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  1. #1
    POOLPRO Guest

    RAGE INCominG!

    ok i have he game but its the 98 version now i have a xp home edition laptop
    i went to compatible tab n changed it now it runs but so slow it takes for
    ever to move what can i do to make this game run normally?

  2. #2
    Jimmy S. Guest

    Re: RAGE INCominG!

    Hi POOLPRO,

    The slow performance is a know issue that is shared by others here:
    http://www.ntcompatible.com/RAGE_Incoming_c8705.html

    Here's another type of workaround which may work ...

    You can change the priority of a program to speed it up, or slow it down.
    Click Start / Click Run / Type: taskmgr and then press ENTER

    - Right Click on the program and select: "Go To Process"

    - Right Click on the process and "Set Priority" to High or Low as needed.

    - You can speed up games even more by ending all other Applications that
    are listed in the taskmgr, and right click to disable all icons by your clock.

    - I was going to explain how to use the start command from the RUN
    command line to launch any application from however this article is already
    published on the internet and covers the entire buffet, including affinities. :-)
    http://fox2k.net/2ktweaks/game_tuning_guide.htm

    - You can slow down your games even more by running many programs,
    or use the Moslo utility: http://www.hpaa.com/moslo/v132/moslo132.zip

    Moslo Instructions - Note this is not for the casual player - Use only if needed:

    Unzip the program to the same directory as the game you want to run slower.
    For the next steps to work, you have to have that directory open in windows.
    Note: Get the process name using taskmgr, then click Start / Search to Find it.

    Next click Start / click Run / type: command and then press ENTER
    At the DOS command prompt type: MOSLO /## GAME.EXE

    Note: ## is a number (actually, percentage ... using /50 runs the game at half
    normal speed) and GAME.EXE is the name of the game you want to play. :-)


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    Jimmy S. http://mvp.support.microsoft.com

    Visit my MSN Zone.com and Gaming Help Site: http://mvps.org/nibblesnbits
    MS Games Help and Support Center: http://support.microsoft.com/?pr=gms
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    POOLPRO Wrote:
    =================
    | ok i have he game but its the 98 version now i have a xp home edition laptop
    | i went to compatible tab n changed it now it runs but so slow it takes for
    | ever to move what can i do to make this game run normally?



  3. #3
    POOLPRO via WindowsKB.com Guest

    Re: RAGE INCominG!

    Thank You. I did everthing you said. I changed the priority but now every
    time i wanted 2 play not only was it at the same speed but it kept freezing
    me. Is there a newer version of this game that i can download or something i
    can get fix the problem. You idea sounded good i dont know maybe its because
    i have an xp and the is for 98.

    Jimmy S. wrote:
    >Hi POOLPRO,
    >
    >The slow performance is a know issue that is shared by others here:
    >http://www.ntcompatible.com/RAGE_Incoming_c8705.html
    >
    >Here's another type of workaround which may work ...
    >
    >You can change the priority of a program to speed it up, or slow it down.
    >Click Start / Click Run / Type: taskmgr and then press ENTER
    >
    >- Right Click on the program and select: "Go To Process"
    >
    >- Right Click on the process and "Set Priority" to High or Low as needed.
    >
    >- You can speed up games even more by ending all other Applications that
    > are listed in the taskmgr, and right click to disable all icons by your clock.
    >
    >- I was going to explain how to use the start command from the RUN
    > command line to launch any application from however this article is already
    > published on the internet and covers the entire buffet, including affinities. :-)
    > http://fox2k.net/2ktweaks/game_tuning_guide.htm
    >
    >- You can slow down your games even more by running many programs,
    > or use the Moslo utility: http://www.hpaa.com/moslo/v132/moslo132.zip
    >
    >Moslo Instructions - Note this is not for the casual player - Use only if needed:
    >
    > Unzip the program to the same directory as the game you want to run slower.
    > For the next steps to work, you have to have that directory open in windows.
    > Note: Get the process name using taskmgr, then click Start / Search to Find it.
    >
    > Next click Start / click Run / type: command and then press ENTER
    > At the DOS command prompt type: MOSLO /## GAME.EXE
    >
    > Note: ## is a number (actually, percentage ... using /50 runs the game at half
    > normal speed) and GAME.EXE is the name of the game you want to play. :-)
    >
    >| ok i have he game but its the 98 version now i have a xp home edition laptop
    >| i went to compatible tab n changed it now it runs but so slow it takes for
    >| ever to move what can i do to make this game run normally?


    --
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    http://www.windowskb.com/Uwe/Forums....games/200604/1

  4. #4
    POOLPRO via WindowsKB.com Guest

    Re: RAGE INCominG!

    Thank You. I did everthing you said. I changed the priority but now every
    time i wanted 2 play not only was it at the same speed but it kept freezing
    me. Is there a newer version of this game that i can download or something i
    can get fix the problem. You idea sounded good i dont know maybe its because
    i have an xp and the game is for 98.

    Jimmy S. wrote:
    >Hi POOLPRO,
    >
    >The slow performance is a know issue that is shared by others here:
    >http://www.ntcompatible.com/RAGE_Incoming_c8705.html
    >
    >Here's another type of workaround which may work ...
    >
    >You can change the priority of a program to speed it up, or slow it down.
    >Click Start / Click Run / Type: taskmgr and then press ENTER
    >
    >- Right Click on the program and select: "Go To Process"
    >
    >- Right Click on the process and "Set Priority" to High or Low as needed.
    >
    >- You can speed up games even more by ending all other Applications that
    > are listed in the taskmgr, and right click to disable all icons by your clock.
    >
    >- I was going to explain how to use the start command from the RUN
    > command line to launch any application from however this article is already
    > published on the internet and covers the entire buffet, including affinities. :-)
    > http://fox2k.net/2ktweaks/game_tuning_guide.htm
    >
    >- You can slow down your games even more by running many programs,
    > or use the Moslo utility: http://www.hpaa.com/moslo/v132/moslo132.zip
    >
    >Moslo Instructions - Note this is not for the casual player - Use only if needed:
    >
    > Unzip the program to the same directory as the game you want to run slower.
    > For the next steps to work, you have to have that directory open in windows.
    > Note: Get the process name using taskmgr, then click Start / Search to Find it.
    >
    > Next click Start / click Run / type: command and then press ENTER
    > At the DOS command prompt type: MOSLO /## GAME.EXE
    >
    > Note: ## is a number (actually, percentage ... using /50 runs the game at half
    > normal speed) and GAME.EXE is the name of the game you want to play. :-)
    >
    >| ok i have he game but its the 98 version now i have a xp home edition laptop
    >| i went to compatible tab n changed it now it runs but so slow it takes for
    >| ever to move what can i do to make this game run normally?


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  5. #5
    Jimmy S. Guest

    Re: RAGE INCominG!

    Hi POOLPRO via WindowsKB.com,

    Q: Is there a newer version?

    A: You might want to check out the sequel to Rage's Incoming:
    Incoming Forces: http://pc.ign.com/objects/013/013619.html


    --
    Cheers, *Windows_XP_MVP_Shell/User*
    Jimmy S. http://mvp.support.microsoft.com

    Visit my MSN Zone.com and Gaming Help Site: http://mvps.org/nibblesnbits
    MS Games Help and Support Center: http://support.microsoft.com/?pr=gms
    My advice is donated "AS IS" without warranty; nor do I confer any rights.
    _________________________________________________________

    POOLPRO via WindowsKB.com Wrote:
    =================
    | Thank You. I did everthing you said. I changed the priority but now every
    | time i wanted 2 play not only was it at the same speed but it kept freezing
    | me. Is there a newer version of this game that i can download or something i
    | can get fix the problem. You idea sounded good i dont know maybe its because
    | i have an xp and the game is for 98.
    |
    | Jimmy S. wrote:
    || Hi POOLPRO,
    ||
    || The slow performance is a know issue that is shared by others here:
    || http://www.ntcompatible.com/RAGE_Incoming_c8705.html
    ||
    || Here's another type of workaround which may work ...
    ||
    || You can change the priority of a program to speed it up, or slow it down.
    || Click Start / Click Run / Type: taskmgr and then press ENTER
    ||
    || - Right Click on the program and select: "Go To Process"
    ||
    || - Right Click on the process and "Set Priority" to High or Low as needed.
    ||
    || - You can speed up games even more by ending all other Applications that
    || are listed in the taskmgr, and right click to disable all icons by your clock.
    ||
    || - I was going to explain how to use the start command from the RUN
    || command line to launch any application from however this article is already
    || published on the internet and covers the entire buffet, including affinities. :-)
    || http://fox2k.net/2ktweaks/game_tuning_guide.htm
    ||
    || - You can slow down your games even more by running many programs,
    || or use the Moslo utility: http://www.hpaa.com/moslo/v132/moslo132.zip
    ||
    || Moslo Instructions - Note this is not for the casual player - Use only if needed:
    ||
    || Unzip the program to the same directory as the game you want to run slower.
    || For the next steps to work, you have to have that directory open in windows.
    || Note: Get the process name using taskmgr, then click Start / Search to Find it.
    ||
    || Next click Start / click Run / type: command and then press ENTER
    || At the DOS command prompt type: MOSLO /## GAME.EXE
    ||
    || Note: ## is a number (actually, percentage ... using /50 runs the game at half
    || normal speed) and GAME.EXE is the name of the game you want to play. :-)
    ||
    ||| ok i have he game but its the 98 version now i have a xp home edition laptop
    ||| i went to compatible tab n changed it now it runs but so slow it takes for
    ||| ever to move what can i do to make this game run normally?



  6. #6
    richardlwilson76@yahoo.com Guest

    Re: RAGE INCominG!


  7. #7
    POOLPRO via WindowsKB.com Guest

    Re: RAGE INCominG!

    wow ok thank you bud

    richardlwilson76@yahoo.com wrote:
    >Try third-party speeder tool:
    >
    >http://www.download.com/Speed-Gear/3...ml?tag=lst-0-1


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    hiya guys this worked for me so i thought id post to let u know my solution :)

    on ur start menu go to where u select Incoming e.g. Start, All Programs, Games, Incoming (or somewhere similar to that maybe) Then, right click the game and go to Properties, then compatibility and click the box that says "run this program in compatibility mode for" then chose Windows 98/Windows ME. Apply the change then try running the game!!!

    it worked for me and my brother :)

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