Prince of Persia - Sands of Time (1 Viewer)

NEDVED

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Nov 16, 2003
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it didnt work for me, i have a toshiba P4 laptop with Nvidia Geforce 4 440 MX, whenever i try to start the game, the into video runs then my computer restarts automatically, any ideas what to do?
 

cynical

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Mar 7, 2003
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++ [ originally posted by NEDVED ] ++
it didnt work for me, i have a toshiba P4 laptop with Nvidia Geforce 4 440 MX, whenever i try to start the game, the into video runs then my computer restarts automatically, any ideas what to do?
It say in system requirement right there in the read me file that it works fine with all card with the exception of nVidia MX.
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#7
I found it a bit annoying how you have to stab everyone after you knock em down.

Anyone remember the copy protection in the original PoP? You had to drink the right potion, and if you didn't have the manual that comes with the game, you couldn't get past that point in the game :LOL:
Ingenious
 
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Trezeguet_FC

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Mar 26, 2003
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#8
Yah, that was really awsome. But then again, there was a cheat to skip the levels ;)

One annoying thing about the new game though is the camera, it always messes up when your close to walls...
 

SarajMan

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Mar 10, 2004
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#9
I have bought this game but it cant on my PC. I have AMD Atlon 2400+ 256. MB ram 64 MB Ge force 4 mmx


My friend told me that it can only on 64 bit AMD proccesors :(
 
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Trezeguet_FC

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Mar 26, 2003
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++ [ originally posted by SarajMan ] ++
I have bought this game but it cant on my PC. I have AMD Atlon 2400+ 256. MB ram 64 MB Ge force 4 mmx


My friend told me that it can only on 64 bit AMD proccesors :(
64bit AMD processor? I have a Socket A 2500XP (32bit) with an ATI 9600SE 128mb gc, and it works perfectly fine. He might have meant a 64bit graphic card. Also the 64bit processors are new and games dont require 64bit processors just quite yet.
 

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