Saturday, 25 August, 2007, 02:52 - Medal of HonorHere is a list of fixes for some common issues with the recently released Medal of Honor Airborne demo. I found the list - here -
Problem: The game will stop installing at the Ageia physics driver phase.
Fix: Some people have tried reverting to the previous Ageia physics driver and the game has installed fine after that.
Problem: Windows Vista 64-bit officially not supported.
Fix: Although it's not supported, many people with this version of Vista are able to install and play the game just fine.
Problem: The game is speeding up and everything is moving very fast.
Fix: If you have AMD, try disabling dual cores and/or download the AMD Dual Core Optimizer. Some have also said that uninstalling the Bioshock hotfix will correct the problem as well. Also, update your PC drivers.
Problem: The point-of-view is spinning and spiraling out of control.
Fix: This seems to be peripheral-related. Remove any joystick or other USB related device. Try unplugging and replugging in your mouse and keyboard.
Problem: When the demo is unpacked, your PC will reboot.
Fix: When extracting the demo you'll see a path which you can't change. Go to that location after the computer has rebooted (you might have to turn the option "show hidden files/maps" on). "MOH Setup" will be temporarily located in a TEMP folder called "RarSFX." It seems that this bug had somthing to do with the change between WinRAR vs. EA installer. --Thx, Calle.
Problem: During gameplay, screen goes black, audio still playing.
Fix: Minimize game, check system tray for errors regarding video drivers. If so, go into into nVidia control panel (or ATI equivalent), manage 3d settings, select MOH Airborne, and on multidisplay /mixed-GPU accerelation, set it to single display performance mode.
Problem: PC will freeze/lock up after a few minutes on Nvidia card users, and/or with dual core processors.
Fix: Download nhancer and disable dual core. This might help those high end machines that are jamming up. Disabling SLI (tickbox) in the nVidia control panel may help some others.
Problem: I'm getting a laggy response in-game, and my CPU usage is up near 100%.
Fix: See if you have any video software suites for a camcorder or other video device. Try to uninstall it. Including, but not limited to: Cyberlink DVD, PowerCinema NE, PowerProducer 3, PowerDirector 5, Digital Photo Navigator 3.0
Problem: I've tried almost everything and am still getting lag or mouse-lag in-game.
Fix: Although it sounds simple, take some time to keep unplugging/re-attaching your mouse AND keyboard (especially if it's a Logitech G15). This is causing issues for some users, and removing them, then plugging them in again has fixed the problem for some.
^^ I had the G15 keyboard issue.
now I can play the demo!