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  • in reply to: Maple story #52203

    The game works fine for me.

    in reply to: Maple story #52207

    The game works fine for me.

    in reply to: Windows Media Player 12 – No MP4 Support #50267

    Have you tried FFDshow?

    in reply to: R2 Compatible Sound Cards? #50520

    ASUS Xonar DX (PCIe version) works perfectly.

    I’m guessing that any sound card or chipset will work with Server 2008 R2 as long as it has at least Windows 7 x64 compliant drivers.

    HDA Codec chips should have minimal support from the Microsoft HDA driver if no other drivers exist, otherwise contact the manufacturer.

    Also, I know this for a fact. If you have a hardware device installed with an unsigned driver installed, 2008 R2 will not rollback or uninstall the driver.

    in reply to: Security Software #49243

    I have Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0 with MalwareBytes 1.45 fully working.

    Just a heads up, you can pick up a single usage OEM copy of SEP 11 off for $39.99 which isn’t a bad deal.

    in reply to: NetWorking issues! #50483

    I can confirm this works.

    in reply to: SuperFetch #49399

    It’s probably safe to say that SuperFetch was not intended for Server 2008 R2 and possibly for good reason. The OS is fast enough as it is without it.

    in reply to: Which better for games R2 or seven #50154

    I’ll actually argue against 2008 having fewer services. Instead I’ll say it has more reliable services that run correctly. I actually have seen nearly the same amount of Services between a Windows 7 Enterprise and Windows Server 2008 R2.

    Overall for gaming, hands down I’ll say 2008 R2. It’s got far better processor and memory management services and games don’t have to compete with a lot of background software for resources.

    It’s not perfect though and some games often will fail to run, but it is better overall.

    in reply to: Creative X-Fi Elite Pro, GeForce 8600 and Sound Problem #49879

    It could be a latency issue within the actual OS. There is a latency issue with server OSes that can be solved by the Prevent Stuttering Sound Regfix found on the Win2008Workstation website. Try importing this into your registry and double check your audio settings, test, and review the results.

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionMultimediaSystemProfile]
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