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supersaiyanvegeta4000 13th May 2013 02:33 AM

what about indiana jones and the infernal machine is there anyway to get it to play right?

AQPHOT 13th May 2013 11:59 PM

No corre en AMD
 
Por que no corre en AMD?, trato de instalarlo y no se puede instalar

squall_leonhart 14th May 2013 10:30 AM

english or gtfo

supersaiyanvegeta4000 17th May 2013 11:35 AM

i am trying to play castlevania legacy of darkness but it seems the audio runs a few seconds fast my graphics card is a radeon 7770.i tried all the audio sync options and it still runs a little fast.

Tasoulis 23rd May 2013 02:26 AM

What is the best RDB to download for this version please?

MELERIX 27th May 2013 12:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by squall_leonhart (Post 46561)
english or gtfo

thats is not the right way to answer to an user that is just requesting help.

Quote:

Originally Posted by AQPHOT (Post 46540)
Por que no corre en AMD?, trato de instalarlo y no se puede instalar

tal vez por que tu no tienes actualizado Direct X, o no tienes actualizado los Drivers de Video.

HatCat 28th May 2013 04:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MELERIX (Post 47049)
thats is not the right way to answer to an user that is just requesting help.

Inappropriate way to answer, probably.

User that is just requesting help?
Mmmmm...nah, user who was breaking the (would-be as discussed) rules of the forum by posting in Australian (or whatever the hell that damn language is them kids use these days!) on a forum knowingly being 99% Americanish (uhh I mean English, I think..right?). Doesn't take a whole lot of intelligence to not do that. :)



Quote:

Originally Posted by MELERIX (Post 47049)
tal vez por que tu no tienes actualizado Direct X, o no tienes actualizado los Drivers de Video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFb9XfZeNQs

MELERIX 29th May 2013 12:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FatCat (Post 47075)
User that is just requesting help?
Mmmmm...nah, user who was breaking the (would-be as discussed) rules of the forum by posting in Australian (or whatever the hell that damn language is them kids use these days!) on a forum knowingly being 99% Americanish (uhh I mean English, I think..right?). Doesn't take a whole lot of intelligence to not do that. :)

and how did you expect that an user will understand the rules if he doesn't know english ? :rolleyes:

in the same way that you don't understand spanish right ? ;)

imho the user was not doing nothing wrong, we do not know his age to judge him, he was just requesting basic help in his native language, because for obvious reason you can notice that he does not talk in english, and that is not a reason to treat him without respect.

HatCat 29th May 2013 01:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MELERIX (Post 47101)
and how did you expect that an user will understand the rules if he doesn't know english ? :rolleyes:

in the same way that you don't understand spanish right ?

u no finish reading posts
me repeat again

It takes *intelligence* to observe something like that.
Not "knowledge of the rules" in your language.

For example, I go to a forum.
I see that it is written 99% in Spanish.
I don't post in my native language because I see it's a Spanish forum.
????!
PROFIT! :)

Only you non-English people can't possibly comprehend that for some reason. :rolleyes:
(heh, I'm just being a dumbass, never mind me)

Quote:

Originally Posted by MELERIX (Post 47101)
imho the user was not doing nothing wrong, we do not know his age to judge him, he was just requesting basic help in his native language, because for obvious reason you can notice that he does not talk in english, and that is not a reason to treat him without respect.

Well, age doesn't make something more or less worth moderating.
He could be 3 months old and posting hentai across the forum; doesn't change the likelihood of it getting deleted. :D

Bing Translate/even Google Translate that piece of crap!
Different ways to post in English.

Anyway, there isn't an "actual" rule to keep all posts in English.
It was just something the (old) moderators of this site agreed on, but a rules list was never actually organized.

So I don't really care that much; I just wasn't gonna reply as harshly as squall did.

squall_leonhart 8th June 2013 04:59 AM

ole english, or gtfo.


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