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Some publishers removed the "Games for Windows Live" from their games other didn't. You can verify this on the publisher- or the game-website. So if you want to play a game with GFWL you need to install the client software. Some DLCs for those games are only available through the GFWL-Marketplace. You can download the newest client here: ...


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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 ...


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Hello Fellow South African!! :) So basically the isp we have is really bad, I don't know your location so I can't help there. Basically when you said that pinging google responded with a ms of 225. Google servers redirect to the nearest server(We have a google hq in jozi by the way) So that leaves it at this. Your net. Check your isp, restart your router ...


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Ok, it does seem that going through the installscript.vdf and looking for everything under Run Process and putting that in the registry seems to get rid of the prompt. For example, for Assassin's Creed III I have this: "Run Process" { "DXSetup" { "process 1" "%INSTALLDIR%\\Support\\DirectX\\DXSETUP.exe" "command 1" "/silent" ...


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If all environment settings (comp mode, colour depth) are correct, all game files and all registry keys have been copied over correctly (I take it you made sure of that), then it's most likely an architecture problem. In some cases, 32bit games just plain refuse to work on 64bit machines, then you'd probably be out of luck. You could however still try ...



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