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UO Enhanced Client Windows 10

Discussion in 'UO Enhanced Client Discussion' started by Donal Mor, May 3, 2019.

  1. Donal Mor

    Donal Mor Lore Keeper
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    Recently reinstalled UO Enhanced Client. First time on windows 10. The client won't display. It patches. It launches and will show in the task manager but does not put a window up.

    Classic client works fine... tho tiny. Hence the desire to get the EC working.

    Have already tried running it in the various older system modes and as an admin.

    Windows Version 1809.
    GeForce 1080ti with current drivers.
    X299 motherboard.

    Thanks,

    Donal Mor
     
  2. synack

    synack Visitor

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    Hey I know it's a few months late but I was having a similar issue due to high core counts on my Threadripper. I have to run a .bat containing the following code to start my client.
    Code:
    @setlocal enableextensions
    @cd /d "%~dp0"
    Start  /AFFINITY FF UOSA.exe
    
    Just copy it into a file named start.bat in your UO EC folder. Right click, and run as administrator. This script will use the first 8 cores, but you'll want to change the hex "FF" to something more applicable for your system (there are guides via google for this). This specific script works on a Threadripper 2950x.


    edit: alternatively if you are on threadripper, set your CPU to game mode using Ryzen Master software.