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lauranne44 July 30th, 2019 02:12 AM

Thank you for taking a look
 
Just a few weeks ago I started using a brand new computer. I am new to Windows 10.

I have the specs necessary to play the game Battletech. I have looked at many forums, and many other players with much better computers report the same problems.

The game LAGS incredibly, freezes, crashes, loses sound.
As is typical these days, the Devolopers took the money and RAN: no support.

Aside from this, what worries me is that the brand new computer did not just freeze up on the game again. I could not close out of the game at all. Suddenly the screen went Black and the speakers began making a HORRIBLE loud Buzzing sound.

unfortunately, that sound is Very Familiar.

My old computer was crashing every single day, and many times would make this exact sound.

I was completely unable to recover my brand new computer, and had to manually turn it off to stop the horrific sound.

On rebooting, NO ERROR screen appeared as it always would on the old Win7 computer.

The machine is, Barely, still within the warranty period. Should I get rid of it? It is a Biostar model A96D=V3.
The specs on the site that took my money state that this computer WILL RUN THIS GAME.

But, it appears very much as if the Devs are either Thieves or Incompetent.

renegade600 July 30th, 2019 09:37 PM

if it is still under warranty, it would be best to get with them. do you use a surge protector on the computer? are you able to get into safemode?

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...c-in-safe-mode

Murf July 31st, 2019 11:01 PM

Obviously it is not the computer it is THE GAME. Why would the manufacture honor a warranty if it only crashes while trying to play one game.

renegade600 July 31st, 2019 11:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Murf (Post 1305675)
Obviously it is not the computer it is THE GAME. Why would the manufacture honor a warranty if it only crashes while trying to play one game.

How is it obvious? there is always that chance it is a computer issue. it needs to be checked out since the warranty is about to expire.

IPR512 August 1st, 2019 12:00 AM

If you have looked online at other forums, and people on those forums have been having problems running that game then it sounds to me like there are problems with the game.
Just, because the computer behaved the same as your old computer it doesn’t mean that it wasn’t the game that caused the problem.
Would you mind posting the links to those other forums where other people were having problems with that same game?

IPR512 August 1st, 2019 12:19 AM

I think in the future when asking for help on computer forums you should give the specs for your computer. Stating the make and model of your motherboard doesn't tell us how much RAM you have installed, the make and model of your video card, and whether or not you are using an SSD hard drive.


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