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[Solved]Full Screen On Windows 8

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After doing a ton of stuff to get ro to work on 8 the only problem I'm having now is getting ro to run in full screen. In windows mode it works fine but if i full screen it I experience a sever lag that makes it unplayable. Any idea as to why this is happening.

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Try removing mouse freedom if you have it in your folder.

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Never downloaded mouse freedom

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Can you explain to me what you mean with "server lag". Can you describe the lag you're getting ? Have you tried messing around with the setup.exe?

Running both the client and setup in compatibility mode?

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Yea, i asked Decode about this as well because he has windows 8. I told him to try and run it in full screen and when he did he also encountered an unbearable lag the eventually froze the game. I've tried running both in compatibility modes with different versions of windows. Just imagine playing this with 5k ping.

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Unfortunately it's a known issue with Windows 8 and full screen mode. The best you can do is change it to windowed mode and select the highest resolution. This will pretty much cover your entire screen. Edited by Bishop

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Solved.

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