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  1. Tw33tle_Dee Keep in mind that the next major update for W10 will be sometime in April.
  2. Tw33tle_Dee

    Microsoft has released an update that will display an additional splash screen informing users that support will end on January 14 2020. You can hide the update (KB4493132) or turn off recommended updates.
  3. Tw33tle_Dee

    What was the problem with the Game?
  4. Tw33tle_Dee

    Look and see if there are any corrupt "mpdata" files in your old profiles, if so delete them (such as mpdata$$) leaving only the one named mpdata
  5. Tw33tle_Dee

    U.S. Army 1980-1986. Basic training and MOS training both at Fort Knox Kentucky. MOS was 63T, systems mechanic. Stationed at Shweinfurt Germany and Fort Hood Texas.
  6. Tw33tle_Dee

    If you decide to try your onboard audio (Realtek 1220p), make sure you install the Nahimic 3 software. This is what gives you 7.1 surround sound effect and directional audio for games. Together with the audio boost 4 this should prove to be just as good as the SBZ
  7. Tw33tle_Dee

    In the Sound Blaster Z control panel under Mixer Settings click the input device button and pick rear mic, make sure it's not on rear line in.
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  9. Tw33tle_Dee

    For those of you who don't like to install all the junk in the Nvidia drivers, this tool will let you install only what you want; Tested this on W7 & W10(1809) without problems 1. Download driver to same directory as NVSlimmer 2. Run the tool and load the driver 3. Pick what you want installed (I used only what was recommended in testing) 4. Hit apply and say no to install 5. Hit repackage and choose your location 6. Install whenever you want
  10. Tw33tle_Dee

    Sad to here, he sure made the game more enjoyable.
  11. Tw33tle_Dee

    You could try clearing out your drivers and start fresh using this program;
  12. Tw33tle_Dee

    More than likely you had a hardware failure.
  13. Tw33tle_Dee

    First thing I would do is run CHKDSK ; have a look here for more help -
  14. Tw33tle_Dee

    Check to see if there are any errors in the event viewer.
  15. Tw33tle_Dee

    Now that's funny right there.