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Is there some way to play PSO2 in case this message pops up?

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asked Sep 26 in Business Studies by MMOruki (660 points)

If you go to your Windows Settings, then System, and proceed to Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta About in the underside, what does it say under Device Specifications? The Processor and System Form lines will be the most significant. Also related to understand. Same screen of Settings -> System -> Around, but this time under Device Specifications, assess if the System Type is recorded as 32 or 64-bit operating system. PSO2 has a 64-bit Running System requirement. Being it's a notebook, there's a chance it's only 32-bit. If that is the case, you'll need to update it into 64-bit. This is totally free as long as you have a valid Windows license.

Ah, I recalled the details incorrectly. Win10 never had a customer purchaseable 32-bit version. Only an OEM version for PC manufacturers or as a limited-time free upgrade from a 32 bit version of 7 or 8.1. You could never do a fresh install of windows 32 bit for a customer. SEgA really should focus on their dying, 8 year-old source codes at the lanucher rather than making a whole new fucking game. Like... it takes them nothing to probably go through and make a launcher THAT DOESN'T yeets itself like the tweaker.

Pretty much what pika stated, the ms store requires up to date windows to function correctly and is just one of my most important issues with it (apart from uac locking down connections ). Recommend the steam variant for less headaches. Sounds like you do have the newest version. . .sorry, I was expecting that it would give information, maybe an outdated version or something like that, but the issue obviously doesn't come from the OS variant itself.

Not like they can do much; Social Media, Ingame GMs, Promotion, Customer Support, Site are all handled by another team who can only hope that those handling the true host and developing articles, SEGA of Japan, listen to the complaints. I just hope that people do not become complacent due to that response and think everything will be OK when they don't voice their complaints. Its the exact same"We are listening" response I got when telling them about the forums not to release the SG scratch because it's (when the SG scratch recycle shop rolled up), so I ai not actually holding my breath.

Not much will happen. I agree. There are numerous people that already spent SG. Even if they were to perform things like reduced the cost of SG per ticket -- how would they compensate everyone that has already spent their SG? They really should try to implement more ways to gain SG. The executing more ways to gain SG is unquestionably what they will need to do. If you have a look in JP, they have so many tactics to obtain SG. An additional thing that they could do is prolong the length of the scratch to 6 months, or better yet, one that one finishes, release the original two scratches it was created out of concurrently and for 6 months each. They could just refund the SG gap? They maintain a list of every scrape you pull. All it would take would be a simple arithmetic to determine how much to reimburse people, if they choose to buy meseta pso2 lower the purchase price.

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