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130th Erich

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#1 11 years ago

WTH IS THIS!!!??? its so freaking annoying. For PR DC and Vanilla BF2 its fine but for EOD it takes about 7 minutes to freaking verify. Can you take this out? What is there to verify!!!!!!




Jetro

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#2 11 years ago

I believe to check to see if you've changed any files that you shouldn't have, hack and whatnot.(I may be wrong though)

Assuming that's the case then nah, that'd be a bad idea. You may have 7 minutes of frustration with EOD but that pales in comparison to hours of misery a few cheaters can bring.




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#3 11 years ago

Yeah i believe thats the point of it, anti-cheat protection. But i agree EOD's seems longer than the rest. But its not that big a deal, i just go grab a coffee while its doing its thing.




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#4 11 years ago

It's your HDD, faster HDD = less cerifying time. Also you can check that your HDD isn't in PIO mode, cos it loads like 7 mins if it is in the sad pio mode.




130th Erich

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#5 11 years ago

Leopardi thanks but i have no idea what you just said? Can anyone clarify?




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#6 11 years ago

Clarification: The files EOD wants to check the EOD files on your hard drive. The slower your hard drive is ([COLOR=Black]Revolutions Per Minute[/COLOR]) the longer it will take to check. AFAIK 10.000 RPM is the fastest you can get on a hard drive. Mine HD is 7200 RPM.

Your hard drive can be in PIO mode or DMA mode. Default I think is DMA mode. Go to your system properties and look up your harde drive setting, make sure you DMA mode is on. At least you have to time to make some coffee.

Also ... I like your sig :cool:, too bad that nowadays nobody respects The Tractor tm anymore.




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#7 11 years ago
NTH_NL;3623904AFAIK 10.000 RPM is the fastest you can get on a hard drive.

SCSI has 15000RPM drives.:D