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#1 Pave Low

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Posted 05 August 2007 - 08:08 PM

OK seems we need to stress this again


*Firstly try searching the tech support forum by keyword(s) for your problem, chances are somebody else has already posted about it and there may already be a solution, but if not...


When posting for Tech support help, please include the following information:
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Your system details:


Manufacturer, Make and model of the PC or Laptop

What Operating system version and service pack #

Manufacturer, Make and model of Processor (and clock speed)

the amount of System Memory fitted

Manufacturer, Make and model of Video Card, amount of video RAM and what driver version+Date

Manufacturer, Make and model of Sound Card and what driver version

What Version of DirectX (including the letter) and also run Dxdiag and post details of any errors.
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Game details:


What version of Game (latest patch number)

Whether it was retail version on a CD/DVD or an Online Download version (and from where)

Post the Game crashlog.txt
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Crash details:


Describe prior to the crash, during the crash and after the crash (don't forget What mission and where on the map, what had you just done/clicked/selected and otherwise happened in game)

Exact error message

Details of Mods you are using (or recently "tried") and other changes you have made to the game

Details of other applications running, Xfire,TeamSpeak, CD burning, Etc

Has it worked ok before and has anything changed recently ?
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For Internet connection problems:


Who is the Internet Service Provider and what details of Internet connection (Speed/Type Etc)

What is make and model of Modem

What is make and model of Router and what firmware version

What is make and model of Network card and what driver version

Details and what make and model of Firewall you use

Details of other online Games you play (particularly any where you're the host and any that have had problems)
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Remember if you don't tell us the details, the first reply to your post is likely to be somebody asking for details and referencing this post.

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#2 Pave Low

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Posted 05 August 2007 - 08:50 PM

and here are the System Requirements for GR:AW 2 PC:

Minimum:Processor: Intel or AMD, 2 GHz
Operating System: Windows XP/Vista
Memory: 1024 MB RAM
Disk Space: 5 GB
Graphics Card: 128 MB DX9.0c compatible card,
GeForce 6200 or higher
Radeon 9700 or higher
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
DVD-ROM drive : x2 read speed
DirectX Version: 9.0c
Network: High-speed modem with 128 Kbits of data transfer upload rate for a client, 512Kbits of data transfer upload rate for a server on a full game.
Recommended Configuration:Processor: Intel or AMD 2.8 GHz
Operating System: Windows XP/Vista
Memory: 1024 MB RAM
Disk Space: 5 GB
Graphics Card: 256 MB DX9.0c compatible card,
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive : x2 read speed
DirectX Version: 9.0c
Network: High-Speed Modem with 128 Kbits of data transfer upload rate for a client, 512Kbits of data transfer upload rate for a server on a full game.
Graphics Cards Supported:Radeon 9700
Radeon 9800
Radeon X700
Radeon X800
Radeon X850
Radeon X1300
Radeon X1600
Radeon X1800
Radeon X1900
Radeon X1950

GeForce 6200
GeForce 6600
GeForce 6800
GeForce 7800
GeForce 7900
GeForce 7650
GeForce 8800
Laptop models of these cards are not supported.These chipsets are the only ones that will run this game. Additional chipsets may be supported after release. For an up-to-date list of
supported chipsets, please visit the FAQ for this game on our website:http://support.ubi.com



and here are the ports used:

2.3. Playing on Gamespy

To play on game, open the Multiplayer page in the game main menu, and click the Internet tab. Click the Gamespy nickname field down below, and click the Create Account button. Type in the information for the account (nickname and password must have a minimal length of 3 characters) and click the OK button (you can click the Auto login button to automatically join Gamespy any time you enter the Internet page. European Union users will have to validate the 2 buttons in the next panel to proceed with their account creation.

The login is only accepted if you are the only owner of package CD-Key logged at this time.
Once you are logged in, you can update the list of servers available on the Internet and pick one of your choosing.

You may experience difficulty connecting to Gamespy if a firewall or anti-virus blocks the following ports:

Local Ports UDP 13139
UDP 16250

Remote PortsUDP 16250
TCP 80
TCP 443
TCP 6667
UDP 13139
UDP 27900
UDP 27901
TCP 28910
TCP 29900
TCP 29901
UDP 29910
TCP 29920


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#3 Pave Low

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Posted 14 August 2007 - 07:17 PM

Can your computer run Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2?

If you are baffled by the "System requirement" above or are not sure if your PC/Laptop can run GR:AW 2 then run this test and post the results
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What it does

System Requirements Lab looks at your computer's hardware and system software to determine whether or not your current system can run a product. Each of your computer's components is evaluated to see how well it meets the minimum and recommended requirements for specific products. Recommendations are made on how to update or upgrade each component which does not meet the listed requirements. Sometimes it is a simple free software download and sometimes it is a link to a product such as the right video card.


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