This is a re-uploaded C&C Generals Zero Hour Mod \"2015 : Waste Land Conflict\" from year 2004. The setup file was originally downloaded from (now defunct) FilePlanet.2015 : Waste Land Conflict is a mod which includes 4 new factions:- Thailand- India- Pakistan- BritainAlso, includes slightly altered game mechanics such as:- basic infantry cannot damage the armored vehicle (unless it has been upgraded with grenade launcher).- garrisoned buildings will be no visually changed for avoid detection.- vehicles will have a long attack range when compares with infantry.- tanks have limited ammunition.- heavy armor vehicles require power to operate. If the power is shortage, those vehicles will be offline.- (some what)realistic nuclear effects.- and many more.The game design was from year 2004-2005 (16 years ago), so some game mechanics will be outdated by now.This also apply to the art assets, too.The mod is not compatible with C&C Generals Zero Hour patch 1.05 or later.
The Zero Hour 1.06 patch was made and tested by the H2 Clan (Yumi, Sparky, AngryHan, j4m3sb0nd, Tr][ky, lionheart, Star Ocean, ReLaX, bliNd-, ^spAmmAAjA^, spalding; with AngryHan credited for the INI coding and ReLaX for maps). This patch was made in order to fix bugs and resolve balance issues that remained in 1.04 (the last official version) and the 1.05x series of unofficial patches that preceded it. In CNCNZ.com game nights, this will be the selected patch for multiplayer (unless mods are used).
Windows XP: C:\\Documents and Settings\\\\My Documents\\Command and Conquer Generals Zero Hour DataWindows Vista and later: C:\\Users\\\\Documents\\Command and Conquer Generals Zero Hour Data2. Create a shortcut to your generals.exe (the one in the Zero Hour folder, not original Generals). If you do have a ZH shotcut already, copy/paste it and rename it. Locate this ZH folder somewhere inside the TFD folder or where you placed it along the \"advanced user\" installation (in the case of).(Note: One can have as much patches one wants simultaneously, by making an analoge procedure. Just make sure you have the proper .big file and a correspondent shortcut. Each shortcut can point to each of your patches).3. Open shortcut properties. Add this line to the Target box \"-mod Patch1.06.big\", without the quotes. The final result should be like \"\\generals.exe -mod Patch1.06.big\".
Since all GLA's are a lot alike, GLA Vanilla never saw a lot of daylight; it just lacked an exclusive skill. Having the ability to do almost everything just didn't compare to the specific GLA generals' signature strengths as much as desired. GLA Vanilla may have a ton of creative options, but previous patches offered no use for these and it was outmatched by its comrades.However, this has changed with patch 1.06. From being inferior in nearly all places to having a great niche use with it's cheap and colourful arsenal, GLA Vanilla can do everything and found it's rightful place alongside Toxin, Demolition and Stealth.
Dr. Thrax's signature abilities involve around anthrax. Most of his units have toxin traits, which gives them natural anti-infantry capabilities. Another one of the main strengths Thrax possesses is a huge advantage in urban warfare; the fact that his Rebels and Toxin Tunnel Networks instantly clear garissoned structures makes him able to overcome and hold urban areas with great ease.Though it is thanks to other aspects that the Toxin faction is seen as massively overpowered in any pre-1.05e patch. The sheer power Dr. Thrax possessed was unmatched by any other GLA faction, coming forth through the likes of Toxin Tunnels, Anthrax Gamma missiles, Toxin Rebel Ambush and even the Toxin SCUD Storm. They were unfairly powerful in a multitude of situations.1.06 aims to tone down Thrax's peaks of overpoweredness and to focus more on his signature strengths. While still being very powerful, Toxin has been brought down to earth and is much more beatable on all fronts than it was before.
Guerrilla Games has just released a new patch for Horizon Forbidden West. Update 1.05 is now available to download on both PlayStation 5 and PS4, and it makes a long list of fixes. While there are still some issues outstanding the developer is aware of, this should go a long way in improving the experience for players. By the way, if you are playing the game, be sure to stop by our Horizon Forbidden West guide.
The update itself is just over 450MB in size, so get it downloaded and installed to fix all the above. Again, Guerrilla is aware of Forbidden West's visual issues such as shimmering when moving the camera, and is actively working on more fixes. Patch 1.05 will do wonderfully for now, though.
Credits to Guerilla... but again, why has this not been tested enough before the release or before doing a day one patch Seriously all the day one gamers are the beta testers again. Thank you. The shimmering in performance mode makes me almost selling the game because I cannot play in 30FPS. Thats my personal problem, but it is like it is. In quality mode, the overexposure and oversharpening is cruel besides the 30FPS to me too. I will give it another go this evening with the 1.05 patch. On the other side cyberpunk PS5 version sucked me in that hard that I didnt feel to playing forbidden west. I waited 14 month for it you all know why... never played the PS4 version. First world problems I know... GT7 next week.
A new NBA 2K22 update 1.05 released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The official NBA 2K22 1.05 patch notes are not available yet. However, players are reporting loading speed, fixes, and more. Apart from this, NBA 2K22 patch 1.05 also includes performance improvements.
Horizon Forbidden West fans haven't had too much to complain about since the game launched on PS5 and PS4. The open-world action game has received rave reviews, with critics praising its visual style and gameplay. However, despite the game looking so good, developer Guerrilla has promised to improve the visuals in upcoming updates. It starts with update 1.05, which is available to download now on PlayStation consoles. Guerrilla explains more: \"Patch 1.05 for Horizon Forbidden West launches today! Our team has been hard at work to address some of the issues you reported, and will continue to look into issues and feedback from our community.\" You can see the full list of Horizon Forbidden West update 1.05 patch notes below.
Note: Vista/7 Users should install the game in Admin mode, to do this run Windows Explorer then browse to your DVD drive,right click on Setup.exe -> Properties -> Compatibility > Tick \"Run This Program as an Administrator\". Also please install DrectX 9c for Windows Vista (32bit & 64bit)/Windows 7 (32bit) from the following link: =enFor Windows 7 64bit download & install the DirectX SDK from March 2008: =en&id=10568Load up both the 32bit and 64bit DirectX Control Panels and enable Hardware Acceleration:Start -> All Programs -> Microsoft DirectX SDK (March 2008) -> DirectX Utilities -> DirectX Control Panel -> DirectDraw -> Tick \"Hardware Acceleration\" -> Click OKStart -> All Programs -> Microsoft DirectX SDK (March 2008) -> DirectX Utilities (64-Bit) -> DirectX Control Panel -> DirectDraw -> Tick \"Hardware Acceleration\" -> Click OKThis will mean that all the older versions of DirectX are correctly installed and should avoid problems (mainly with Renegade) of games loading and not showing anything but a black screen.The methods and tools in this text are intended to fix problems and get the games running properly.Note that most of the fixes on this page are files you need to put in your game folder. The default TFD installation folder is:\"C:\\Program Files\\EA Games\\Command & Conquer The First Decade\\\"If it's not there, simply right-click on the TFD launcher link on your desktop, go to Properties and see which directory it launches from. That should be the sub-folder \"Launcher\"of the main TFD install folder. There should be a \"Find Target\" button to go right to that location. If you go one directory up from there you end up in the main install folder.In there you will find a folder for each of the games, and a few more for the TFD launcher, patches and internet files.Unofficial 1.03 PatchThis patch contains most of the fixes listed in this thread, get it here: or alternatively here: -comm.com/community/index....a=view;down=16Note: This patch includes files which cause problems with Internet play in TS, RA2 & YR, please check those sections after installing for the solutions to these problems.Nyerguds' guide to installing & patching TFD: -design.com/...lling_tfd.html(note that this is mostly just the manual way of applying all fixes that are in patch 1.03)General fixes:Games won't run in Vista/7: Vista/7 users should take ownership of the TFD main folder. To do this, right click on the \"Command & Conquer The First Decade\" folder,go to Properties -> Security -> Advanced -> Owner -> Edit -> Select your username -> Tick \"Replace Owner\" box -> Apply.Vista/7 users should also disable User Account Control:Start -> Control Panel -> User Accounts -> Turn User Account Control On Or Off -> Untick \"Use User Account Control\" -> OK -> RestartBusiness & Ultimate users:Start -> Control Panel -> Classic View -> Administrative Tools -> Local Security Policy -> Local Polices -> Security Options ->User Account Control: Behaviour of the elevation prompt for administrators in Admin Approval Mode -> Change to: Elevate without promptingUser Account Control: Run all administrators in Admin Approval Mode. Change to: Disable-> RestartGames won't install:Check that your DVD-ROM supports dual-layered disc's - to do this, go toControl Panel > System > Device Manager (Vista/7)Control Panel > System > Hardware > Device Manager (XP)copy the model name of the DVD-ROM into Google (or any other search engine) and look for a site that lists its specifications.\"Autorun.exe is not a valid Win32 Application\" errors can be fixed by removing InCd - it seems to cause conflicts