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  1. Yes being forced to only play single player is incredibly frustrating; I miss the art of combat against real, experienced and skilled human opponents. Do you have the NBN at your address or are you using ADSL or wireless? At my previous address in Hawthorne, Brisbane I was only ADSL 2 and I averaged about 10mbps and my ping was also ok, I was always able to play MP. I think the ping issues I had at the next address (ADSL 2) were due to the distance from the exchange (3.5km) and perhaps at my current address due to the fact I am using wireless 4G. I am considering to try ADSL 2 until the NBN rolls out in my area.
  2. Yes I noticed with this server the ping is always low and in the green...around 50 on average That is also what my ping is for WoL however as soon as I join that server I get kicked from it before even getting into the game- I assumed that was because of my high ping?
  3. Sorry I forgot to mention that I took the 4G option, I think I will have ADSL connected and try my luck with that
  4. Hi Everyone I am having issues with having a high ping for most servers in MP, particularly Wings of Liberty and also DED. I live in Brisbane, Australia- is my geographical location having anything to do with it? I just moved into a new house, the NBN has not rolled out to my suburb yet (Australia is 3rd world for internet) and I had a choice between ADSL or wireless broadband 4G that connects to the mobile 4G network and allows 12mbps. Where I previously lived in Brisbane I had ADSL and averaged around 9mbps and I did not have any ping issues, at my new place I am averaging around 6mbps. I understand that ping is not directly related to mbps but I am including this information in case (I am not very tech savvy). I have a decent PC rig. I wish I could get this sorted as I basically cannot play MP now. Any ideas? Thanks in advance
  5. Hello I want to share with all of you my struggle over the past 2.5 years, now that the diameter of the circle of light at the end of the tunnel widens as each day passes. 2.5 years ago I was a virtual fighter pilot, my weapon of choice being the Bf109-F4. When I roamed the skies of IL2 I was in my happy place, a safe place, and every day I made time to hone my skills and progress in my hobby; a hobby by the way that I had no shame in taking perhaps a little bit too seriously. Even when I was not flying and sneaking up behind Yaks at 650km/h, I took daily comfort in daydreaming and reliving my greatest kills in my mind whilst sitting in my work cubicle, ostensibly taking part in sales meetings, or listening to my wife. 2.5 years ago my computer died and I lost a part of me and my sense of self. Circumstances at the time lead me to delay the purchase of a new rig which I figured would only be a matter of months; I could handle that, I could be patient. However, moving forward a few months, my wife and I decided to build our first home and for the 18 month construction waiting time we decided to be financially savvy and move in with my parents who live about 45 minutes drive from the city. Once we settled in I knew it was only a matter of time until I was restored to my former fit, fighting and flying self: it was time to buy a new PC and not just any PC, but one that could run IL2 BOS in all its glory. I picked up my new rig and brought it home to set up after which I had to download and reinstall Il2 BoS- there had been a number of significant updates since I had last played and I was particularly looking forward to trying out the spitfire and flying circus. I opened the launcher and began downloading the game and then I was informed of this: Download speed 16k/s Download time 6 days (if at all) It turned out that my parents happen to live in an area of Brisbane (Cleveland) that the NBN has not being introduced into yet and their house was far away from the ADSL exchange towers. I did a google search of our area and found that many people shared the same problem- the internet in the suburb completely sucks. I did eventually finish the download however flying online was impossible and future large updates were unattainable. I decided to grit my teeth and wait it out and that is what I have done, I have waited out the past 18 months without a single touch of the joystick. I have sustained myself only by occasional glimpses of new aircraft on YouTube and weekly readings on the forums of all the awesome updates I have been missing out on. This has been my struggle. In 2 weeks, I move into my new home, it has fast broadband internet. The Me262 has just been released. My struggle is about to come to an end.
  6. Hey guys, I just bought and set up a new gaming rig in anticipation of getting back into IL2, however as I am flying I get continuous pop ups stating that I need to install .net framework 3.5, when I click install from within the popup it presents me with error code 0x800F0950 I have Windows 10 installed and in windows features .net framework 4.7 is selected as default, when I try to check the box for 3.5 it says it needs to install, when I try to download it from there it gives me the same error code. I do not have a cd/dvd drive, and the computer came with the windows 10 cd, not a usb Does anyone have any idea what to do? There seem to be various ideas on google but it seems rather tricky...very frustrating as I have a few days off to get back into IL2 and I am stuck trying to figure this out. Thanks in advance
  7. Hey guys, I just bought and set up a new gaming rig in anticipation of getting back into IL2, however as I am flying I get continuous pop ups stating that I need to install .net framework 3.5, when I click install from within the popup it presents me with error code 0x800F0950 I have Windows 10 installed and in windows features .net framework 4.7 is selected as default, when I try to check the box for 3.5 it says it needs to install, when I try to download it from there it gives me the same error code. I do not have a cd/dvd drive, and the computer came with the windows 10 cd, not a usb Does anyone have any idea what to do? There seem to be various ideas on google but it seems rather tricky...very frustrating as I have a few days off to get back into IL2 and I am stuck trying to figure this out. Thanks in advance
  8. These are good points you make Chiliwili, my naivety has been laid bare....thanks for the advice, I will get back to you
  9. Thanks for all the information guys, really big help, I think I will need to dig a bit deeper into my wallet.....this is actually the first time I have acted parsimoniously when buying a gaming pc, I used to just go all out, but I have the wife to think about now That being said I think it is well worth forking out an extra $500 or so, given I will probably have the rig for a few years, and I do want to finally try VR. I am in Australia by the way, the specs I entered above were going to set me back around $1.5k....$2k is probably my max budget Again, thanks for the advice, I really appreciate it....hopefully I will be hunting Russians by this weekend
  10. Thanks for the info, would you suggest this instead: Processor: Intel Core i7 8700 6x Core Motherboard: Intel LGA1151 Board Ram: 8GB Certified DDR4 Ram SSD: 120GB (~128GB) Solid State HDD: 1TB SATA 3 7200 RPM 6GB/S Graphics: 4GB Nvidia GTX 1050TI
  11. Hello everyone, I have been on extended leave from IL2 BOS for the past 2 years or so, my PC died and then I moved house and have been busy etc. However I have gotten to the point now that I just cannot take it anymore and I need to get back into the skies. I am buying a new gaming PC this week and need advice as to whether the rig I am looking at will be suitable- I wish to run the game at max settings. These are the specs ( see below) of the pc I am thinking of buying, does anyone have any recommendations regarding this please? I was hoping for an I7 however the price difference is significant and from my limited knowledge I think the I5-8500 coupled with the 6GB GTX 1060 should be more than enough? Will the I5 be enough for the GTX 1060 to reach it's full potential? CPU: Intel Core i5-8500 3.00GHz MB: Gigabyte H370-HD3 Motherboard VGA: Gigabyte Nvidia 6GB GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Ram: GeIL EVO FORZA 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR4 2400 SSD: WD Green 240GB M.2 SSD HD: Seagate 3.5" BarraCuda 2TB SATA III Hard Disk Drive Case: Rotanium TG301 Black USB3.0 Blue LED Tempered Glass Gaming Case PSU: Coolermaster MWE 650W 80+ Bronze Power Supply SW: Microsoft Windows 10 Home 32bit/64bit USB Drive
  12. Hello everyone, I have been on extended leave from IL2 BOS for the past 2 years or so, my PC died and then I moved house and have been busy etc. However I have gotten to the point now that I just cannot take it anymore and I need to get back into the skies. I am buying a new gaming PC this week and need advice as to whether the rig I am looking at will be suitable- I wish to run the game at max settings. These are the specs ( see below) of the pc I am thinking of buying, does anyone have any recommendations regarding this please? I was hoping for an I7 however the price difference is significant and from my limited knowledge I think the I5-8500 coupled with the 6GB GTX 1060 should be more than enough? Will the I5 be enough for the GTX 1060 to reach it's full potential? CPU: Intel Core i5-8500 3.00GHz MB: Gigabyte H370-HD3 Motherboard VGA: Gigabyte Nvidia 6GB GTX 1060 G1 Gaming Ram: GeIL EVO FORZA 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR4 2400 SSD: WD Green 240GB M.2 SSD HD: Seagate 3.5" BarraCuda 2TB SATA III Hard Disk Drive Case: Rotanium TG301 Black USB3.0 Blue LED Tempered Glass Gaming Case PSU: Coolermaster MWE 650W 80+ Bronze Power Supply SW: Microsoft Windows 10 Home 32bit/64bit USB Drive
  13. One thing I have noticed since playing Il2 BOS is the appearance of childish players who have been dishing out insults and using offensive language. I think the term I despise most is "noob". When I hear this I imagine some pimply, arrogant, smug teenager who is used to playing call of duty, eating his doritos and getting a kick out of demeaning new players who havent the 12 years experience in front of the computer as he has. I was always put off by the arrogant, bratty teenager vibe of the first person shooters and other arcade, quick fix, type games and felt comfort in knowing that the fan bases of my beloved flight simulators were, in the majority of cases, of a higher maturity and class to this. Back in the RB3D days you rarely saw this type of behaviour, you definitely never saw the word "noob" appearing. These days you can pick an old hand when you see a "S!" given after a kill. It was a sad day for me when during a routine session in IL2 BOS that I saw messages such as "f*** u f***et" and "noob" being posted. Flight simulations are complex games with steep learning curves, they take years of virtual flying/combat experience to gain the knowledge required to become truly successful in them against the best in the business and you usually find a large contingent of highly intelligent, passionate players in both the game and the forums. I really hope we can bring back the gaming experience and level of respect between players as we had in the past. The Bf109 is the greatest aircraft in history by the way and I love the coziness of the cockpit....S!
  14. Your in for a treat....listen to me very carefully MrHemlocks, drop everything in your life at this present moment and download this game, strap yourself into a Bf109 F4 and get yourself into the air immediately, it would be a great moral indecency to do anything else..forget your family, your friends, your job, everything....get the game now, you dont know what you have been missing
  15. Awesome game/simulation, brings joy to my heart and also addiction (if you ask my wife).... I spend a lot of time during meetings at work with my mind wandering off to hunting Laggs and Yaks over Stalingrad ni the beautiful Bf 109. Looking forward to the evolution of the game, I will be supporting it all the way. Congrats devs..
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