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Thank you so much for that program Limited, I am sure it is going to help me and a lot of other people out.
Quote: --- Original message by: goldkilla88
This is exactly why I have a 36-bit Windows Vista Home Premium. Most things work with it. :P
Well then you have a cap on how much memory you can add to your computer. Because with only a 32 bit OS it can only use about 3.5 GB of RAM.
Quote: --- Original message by: Maniac1000
If i had the knowledge that dwood had on this, i would help you, unfortunately i do not.
Crap helping Dwood -rep for you.
Well, at least you are willing to help. But Dwoop, anyway. Thank you for your time.
I didn't mean video, I just meant step by step in text. But yeah, I see where you're coming from. Also, my Halo CE crashed quite a few times when I launched it. Removed the file just to see if it was it and it stopped. Did this multiple times.
Edited by Scootyrooty on Apr 7, 2011 at 07:21 PM
Hmm... I put the .dll where you said. But it still isn't working. Maybe I'm doing it wrong? Should I still have -console in the target of the shortcut? (You should make a quick walk through)
Then.. What is our problem.. Because actually.. I get it to go past that. You just have to run Halo CE first, then launch the app. But after doing that when I try to turn on All Dev, it turns green and says it is on for a fraction of a second and then immidiatly goes back to being red and says it is off. Happens every time I do it. Alberto, do you think you can make a quick video of you launching the program and starting up halo and using it and everything having it work? That way I can see if I am doing anything wrong..
Yes! If you could make a new All Dev for Windows 7 64 Bit then I would love you forever. <3