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I can solve your computer problem easily and cheaply....Buy an Xbox! it is less expensive and you dont have to up grade ever and you also don't have to do this and that like you have to do with a computer ;):p

 

 

Xbox :wub:

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And now for some real help! Well actually I am not sure either.... Do you have Kotor I? I assume you don't otherwise you wouldn't be asking for it. Cause if Kotor I runs Kotor 2 will run about the same I figure. I'm not too knowledgeable about ATI cards unfortunately. What can you play on it?

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I can solve your computer problem easily and cheaply....Buy an Xbox! it is less expensive and you dont have to up grade ever and you also don't have to do this and that like you have to do with a computer  ;)  :p

 

 

Xbox :wub:

 

That's not a solution. That's an alternative. I think he was implying that he was looking for a solution, not an alternative.

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I can solve your computer problem easily and cheaply....Buy an Xbox! it is less expensive and you dont have to up grade ever and you also don't have to do this and that like you have to do with a computer  ;)  :p

 

 

Xbox :wub:

 

Not a very good solution also in the event he wants to buy other PC games, many of which might not be on XBox.

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I have KOTOR I and am currently using an ATI 9600 All-In-Wonder Pro... I don't want a Xbox because computers have many overall advantages, like graphics and content... While playing KOTOR I on my current card it always gets all glitchy after a while and would like to know if upgrading my card to a X300 or a X800 on my new PC I plan on getting will solve the problem for KOTOR I and prevent any problems with KOTOR II...

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Well, I talked to Akari on PM and according to him, they've fixed most of the troubles in the engines, like the level-crash but, semi transparency and such. So according to him, the game is running fine on both Nvidia and ATI branded cards, with the latest official Catalyst driver (4.10).

 

So, you should be all set :p

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I can solve your computer problem easily and cheaply....Buy an Xbox! it is less expensive and you dont have to up grade ever and you also don't have to do this and that like you have to do with a computer  :thumbsup:  :thumbsup:

 

 

Xbox :wub:

 

Never need to upgrade huh?

 

well thats short sighted considering if he gets a X-Box now he will need an X-Box 2 by 2007 and by 2011 he will need an X-Box 3....

 

OO lets just say X-Box sucks if all you want is limited operating system capabilities, and anything short of Halo 2 :wub:

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