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  1. Ah, I forgot to mention that I tried both the Catalyst 7.6 and 7.7 drivers and got the crash with both. Performance seems to be perfect right up until the crash as well, with the exception of my system choking when selecting vehicles.
  2. I'm getting a hang / crash after a random amount of time when clicking a unit or issuing an order. It normally happens very quickly (I don't last through the setup phase of the first tutorial normally, and rarely through the first turn). The game freezes and gives an error message related to my ATI drivers. Athlon 64 3500+ 2GB RAM Vista 32bit Home Premium Radeon x1800xl 256mb This may or may not be related, but clicking on vehicles is very wonky. Selecting a vehicle or placing a movement cursor over a vehicle (say, to load infantry) results in a 5-10 second "hang" for the game befo
  3. Yeah, it should be in your CMAK directory ("C:\Program Files\Battlefront\Combat Mission Afrika Korps" is the default, I believe). The filename is "CMAK Game Manual.pdf", so it should be easy to find once you're in the directory.
  4. That's because a MG42 is perfectly capable of drilling through the weak rear / side armor of many of the Allied light vehicles, especially at such a close range. Same deal with the US .50 cal machine gun. It's generally a good idea to keep your lighter vehicles at least 200m back from enemy machine guns for safety (and even then, sometimes a MG42 will penetrate).
  5. Nice buy man, I'm sure you'll be happy with it.
  6. I would recommend that you either pick up a Geforce 4 series card (4200/4400/4600) or a Radeon 9600 Pro. Either of those should run you between $100-150 depending on where you get them from. I can't give you many specifics as to what manufacturer to get a Geforce 4 from (haven't had an nVidia card since the Geforce 2), but I can give you some general tips. For a Geforce 4: *Do NOT purchase a Geforce 4 MX. The MX series are just relabeled Geforce 2's, they're a waste of your money. *The Geforce 4 4200 64mb card can be had for around $100, and is a very sound card if you're just
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