LondonLad/Dodge | 16 Air Assault Brigade British Themed MilSim Group
Intel Core i7-2600 @ 3.4GHz, 8GB DDR3, 2* ATI 5850 1GB (Crossfire), 2 * Intel SSD, 2 * Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB (RAID0), Windows 7 x64 RTM
Will the Pandur 8x8 be amphibious on the final release?
Almost chocked on my coffee when I drove it straight into the riverbed and had to bail out, those propulsion motors at the rear are useles if deosn't float.
Enjoying using the units for SecOps missions at the moment though.
MSI P55-GD65 | Core i5 750 @ 2.67GHz | 4GB DDR3 | ATI HD 5970 (Asus EAH5970/G/2DIS/2GD5) | OCZ Revo 120GB PCIe SSD | 2x OCZ Vertex 4 120GB |
Windows 7 64bit Home Premium | Catalysts 13.1 | ArmA2 OA 220.127.116.11480 (beta) +BAF +PMC +ACR | ArmA2 18.104.22.168734 | ArmA 22.214.171.12481 | OFP 126.96.36.199
Be smart, use Sprocket!
Just a quick update. The support guy at Idea Software told me the step by step to unistall Arma 2 completely and now everything is working again!
If anyone is interested I can repost the email he sent to me.
Might as well, for future searches. The more information you provide the community, the less stupid questions everyone has to ask!
Here's the email-
first, delete both games (Arma 2 and Operation Arrowhead, if you have
CO which I assume you do) from Steam. Then go to this folder:
there might be folders for arma 2 (and possibly arma 2 oa) left over
after uninstallation. If so, delete them.
Next, go to your Documents folder. There you should see these
subfolders (at least one of them, possibly two):
ArmA 2 Other Profiles
ArmA 2 OA Other Profiles
Delete them (note that this will wipe your saved games, if any, so
maybe back up those folders).
Last but not least please re-install Steam (just in case):
1. Go to Steam's installation folder.
2. Delete everything there except "steam.exe" and "steamapps" folder.
3. Run "steam.exe" - Steam will reinstall itself automatically.
After Steam re-installs itself, install both games again. Do not
install any mods or beta patches until you've confirmed that vanilla
Combined Operations runs without problems.
Any question asked twice when a fix is known is stupid. No offense meant, promise.