1. Are you sure you have the latest drivers? If no, try Driver EasyYou can also try XP mode for 7 - http://www.microsoft.com/windows/vi...

    Are you sure you have the latest drivers? If no, try Driver Easy

    You can also try XP mode for 7 – http://www.microsoft.com/windows/vi…

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  2. Have you tried running the game in 'Compatibility Mode'.Right-Click on the game shortcut iconClick 'Properties'Click the Compatibility tabPlace in check-mark against 'Run this program in compatibility mode forSelect 'Windows XP (Service Pack 3)' from the drop-down listClick 'Ok'Now run the game agaiRead more

    Have you tried running the game in ‘Compatibility Mode’.

    Right-Click on the game shortcut icon
    Click ‘Properties’
    Click the Compatibility tab
    Place in check-mark against ‘Run this program in compatibility mode for
    Select ‘Windows XP (Service Pack 3)’ from the drop-down list
    Click ‘Ok’
    Now run the game again to see if the problem has been eliminated.

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  3. open your run box "windows key + r key"Type:sfc /scannow

    open your run box “windows key + r key”

    Type:

    sfc /scannow

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  4. Try this:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833It worked for someone else.Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanksmessage edited by Derek

    Try this:
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833

    It worked for someone else.

    Always pop back and let us know the outcome – thanks

    message edited by Derek

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  5. Try installing the latest DirectX from Microsoft:http://www.microsoft.com/download/e...

    Try installing the latest DirectX from Microsoft:
    http://www.microsoft.com/download/e… See less

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  6. ntbackup should be on the machine already. If windows sees the drive, you should be able to use it.How do you know when a politician is lying? His mouth is moving.

    ntbackup should be on the machine already. If windows sees the drive, you should be able to use it.

    How do you know when a politician is lying? His mouth is moving.

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  7. Range extenders can be a pain to get working and most of them are just not worth buying as even when they do work they are notoriously unreliable.I solved my distance problem by changing my wireless router-- I spent nearly £200 on a top brand Billion wall-mounted router/modem and now I don't need aRead more

    Range extenders can be a pain to get working and most of them are just not worth buying as even when they do work they are notoriously unreliable.

    I solved my distance problem by changing my wireless router— I spent nearly £200 on a top brand Billion wall-mounted router/modem and now I don’t need a range extender.

    I suggest you do the same.

    A high-quality laptop (mine’s a top-of the-range Toshiba) also helps with the WiFi range. My Toshiba gets a full signal (5 bars) 40 feet away from my router, whereas my wife’s cheap Packard Bell only manages 2 bars at the same distance and won’t connect.

    So I gave my wife my Toshiba laptop, now she’s happy.

    I have a desktop PC with wired connection so I don’t miss my laptop anyway.

    So there you have it – – dump the range extender, buy a more expensive WiFi router (Billion recommended), and then a more expensive laptop if necessary.

    Sometimes you have to spend serious money on quality gear to get effective and lasting results.

    Good Luck.

    message edited by phil22

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  8. Range extenders can be a pain to get working and most of them are just not worth buying as even when they do work they are notoriously unreliable.I solved my distance problem by changing my wireless router-- I spent nearly £200 on a top brand Billion wall-mounted router/modem and now I don't need aRead more

    Range extenders can be a pain to get working and most of them are just not worth buying as even when they do work they are notoriously unreliable.

    I solved my distance problem by changing my wireless router— I spent nearly £200 on a top brand Billion wall-mounted router/modem and now I don’t need a range extender.

    I suggest you do the same.

    A high-quality laptop (mine’s a top-of the-range Toshiba) also helps with the WiFi range. My Toshiba gets a full signal (5 bars) 40 feet away from my router, whereas my wife’s cheap Packard Bell only manages 2 bars at the same distance and won’t connect.

    So I gave my wife my Toshiba laptop, now she’s happy.

    I have a desktop PC with wired connection so I don’t miss my laptop anyway.

    So there you have it – – dump the range extender, buy a more expensive WiFi router (Billion recommended), and then a more expensive laptop if necessary.

    Sometimes you have to spend serious money on quality gear to get effective and lasting results.

    Good Luck.

    message edited by phil22

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  9. Range extenders can be a pain to get working and most of them are just not worth buying as even when they do work they are notoriously unreliable.I solved my distance problem by changing my wireless router-- I spent nearly £200 on a top brand Billion wall-mounted router/modem and now I don't need aRead more

    Range extenders can be a pain to get working and most of them are just not worth buying as even when they do work they are notoriously unreliable.

    I solved my distance problem by changing my wireless router— I spent nearly £200 on a top brand Billion wall-mounted router/modem and now I don’t need a range extender.

    I suggest you do the same.

    A high-quality laptop (mine’s a top-of the-range Toshiba) also helps with the WiFi range. My Toshiba gets a full signal (5 bars) 40 feet away from my router, whereas my wife’s cheap Packard Bell only manages 2 bars at the same distance and won’t connect.

    So I gave my wife my Toshiba laptop, now she’s happy.

    I have a desktop PC with wired connection so I don’t miss my laptop anyway.

    So there you have it – – dump the range extender, buy a more expensive WiFi router (Billion recommended), and then a more expensive laptop if necessary.

    Sometimes you have to spend serious money on quality gear to get effective and lasting results.

    Good Luck.

    message edited by phil22

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  10. Range extenders can be a pain to get working and most of them are just not worth buying as even when they do work they are notoriously unreliable.I solved my distance problem by changing my wireless router-- I spent nearly £200 on a top brand Billion wall-mounted router/modem and now I don't need aRead more

    Range extenders can be a pain to get working and most of them are just not worth buying as even when they do work they are notoriously unreliable.

    I solved my distance problem by changing my wireless router— I spent nearly £200 on a top brand Billion wall-mounted router/modem and now I don’t need a range extender.

    I suggest you do the same.

    A high-quality laptop (mine’s a top-of the-range Toshiba) also helps with the WiFi range. My Toshiba gets a full signal (5 bars) 40 feet away from my router, whereas my wife’s cheap Packard Bell only manages 2 bars at the same distance and won’t connect.

    So I gave my wife my Toshiba laptop, now she’s happy.

    I have a desktop PC with wired connection so I don’t miss my laptop anyway.

    So there you have it – – dump the range extender, buy a more expensive WiFi router (Billion recommended), and then a more expensive laptop if necessary.

    Sometimes you have to spend serious money on quality gear to get effective and lasting results.

    Good Luck.

    message edited by phil22

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