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#1 11 years ago

Okay so, I don't have any other problems with this game. Of course it didn't start before because I was on Vista and I get the vista patch so the game can run on vista from Kotor.filefront. I don't know if this is because of Vista or whatever, but sometimes when I fight enemies, after the battle my character is always stuck and cannot move I always have to save the game then reload. Having to do this after every single battle just gets way too annoying and makes you feel like there is no point in playing this awesome game.

Any help would be appreciated...


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#2 11 years ago

Well, there are different kind of issues that might cause this. The first thing would be your graphic drivers; you should update to the latest build, shouldn't you have done so yet. Another thing could be your processor. It seems that dual and quad-core processors suffer this issue some times. Not to all, however. If you're using a dual/quad-core processor, be sure to get the Windows Vista Hotfix (service pack 2) and enable V-Sync. If you don't have service pack 2 of Vista, get it here. Download details: Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2 and Windows Vista Service Pack 2 - Five Language Standalone (KB948465)

Those should sovle your issues. If not, you should try to browse Obsidian Forums and Yodas' Help Desk. Obsidian Forum Community -> KotOR2 LucasArts.com | Yoda's Help Desk

I hope that helps.

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#3 11 years ago

I know my graphics cards are updated, since their four 295 GTX. Yes, I do have a Quad Processor and my computer is Windows Vista 64, so I don't know if that link to the update supports x86. Also, where do I enable this V-Sync?

Update: Found V-Sync and still don't know if this Service Pack 2 is for vista 64. Graphics are also up-to-date I updated them five days ago.

Second Update: Nevermind, I found Service Pack 2 for Vista 64, updating then I'll enable V-Sync and test it.