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Re: PC: MS Train Sim!
- Subject: Re: PC: MS Train Sim!
- From: "Brad" <otama@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2002 17:26:16 +1300
your graphics card is lacking.
you need something decent to play it
----- Original Message -----
From: <weldon -AT- fastol.com>
To: <penn-central -AT- smellycat.com>
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 5:20 PM
Subject: Re: PC: MS Train Sim!
> I got the MS Train Simulator, and spent the last 2 hours trying to wrestle
> into my system. I think I have too many other gizmos on my hard drive,
> to my teenagers.
> I am able to load it uneventfully, and the proper icons appear in the
> place, but when I click the Train Sim icon, the screen goes black, and a
> about the inconvenience, but we're shuttin' ya down, Jack" message comes
> It offers to send a detailed message to the tech guy in Seattle who sits
> room with no windows or doors, but by then, the drive gets lock jaw, I get
> irritated, and my wife gets concerned about the level of indecency my
> vocabulary obtains.
> I tried loading it three times, and each time got the same results.
> After reading the exchanges here I was really looking forward to fiddling
> these electrons. Frankly, after wading through the 300-page book and then
> being able to even run the damn thing, I will shortly be returning the
> to the dealer from whence it came, and taking the $45 to the nearest hobby
> and purchasing whatever 3-dimensional plastic railroad models that strike
> Model railroading is frustrating enough. I don't need to waste any more
> time in front of the monitor than I already do. Thanks, Bill Gates, but
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