Pro Rally 2001 - couple of issues

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IceMan
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Pro Rally 2001 - couple of issues

Postby IceMan » Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:07 am

1. If you select 1600x1200 in the graphics menu in-game, the game will crash when loading. Any other resolution works fine.

2. When you exit the game it locks up, requiring ctrl+alt+del to close it.

Strangely enough, on my new PC I can install it with the installer on the CD-ROM; the Pentium4 installer isn't necessary!
My PC spec: Win8.1, i7-4970K (not overclocked) MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 980, Creative Soundblaster ZX, 16GB RAM, Asus Z98-A motherboard, ROG Swift GSYNC monitor

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Re: Pro Rally 2001 - couple of issues

Postby Gamecollector » Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:44 am

Yes, it looks like only P4s have incompatible CPUID. All later CPUs are back-compatible...
Asus P4P800 SE/Pentium4 3.2E/2 Gb DDR400 (3-3-3-8),
Radeon HD3850 Agp (Sapphire), Catalyst 14.4 (XpProSp3).
2 Voodoo2 12 MB (SLI), Win2k drivers 1.02.00 (XpProSp3).

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Re: Pro Rally 2001 - couple of issues

Postby IceMan » Mon Feb 09, 2015 9:48 am

Gamecollector wrote:Yes, it looks like only P4s have incompatible CPUID. All later CPUs are back-compatible...


Ahh, good old Ubisoft with their wacky installers :-D
My PC spec: Win8.1, i7-4970K (not overclocked) MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 980, Creative Soundblaster ZX, 16GB RAM, Asus Z98-A motherboard, ROG Swift GSYNC monitor

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Re: Pro Rally 2001 - couple of issues

Postby Zeus » Wed Feb 18, 2015 7:56 pm

IceMan wrote:1. If you select 1600x1200 in the graphics menu in-game, the game will crash when loading. Any other resolution works fine.

Game bug. Nothing to fix for me.

IceMan wrote:2. When you exit the game it locks up, requiring ctrl+alt+del to close it.

I just tested it on 8.1 with 1.03 and dev and I don't have this issue. Odd...


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