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    Ontario, Canada
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  • Favorite LucasArts Game
    Star Wars Battlefront
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    1680x1050
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    168

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  1. Okay, if your computer is a dual core, this might help. If not, I can't do anything. Put in the CD, and let the BFII launch menu come up. Don't start the game. Press CTRL-ALT-DEL, and that will bring up Task Manager. Click on the tab, "Processes". Look through the list and find "LaunchBFII.exe". Right-click that, scroll down the clicky menu, and click on "Set Affinity". In this dialog box, uncheck "CPU 2". Now exit these windows, and go back to your launch menu. Start the game.
  2. Ok, so I fixed this problem I had with crashing. To do that, I had to go to the sound menu in BFII, and "disable mixer config". So, now I have no sound. But I want it, cause I just bought a sound system.
  3. I did the dual core thing, but now I have to disable mixer config if I want the game to work. So now I have no sound and it's really lame. Can anyone help?
  4. How do I set my automatic command prompt to be C:\Documents and Settings\My name\Desktop>?
  5. I have the exact same problem with my copy of BF2, except I'm running it on XP. My specs: Processor - AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4800+ RAM - 2046MB Graphics/video card - Nvidia GeForce 8600 GTS XP Home
  6. They should make a built-in mod tool, though. I have the mod tools for BF1 and 2, but I never went anywhere with them; they were too confusing.
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