Mi Field Marshall
- Mar 8, 2018
Is there any patches or something in order to get Rainbow 6 Lockdown to work on Win10 ..
Have you tried running it in compatibility mode?Is there any patches or something in order to get Rainbow 6 Lockdown to work on Win10 ..
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Is it available on Steam? If so the versions they have usually been fixed to work with W10Is there any patches or something in order to get Rainbow 6 Lockdown to work on Win10 ..
Yes got all of them in my steam account - I am a bit of a fan of Sudden Strike as wellIt is on Ubisoft's store https://store.ubi.com/ie/game?pid=56c4948888a7e300458b47d4&dwvar_56c4948888a7e300458b47d4_Platform=pcdl&edition=Standard Edition&source=detail
Have you checked the new XCOM's ? i loved them all even Chimera Squad, also War 40K Mechanicus is good if you are in to TBS.
Is it a laptop?Kon'nichiwa, ladies and gentlemen (and anything in between).
I have run into a bit of a pickle with a family member's PC.
It was in stand-by mode when the power in the apartment failed due to a thunder storm. But now, it can't be restored from stand-by anymore.
When it's on the grid, the damn thing's indicating lights merrily blink to themselves (to show it's in stand-by), but it doesn't react to any input whatsoever.
It's old as heck, but I've been asked to see if it can be saved. I thought about a BIOS reset, but would that be of any use considering it doesn't even boot?
if you can find this in the bios or something like itIt's a desktop computer with Windows 8.1. I've tried the power reset button, and unplugged the system for a while to make sure its completely power-less. Nothing. There's no apparent way to get it out of stand-by again.
I had a similar problem with my own computer once, unplugging it after forgetting it was in stand-by. Once power had been restored, it didn't want to boot at first – until I resetted the whole thing.