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01-04-2009, 06:52 PM
if you want Msts 2!
You desktop or laptop is slow :(
But theres a way to enjoy like thoses fast ones!
save you money and by a addon Hard drive!
and you be it be fast like thoses fast one!
and this is good if you have Msts 1 FSX or Delux when you get MSTS 2
and if you have Rooms mate by Logic head phones and block out thoes sounds from you room mates and the ones next door!
that should let you slow computers have fun
01-04-2009, 07:03 PM
If you don't know anything about computers, don't give others poor advice - please.
A new hard drive is not going to drastically improve the performance of an older computer (particularly if it is old enough that MSTS-X won't run on it). Additional memory and a fast CPU will.
P.S.: According to what you just said above, anyone who "wants" MSTS-X is automatically plagued with a machine too slow to run it. Hardly.
01-04-2009, 09:07 PM
Thanks for the advice. It sucks when a guy tries to help out his bros on the Internet and people jump all over him. Oh well.
01-04-2009, 09:13 PM
All right - but, remember, the few who appriciate good information will be ticked off if they find out, in the future, that the "advice" they got online was nonsense (though the stores will love the fact that they'll be able to fleece them out of more cash).
01-04-2009, 10:18 PM
I have to agree with Kurt on this. Additional memory and a faster CPU will be alot better for any game than a hard drive. Anyways, We still have no idea what the requirements will be for MSTS 2 at this time and we wont know until they announce them either which my guess would happen a month or two month before the sim is released.
01-05-2009, 02:05 AM
...help out his bros on the...
If the original poster really wanted to help out "his fellow man," he would write his suggestions in concise English that everyone can understand. "and you be it be fast like thoses fast one" is simply juvenile rubbish.
I have seen new hard drives speed-up systems. Often the drives were old or showing their age...some die slowly and tend to get slower and slower as as they do so. The hard drive is used constantly on a Windows system, so it can have a serious effect on system performance.
But as Kurt pointed out, it isn't a magical solution for just everyone and certainly won't make a computer automatically "MSTS-2" ready.
I nominate this thread for deletion by a moderator.
01-05-2009, 04:52 AM
Almost sounds like spam if you ask me... Without actually being spam
01-05-2009, 07:10 AM
Considering the original poster lives in New Jersey (according to the profile), there really is no excuse for the unintelligible post, unless of course he/she is a product of recent government education. :rolleyes:
01-05-2009, 01:16 PM
This thread is being locked as I don't care for TROLLS.
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