I tried running fighting force on windows 7 and it won’t work

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 I  recently changed the operating system of my desktop from Windows XP to Windows 7. I tried running fighting force on windows 7 and it is not working. Is fighting force not compatible with my new system?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #166922

I tried running fighting force on windows 7 and it won’t work

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Fighting Force is an action type game. It is made for playstation. I've also played this game. You can't play playstation game on pc. You have to play it on a playstation device.

But there is tool with which you can play playstation games on pc. The tool's name is ePSXe. You can download it from its official website: http://www.epsxe.com/download.php

Enjoy playing Fighting Force!

Answered By 0 points N/A #166923

I tried running fighting force on windows 7 and it won’t work

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Hello Mitzi,

The information you have provided is not enough to answer it properly but what i can understand is you need to download a patch for windows 7 to make it compatible with windows 7. Obviously you can run this game on this operating system. I need to know that was it working with windows XP without any involvement of third party software? If yes than please download a patch for fighting force for windows 7.

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Answered By 572895 points N/A #306365

I tried running fighting force on windows 7 and it won’t work

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If you are referring to the classic game “Fighting Force,” it doesn’t support Windows 7 that’s why it doesn’t run. The game is very old to run on Microsoft Windows 7. You are even lucky to play it on Microsoft Windows XP but most old games still run on Windows XP. “Fighting Force” supports Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Millennium.

Fighting Force

It requires at least 90 MHz or faster processor, 16 MB RAM, Microsoft DirectX 5.2-compatible video card, sound card, and optical drive. This is a very old game designed for slow machines. I’m not sure if it’ll run on modern fast computers.

If you were able to play it on Windows XP, one workaround you can try on Windows 7 is to run the game in compatibility mode for Windows XP. If you managed to install the game on Windows 7, right-click it on your desktop and select “Properties.”

On the next screen, select “Compatibility” tab then check “Run this program in compatibility mode for” and then select “Windows XP” from the dropdown list. Click “OK” and then try the game. See if it works.

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