Hot answers tagged pc
I don't know what you've been doing, but there are patcheS (Yes, more than one) out for Watch-dogs more than a month ago. Little Background for you: Ubisoft did port the game from console but the next-gen consoles. The problem was that the next-gen consoles use unified memory. PC, on the other hand, uses memory individually that is; theres your RAM and ...
This is (I believe) an intended behaviour. When you die you have full health and shields as well as (if I remember correctly) full ammo. If the boss didn't restore to full health on PC death, players who have an abundace of cash could just die on purpose in order to replenish ammo, making the boss fight meaningless. As far as I know there is no method ...
Unfortunately when you run in actual full-screen mode, you get exclusive access to the GPU, however is borderless mode you can share it with other processes. As far as my knowledge stretches, there is no way to solve this. It might be best to cut down on using all the programs possible at once, and maybe also to only use two screens. These factors are out ...
The game is running although not showing all objects as expected, so I would have thought it would be a DirectX issue. The game requires DirectX v10 (or above) so I would try ensuring that you are up to date on that front. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/179113
There is no ability to view the rosters of other teams in the Career mode. Well, aside from the time when your coach comes to you and asks whom you would like him to try and sign.
Turns out the servers that Square Enix uses are just crap and go down all the time for days on end. I ended up using Black Chocobo to modify my save instead of using their cloud storage system.
As Ben pointed out, you are trying to patch v1.00 but you already have updated to v1.01. Try updating to future versions. I think the latest version for AC2 is v1.06. uPlay should automatically try and update your game, or you can manually get the update from ubisoft or google for it.
I'd try running traceroute (on Windows it is tracert) to the destination server. Then you will be able to pin down the exact point where the latency increases. The latency to your router should be as low as a couple of milliseconds. If it is higher, then you have problems with your LAN. If you are on Wi-Fi, try improving the signal, or try using an ethernet ...
Never add/remove mods from a game in progress. Modding in skyrim is a bit buggy, and removing/adding mods during gameplay fucks up a lot of the scripts that run in the background. So if you add mod, start over from the beginning. If you remove one, do the same. Yes, this is very annoying. But sadly that is the only way to keep your games from not being ...
You can use a tool to edit your save (you create a game, save and quit) to modify everything, even you actual progress, and select the mission you want. You can try with Gibbed Mass Effect 3 Save Editor, which is the most popular an easy-to-use editor. Here how to use it: http://benchmark3d.com/mass-effect-3-save-game-editor Here you have the mission code ...
The issue is definitely related to a video rendering issue. I would try these two fixes in this order: 1: Make sure you are using the correct video card. Find the Application file and right click on and select High-performance NVIDIA processor Like the below screenshot 2: Ensure that you are using the updated Video Card drivers.
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible