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Can I run SWTOR


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First: WELCOME to LucasForums/StarWarsMMO.NET!


Secondly: your machine's specs look fine to me but I don't know for sure because I'm not playing it yet. :( Why not just have a look-see and compare for yourself? :D



I know it's confusing at first but it isn't so bad once you get into it. I want to build my own machine and play this game, but for the foreseeable future I'm afraid that won't be happening.


Still, we'd be happy to try to help with technical issues that may arise.


Also if you get it working, this might be of interest to you as well:



Best of luck!

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Or you could just do this...


1. Go to this site: http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri/ using either Internet Explorer or Google Chrome (since it requires ActiveX support) and make sure the browser you're using isn't blocking the plugin.


2. On the drop down, find "Star Wars: The Old Republic" (it's the last Star Wars title on the list)


3. Click "Can you run it?" and wait for the results.

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Thank the maker, just tested my office computer and it flunked the video card part of the test. Had it passed I'm pretty sure I would be jobless soon.


What do you mean? You would be jobless by playing SWTOR all the time on the office computer? or........

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Hi guys...wanted to know your opinion on this.


Will my laptop run this game?




Name: Toshiba Satellite X205-S9800 17 Inch Laptop

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo T5550/1.83 GHz (Dual-Core)

- 667MHz

- CPU L2 Cache 2MB

- Chipset: Intel PM965

RAM: 2GB Memory DDR2 667

- Memory type: 2 x DIMM

- Max supported: 4GB

VIDEO: NVIDIA GeForce 8700M GT (512MB memory)

Operating System: Vista Home Premium


I'm guessing it won't work, but wanted to check. Thank you!



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