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    Default Train Simulations MRL Mullan Pass Available!

    MRL Mullan Pass from Train Simulations has been released and I am currently downloading it!

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    Last edited by trainmanaustin; 03-26-2020 at 07:34 PM.

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    Looking very nice. But requirements specification are too high for my old computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mg123 View Post
    Looking very nice. But requirements specification are too high for my old computer.
    Man that sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mg123 View Post
    Looking very nice. But requirements specification are too high for my old computer.

    I am running an i7-930 from 2010 and it runs fine.

    The specification is 64 bit system, but the current open Rails "runactivityLAA.exe" is 32 bit, so I don't understand the requirement.
    Cheers
    Derek

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    Hi Derek,

    That is correct, RunactivityLAA.exe is 32 bit, but is able to address more memory, up to 4 GB, but only on 64-bit Windows operating systems. If you are running Open Rails 1.3.1, and you uncheck the Large Address Aware binaries option in the ORTS settings, memory can only be addressed up to 2 GB, but you'll never get there before having a memory-related crash. While it is possible to use the Large Address Aware binaries feature on a 32-bit version of windows, it requires manually editing operating system configuration files, which we can't condone. Users with 32-bit Windows versions may also be able to use one of the unstable versions of ORTS, which uses Monogame engine and significantly less memory. However, we can't confirm that this actually works. Even if it did, we also can't condone the use of an unstable version of ORTS,....because it's unstable, and that could cause all kinds of problems.

    Cheers,
    Jason

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    I want to know what locomotives are with it? i just see 6 axle units like SD40 SD45 and GE.................

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsSheare View Post
    I want to know what locomotives are with it? i just see 6 axle units like SD40 SD45 and GE.................
    GP9's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainmanaustin View Post
    GP9's.

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    was hoping for a GP 30 and a GP 35.

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    Just started to run an activity, leaving the Helena station. Great looking route so far. But has anyone else noted a lack of grade-crossing signs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt C View Post
    Just started to run an activity, leaving the Helena station. Great looking route so far. But has anyone else noted a lack of grade-crossing signs?
    Could be a quiet zone.

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