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drawsprockets??


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i have been looking into this forever and cant figure anything out. i have unreal tournament and when its loading it says something about "cant find drawsprockets". i have looked this up both online and in other forums and im running out of ideas...and kinda of help will be highly appreciated!! thanks!
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im running a powerbook g4 500 with tiger and classic installed.
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You need a patch to make it run properly under OS X...
Can't remember where I found it, but it is out there somewhere.

(EDIT: Found it)
http://www.insidemacgames.com/news/s...ArticleID=5164
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i got it..it works...it kinda runs bad..i read the requirements and it sounds like my computer is more than qualified t run it. is there something else i can do to make it run better??
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Hmmm not really...
A 500Mhz machine sounds a bit underpowered IMO.... the requirements are on a OS 9 based machine. OS X has more system overhead, so the system needs more power to run the game as well.
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gotcha...so should i try running it under os 9?? cause actually, now that you mention it, Diablo 1 and 2 seem to run beter under os 9. hmm makes sence to me.
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