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    Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions of WWII Minimum System Requirements

    Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64 2.4GHz Processor
    1GB RAM
    7GB Hard Disk Space
    DirectX 9.0c
    64MB DirectX 9.0c Compliant Shader 2.0 Video Card*
    DirectX 9.0c Compliant Sound Card
    2X DVD-ROM Drive

    Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions of WWII Recommended System Requirements

    Intel Core 2 Duo 6320 or AMD Athlon64 X2 4200 Processor
    2GB RAM
    7GB Hard Disk Space
    DirectX 9.0c
    256MB ATI Radeon X-800 HD/Nvidia GeForce 6 Video Card*
    DirectX 9.0c Compliant Sound Card

    Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions of WWII Download Minimum System Requirements

    Supported OS: Windows® XP (only)
    Processor:1 GHz Pentium® IV or AMD Athlon processor (3 GHz Pentium IV or AMD Athlon or better recommended)
    RAM: 256 MB (1 GB recommended)
    Video Card: 64 MB DirectX® 9.0c compliant (256 MB recommended*
    Sound Card: Direct X 9.0c compliant
    DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c
    Hard Drive Space: 6.0 GB
    Peripherals Supported: Windows-compliant mouse, keyboard, joysticks, gamepad
    Multiplayer: 64 Kbps upstream broadband internet connection or faster

    *Supported Video Cards at Time of Release
    ATI® Radeon® 8000/9000/X series
    NVIDIA® GeForce® 3/4/FX/6/7 Series (GeForce 4 MX NOT supported)

    Laptop versions of these chipsets may work but are NOT supported.

    Please ensure that your System meets the above requirements before you make your purchase.
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    Please make a list which joysticks are supported at this time with the patch 1.01.

    thx
    sebbusch
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    ubi.com Forums Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII Blazing Angels 1 & 2: Community Technical Help
    saitek ciborg evo works ok but not force feedbac
    efect
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    duz it work for VISTA?

    coz
    I have a BIG problem, I have Blazing angels and I have installed it on my computer but when I try to start the game the Ubisofts protection system pops up:
    "To lauch the application, you need to install additional libraries on your computer, Would you like to install them knwo?" then I press Yes
    and it says "to install you must have adminastrative Privleges" but i do i am the admin, im confused please help!
    i copied the 1st part from another guy but if it dunt say it, i have Windows Vista Home Edition


    please help asap
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    Are thsi requirements completely accurate?

    coz says this in the min ones:

    64MB DirectX 9.0c Compliant Shader 2.0 Video Card*

    At the time of the 64Mb cards shader 2.0 was not very common as far I know


    and then this:

    *Supported Video Cards at Time of Release
    ATI® Radeon® 8000/9000/X series
    NVIDIA® GeForce® 3/4/FX/6/7 Series


    Radeon 8000/9200 and Geforce 3/4Ti didn't have shaders 2.0 were 1.1


    It seems ubi juss have some general requieremnts they use them when print the boxes but they sometimes don't seems chek well just print them on the box

    It reminds me when I bought POP T2T and King Kong and the reqs said dthe Geforce 4MX was not supported but worked those games for me on that card
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    The game case says that it will work on windows vista but every where I read it says only XP...WTH????
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    Steam website selling this game LIES about the system specs require to play! I paid, waited TWENTY HOURS for the download to finish, and it won't run!

    Naturally, a week later, no response from Tech Support.

    DO NOT BUY FROM STEAM. THEY WILL RIP YOU OFF.
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    System requirements, windows version support...

    Hi,

    Pretty much necro-ing this forum, but after fiddling around with the new windows 10 creators update, and after contacting ubisoft about why they removed it from the steam store(to wich their support staff replied within 20 hours!), I do feel the need to share some information on how to get the game running on modern systems:

    - Windows XP: Works
    - Windows Vista: Works with service pack 2 and compatibility mode set to windows XP, you do need a local administrator account to install and run it.
    - Windows 7&8: Install the game to another directory then c:\program files\etc... install it to for instance C:\BA2, set compatibility mode to WinXP SP3, install and run as local admin.
    - Windows 10 RTM: The game will be able to run ONCE, if you unpack directX8 files into your install directory, after that you have to reinstall it to get it running a second time once.
    - Windows 10 with the applied creators update(Build 16275): Install it, and it just works, no fiddling with settings needed whatsoever.

    Now there still is the issue of multiplayer servers from ubisoft no longer running(the xbox360 version still has functional online MP!), but you can use VPN or Tunngle to set up a virtual LAN link with your buddies to fly with one another or against eachother.

    To Ubisoft: The community who has been working on keeping this title playable was a bit saddened that you took it out of the steam store, when now there is an out-of-the-box solution to get the game running again, while we are all very aware that the game is over a decade old bynow, there is no other game with a similar setting, valid flight model(HAWX was too easy) or co-op multiplayer scenario's on the market, the stuff Gajin put out was less polished in every way, and all support was dropped when they came out with WoWarplanes. If you decide to keep it off of steam, please negotiate with Good Old Games for a redistribution, or put it in your own store so new licenses can still be obtained. Ofcourse there are people still interested in a game in a similar style or a strict combat space sim. While you never see a flightstick on the shelves these days, you can get descent HOTAS systems for under 50 USD now from both Speedlink and Thrustmaster through webshops, there is a market, not a large one, but one can always hope...
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