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ATTENTION - Can You Run The Game? READ THIS

Dante

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Please do not make a thread without searching first! I must have seen about 10 of these already. The answer to all of them is go here:

http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/referrer/srtest

And select "Uneral Tournament 2004" (Edit: Or "Red Orchestra) from the drop down menu.
It isn't exactly the same, but if you can run that you should definitly be able to run this.
 
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Dr Phenomenous

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May 11, 2009
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So then I guess we can take any problems here then? I appreciate you pointing me to that tool, so thanks :).

I tried out the UT2k4 demo and can run it pretty much flawlessly, but when I use the systemrequirement website it tells me I just miss the minimum requirements for Red Orchestra, but only through one category...which is video card.

The thing is under the sub-categories for videocard (such as Video RAM and 3D acceleration) I exceed all the minimum requirements.

So is it giving me a false negative simply because I don't use a Nvidia or GeForce card? I'm using a stock notebook Intel graphics chip.

I know this may seem annoying to those with more computer experience, but the last PC game I played was Deus Ex, so really any help would be appreciated before I dive into KF. Can't buy a game I can't run :(.
 

Mkilbride2599

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http://www.yougamers.com/


It's more accurate than Can You Run it?.

I stopped using CYRI when it told me I didn't meet the recommended for a 2001 game and quite clearly I surpassed them nearly 10x. :p

Plus, YouGamers has a "Yougamers recommended Min & Recommended requirements", which are what they suggest to use for the TRUE best performance, while not really blowing a thousand dollars. :p
 
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oranboron

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May 13, 2009
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The can i run it site said i failed to meet RO's requirements on min and recommended. but the only parts i failed in were the videocard sections

Video HW Transform & Lighting: Required - Yes , You have - No
Vertex Shader Ver.: Required - 2.0 , You have - 0.0
Does anyone know if a compaq laptop with 1 gig of ram with vista, 1.6ghz dual cpu and an integrated videocard wtih i think over 256 megs of memory can run killing floor?

I really want to preorder this but not sure if I should take the risk.
 

Dante

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May 3, 2009
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You should be able to run it. First game you have, start it on Low graphics. If it runs smoothly, up it to Medium.