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  1. Will there be US bazooka's for Russians from 1943 on ( and esp 1944 on). They definatly had them. eric
  2. CMMC II will take place in 1941 or 1944. It will be on a river. Planning is well underway. The work that goes into these things is mindboggling and if it is anywhere near as good as CMMC ( and it will be) don't miss it !! Eric
  3. This is pretty much the same game as High Command a DOS 6 game from about 10 years ago. I am just falbergasted that it was also probably better....
  4. Hy, You wrote an article mahy months ago on how the German's managed with Pz IV's against T 34's and KV's. This I remember was due to AT guns. I would love to find it again. What is your CM number. thanks eric
  5. I think I have waited a week so far for some help with TCP'ing in CM. I have not got a XP firewall up, i am not running blockers ( such as Zone Alarm). Addotionally I have attempted to connect with a local CM player with no success. I am pretty sure my brain is still functioning, unfortunatly the game is not. Don't worry.
  6. The latter. I have even tried making a new "Network Place".
  7. I have a P&A Technology 56 K modem. It has worked with everything but CM. I am sure the other end is also a 56K but will check. I am not sure what other hardware you mean, my comp and its components are less than 3 years old. eric
  8. http://www.edpsciences.com/htbin/ipaddress This is the link I use to find my IP address. I do not have the firewall feature enabled. eric
  9. Sir(s), I have been playing CM for some time and have recently changed to XP. I am presently playing a CMMC game which will require TCP in order to complete sometime this century. I cannot get a connection to work either from A- B or from B-A. In both cases I get cannot establish connection. I really need this to start working, and I would like some assistance in this. Thank you Eric Ferguson
  10. Sir(s), I have been playing CM for some time and have recently changed to XP. I am presently playing a CMMC game which will require TCP in order to complete sometime this century. I cannot get a connection to work either from A- B or from B-A. In both cases I get cannot establish connection. I really need this to start working, and I would like some assistance in this. Thank you Eric Ferguson
  11. Hy, It gets worse. I am using XP and it says " cannot open connection" .. :mad: Is there any problem with XP - > 98 macine. Whatver- there is definatly a problem. Also the book says you may have to reconfigure your connection ( to do with proxies) but mentions NOTHING on how to go about this. :confused: If anyone can help----- please do eric
  12. Both myself and opponent cannot get a tcp game established. I have managed to save it as a .cmb file ( it was a txt file) and picked the tcp option for playing. It said tcp connection could not be established. This is really annoying. eric
  13. The Russian never reached the level of command in tanks than the German. This is stated by none othe than Von Manstein. What they lacked in qaulity of command they made up for in numbers. eric
  14. Kharkov was the centre of a rail network in a similar way to Kursk. The German supply throughout most of the war was abysmal. I guess that ws the reason it was important. I believe it was 2nd SS involved in 1943. eric
  15. AS THIS IS THE LINK FROM THE SC WEBPAGE ...... This looks like a game called High Command which was a quite cool Win 3.1 game ( about a 15 MB instal ). It seems also to have tones of "Third Reich". Both these games soon ended up being pretty simplistic. It was pretty easy to determine who was going to win 20 turns before the end came so to speak. I hope that 10 years has improved the way these games are played. If it has just gone into transferring cardboard counters into computer ones I'm not holding my breath. The best game I saw but never eventuated in this scale was Road to Moscow. Ta ta eric
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