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Windows 7: 7260 one step forwards 3 steps backwards

28 Jun 2009   #41
The Sly Assassin

W7 7127 X64

Im sticking with 7127 x64, seems to keep me error free so far, every other build has Punkbuster problems, and playing games that need it is a part of my daily life, if i cant even freely play my games, whats the use? Im sticking to this build until RTM.

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