I know of Rise of Flight and of compatibility issues, I would say that it makes sense to run ROF in XP SP2 or SP3 compatibility mode. However, ROF is advertised to run in any of the OS's from XP up through Win7.

If you have stability issues or crashes under standard Vista, try running it in other modes.
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#4 NewGuy_

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Posted 04 July 2012 - 21:50

NG, based on what I know of Rise of Flight and of compatibility issues, I would say that it makes sense to run ROF in XP SP2 or SP3 compatibility mode. However, ROF is advertised to run in any of the OS's from XP up through Win7.

If you have stability issues or crashes under standard Vista, try running it in other modes.

Ok, thanks a lot. I want to add, that ROF is very playable in the standard mode of Vista 32 bit. I just want to see if it runs better still, in XP compatibility mode. I will try it out. Thanks Navair! :S!: MJ
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