Should I use PG on a "video gaming" PC?

Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by Devinco, Dec 24, 2005.

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  1. Devinco

    Devinco Registered Member

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    Should I put PG on a computer that will be primarily used for video games?
    The computer will have games like:
    Battlefield2
    Age of Empires III
    Battlefield 1942
    and other FPS type games

    Is there a compatibility list of games somewhere?
     
  2. Juggernaut

    Juggernaut Registered Member

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    The only issue concerning games is playing types that have Punkbuster support. And that has been resolved.

    I play the Battlefield and Call of Duty game series while running Process Guard with no problems. There is a workaround for Punkbuster enabled games because the people over at Evenbalance won't fix the poorly coded product they push on gamers.

    You can find a thread for that in this forum topic is you do a search. after following its instructions, running Process Guard and gaming at the same time is iron clad with no issues.
     
  3. Devinco

    Devinco Registered Member

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    Thanks Juggernaut! :)
     
  4. Juggernaut

    Juggernaut Registered Member

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    is = if

    *smacks self for not proof reading above post*

    If you decide to use Process Guard and have any issues with games, feel free to shoot me a PM
     
  5. Juggernaut

    Juggernaut Registered Member

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    Also as an afterthought... If you were already were using the old Punkbuster work around mentioned elsewhere on this forum, you must delete the old registry key. Failure to do so will cause access errors after you reboot for the first time after installing the latest version of Process Guard.

    The program will hit on both registry entries and confusion will ensue. Make sure there is only the new registry entry and no old ones. Been there, dealt with the headache.
     
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