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 Post subject: Re: windows 10
PostPosted: 30 Sep 2015 23:29 
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Ok, this week I finally got my SD and CF cardreaders working, I found the win10 drivers.
Got all my games working fine; no more bsod's.

And yes, when it starts up its faster as win7 but still, 1 0n 4 my loadscreen keeps stuck on a blue screen with windows logo. Only thing I can do (after waiting 15 min) is a reboot. Problems with the installing of updates?



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 Post subject: Re: windows 10
PostPosted: 11 Nov 2015 09:28 
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skiron wrote:
Got all my games working fine; no more bsod's.



Found an issue. My Far Cry 3 doesnt work under windows 10.

This is my issue:
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Hi, please read previous posts on the past several pages. In short, a number of us are crashing after upgrading to Windwos 10 due to some sort of error with the Realtek drivers and the XAudio2.dll file. There is no known fix as this is a new issue related to a new operating system and version of DirectX. Chances are you have a motherboard with on-board Realtek audio and Windows 10 home. People with this combination are most susceptibile to the issue.

It's possible that your crashes are being caused by something else. To be sure, run the game until it crashes then do the following:

Start > Run > Event Viewer: Windows Logs: Application
Look for the exception code and faulting module.

If the exception code is "Exception Code: c0000005" and the faulting module is any version of the d3d.dll or XAudio2.dll, you know you're effected by this and there's little you can do besides rollback your OS to Windows 8 or wait for Microsoft or Realtek to update their software.

source:
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http://steamcommunity.com/app/220240/discussions/0/846939854353251727/#p55


So I have to be patient.



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 Post subject: Re: windows 10
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2015 14:58 
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I assume you've tried running it in Windows 8 compatibility mode? I've had to do that with Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare for my son.



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 Post subject: Re: windows 10
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2015 19:35 
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Poundsey wrote:
I assume you've tried running it in Windows 8 compatibility mode? I've had to do that with Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare for my son.


I ve tried win 8, win 7 (that i had before) and finally win xp. Nothing worked.
Then disabled GPU tweak and Realtec but still no go.

In the log files I found that "c:00000005 exception code", seems hard to solve.

Now I play it on my wifes laptop with 12-15 FPS :D



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 Post subject: Re: windows 10
PostPosted: 24 Nov 2015 16:12 
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...am back on windows7, I did a clean reinstall.

Last days I got plenty of error messages and the PC decides by itselves to go into sleep mode. At waking up I got a black screen, with only 2-3 icons on the screen.
Only way to reactivate is by removing the power cable. (Cold reboot didnt work.)



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 Post subject: Re: windows 10
PostPosted: 27 Nov 2015 13:06 
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Dang :(



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 Post subject: Re: windows 10
PostPosted: 26 Jan 2016 16:20 
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This can maybe be usefull...

It is the link to windows 10 with the possibility to download it on an usb device.
Upgrade when you want, the free upgrade will be over in some months.
If you already have windows running you dont have to buy a new key.

I am personnaly not a big fan of this windows but soon or late I think we all have to make the switch when our actual os (win7, win8) wont be supported.

Quote:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/software-download/windows10



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 Post subject: Re: windows 10
PostPosted: 26 Jan 2016 23:54 
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Thanks for the link Hans, although I'm already rocking the New Windows 10 ;)

All's good with it here :D

Only issue i have is that i dont like how i browse my folders/files, I ain't sure what's changed, but i just preferred the old style for opening up my File Explorer thingy....... It's probably my fault, maybe some setting i have turned on/off :P



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 Post subject: Re: windows 10
PostPosted: 27 Jan 2016 19:00 
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STEALTH NINJA wrote:

Only issue i have is that i dont like how i browse my folders/files, I ain't sure what's changed, but i just preferred the old style for opening up my File Explorer thingy....... It's probably my fault, maybe some setting i have turned on/off :P


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