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Re: new to online racing

Post by cpuguru » Mon Apr 25, 2011 12:51 pm

Youll never get a response from these people.. you need to ask a question about skins and they will be all over it.

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Re: new to online racing

Post by Vann » Mon Apr 25, 2011 3:56 pm

GO to rfactor.com and read over the specs


If you have a pc built in the last 2 or 3 years with an OK video card you should be OK.


I no longer mess with rFactor just too much to down load and never know if you have the right tracks. I only run at iracing now even though it is all pavement I am having running

If Boz puts out a track pack and Update all in one I would down load and start running again from time to time. Dirt Factor late models are alot of fun also

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Re: new to online racing

Post by JJMITCH » Mon Apr 25, 2011 6:16 pm

raceboy2j wrote:Youll never get a response from these people.. you need to ask a question about skins and they will be all over it.
If you don't have anything positive to say then don't speak at all. Many of us get on here and try to help as much as possible just as Vann did above. If you need help with something let me know.
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Re: new to online racing

Post by cpuguru » Mon Apr 25, 2011 8:19 pm

If you actually look, I have posted.. a few times in different threads.. still no help..

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Re: new to online racing

Post by racer9 » Mon Apr 25, 2011 8:29 pm

raceboy2j wrote:Youll never get a response from these people.. you need to ask a question about skins and they will be all over it.
So true
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Re: new to online racing

Post by ChickmagnetRacing » Mon Apr 25, 2011 9:06 pm

racer9 wrote:
raceboy2j wrote:Youll never get a response from these people.. you need to ask a question about skins and they will be all over it.
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Re: new to online racing

Post by nymodfan » Thu Apr 28, 2011 12:41 am

Get the late models from dirt works designs and download some tracks from Boz. After you get comfortable with the game go in and change some of the AI dry grip and the tracks will work. Working on getting the sprints to work offline but you could not race them online.

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Re: new to online racing

Post by cpuguru » Fri Apr 29, 2011 12:25 am

again.. you guys need to read the post.. what do you have to download exactly and where.. because in case you havent noticed there are quite a few options on the websites.

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Re: new to online racing

Post by Deez Nuts » Fri Apr 29, 2011 10:56 am

raceboy2j wrote:again.. you guys need to read the post.. what do you have to download exactly and where.. because in case you havent noticed there are quite a few options on the websites.
http://www.bozracing.com/forums/viewtop ... =77&t=2144

maybe if you would have taken the time to look around the BOZ website instead of complaining on here, you would have found this and would be racing by now.

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Re: new to online racing

Post by cpuguru » Fri Apr 29, 2011 12:31 pm

Maybe if the so called know it alls (seems to be you) would say that earlier.. it might have helped out..

Besides, The first post i put here was just stating what was true. Others seem to agree

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Re: new to online racing

Post by George Costanza » Fri Apr 29, 2011 12:35 pm

raceboy2j wrote:Maybe if the so called know it alls (seems to be you) would say that earlier.. it might have helped out..

Besides, The first post i put here was just stating what was true. Others seem to agree
You are posting questions about a video game on a tracks forum how much support do you think you'll find here? Post on the game or mods forum for help, didn't assume it was that hard to figure out.

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Re: new to online racing

Post by Deez Nuts » Fri Apr 29, 2011 12:49 pm

raceboy2j wrote:Maybe if the so called know it alls (seems to be you) would say that earlier.. it might have helped out..

Besides, The first post i put here was just stating what was true. Others seem to agree

since so many people agree, I'll give everyone a free pass...ask any question about rfactor and BOZ sprints and I will answer to the best of my knowledge. I'm all for getting more people playing.

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Re: new to online racing

Post by cpuguru » Fri Apr 29, 2011 7:20 pm

George Costanza wrote:
raceboy2j wrote:Maybe if the so called know it alls (seems to be you) would say that earlier.. it might have helped out..

Besides, The first post i put here was just stating what was true. Others seem to agree
You are posting questions about a video game on a tracks forum how much support do you think you'll find here? Post on the game or mods forum for help, didn't assume it was that hard to figure out.
Well thats why i posted it here.. in the GAME forum.. Did not know there was another forum for it and again no one here ever made it obvious.

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Re: new to online racing

Post by Vann » Mon May 02, 2011 4:38 pm

Here like I said go to rfactor and look http://www.rfactor.net/features/#sysreqs

Runs Best With

Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 processor
Windows XP
2048 MB RAM
Geforce 7900 GT or Radeon X1900 GT
256 MB video RAM
DirectX 9.0c
2.0 GB of hard drive space for installation
Internet connection required for one-time activation




System Requirements

1.4 GHz processor
Windows 98 SE, ME, 2000, XP, XP 64-bit, Vista (will NOT run in Windows 95 or Windows 98 first edition)
512 MB RAM
Geforce4 4200 or Radeon 9200
128 MB video RAM
DirectX 9.0c
2.0 GB of hard drive space for installation
Internet connection required for one-time activation



Sprint go here http://bozracing.dirtshed.com/dnn/SprintCarMod.aspx

For the tracks go here http://bozracing.dirtshed.com/dnn/Tracks.aspx

rich0308 wrote:i know this this is a crazy question!! but could someone plz tell me what would be the minimum requirements that i would need to run online. boz racing for example
This should answer your question correct? If not let me know or try to be more specific with your question

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Re: new to online racing

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