UO- Single Player Freezing! -1 reply

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aswan1101

I don't spend enough time here

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22nd September 2006

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#1 14 years ago

Hey guys i just got United Offence today and when i play singleplayer it freezes every now and then! and normaly i would restart me comp and get further in the mission while quicksaving! but now it has come up to a spot where it always freezes even if i go back to an old save it will still freeze at that same spot in time!!!!! Please hel me! I meet the system requirments easily and it freezes! Cheers, ---DeMoN---




Gutershuss

I'm too cool to Post

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30th June 2004

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#2 14 years ago

i had this problem with the demo, first start the game in safe mode, delete the last mission saved and voila that should solve your problem




WarriorNeo

GF Pwns Me!

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3rd September 2004

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#3 14 years ago

oh my god,u've got it in hong kong,i've gotta wait for 1 week to buy it1




vinny

I want to be like the Admins

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#4 14 years ago

SET YOUR SOUND SETTING IN YOUR CONTROL PANEL OF YOUR PC TO BASIC. VERY IMPORTANT. The game crashes or freezes while I am playing a single player game. Answer Make sure your system meets the minimum system requirements of the game. Make sure you have the latest video and sound card drivers from the manufacturers' websites. Set your desktop to a resolution of 800x600, 16 bit True Color. ( YOU CAN USE 1024-768) But set to 16 bit. 1) Right-click on your desktop and select Properties. 2) Click the Settings tab. 3) Set your screen area to 800x600. 4) Set the colors to 32 Bit (True Color). Under Windows NT this will be listed as 65554 colors. 5) Click Apply and OK. All background applications must be shutdown prior to running the game. Turn the hardware acceleration for your sound card to Basic. 1) Click the Start button > Settings > Control Panel. 2) Double-click on the Multimedia icon. 3) Select the Audio tab. 4) Click on the Advanced Properties button in the Playback section. 5) Click on the Performance tab. 6) Reduce the Hardware acceleration to Basic, the 2nd notch from the left. 7) Click Apply and then OK 2 times. Run the game now. Don't forget to turn the acceleration back up to restore the high-end features for your sound card when using other applications. NOTE: For Windows XP 1) Click the Start button > Settings > Control Panel. 2) Double-click the Sounds and Audio Devices icon. 3) Click the Volume tab. 4) Under Speaker settings, click the Advanced button. 5) Click the Performance tab. 6) Reduce the Hardware acceleration to Basic, the 2nd notch from the left. 7) Click Apply and then OK 2 times. Run the game now. Don't forget to turn the acceleration back up to restore the high-end features for your sound card when using other applications. How well did this answer your question? 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% Back to Search Results