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03-01-2009   #1 (permalink)
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Default Lag Semi-Fix (Requires Regisitry Editing)

Do this at your own risk. Please follow all instructions thoroughly.
Most gamers have already done this at sometime... but this will improve the game play by a bit. For me this completely removed all the lag.

You are going to need to edit your registry.

First Do this
1. Click Start
2. Click Run
3. Type into the box regedit and enter
4. There should be a box now move onto PART A.


PART A - TcpAckFrequency - The location you need to edit is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces\
1. Click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
2. Click SYSTEM
3. Click CurrentControlSet
4. Click Services
5. Click Tcpip
6. Click Parameters
7. Click Interfaces
8. There are going to be a lot of random numbers/letters here. They will look something like this {7DBA6EDA-FAE8-4002-A28F-4D2B57AE8094}.
9. Open up command prompt (look below for help)
10. Type in ipconfig/all
11. Now there should be a list of IP address and such
12. Go back to your regedit window and go through all the stuff there and see if you can find the one with the same information as the one in the command prompt window.
13. Now right click the area
14. Choose add new DWORD
15. Type in TcpAckFrequency (Case Sensitive)
16. Now right click the new entry
17. Click modify
18. Now change the value to 1 (default value is 2, basically deleting the entry)


PART B - TCPNoDelay - Location in you need to edit is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSMQ\Paramet ers
If you cannot find the location it means you need to install the program. Microsoft Message Queuing
1. Click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
2. SOFTWARE
3. Microsoft
4. MSMQ
5. Parameters
6. There should be a TCPNoDelay alreayd if not then do this:
a. Right click
b. Add DWORD
c. Name it TCPNoDelay (case sensitive)
d. Right click and modify to 1 (default is 2)
Command Prompt
1. Click Start
2. Click Run
3. Type cmd

I hope this helps anyone, but it's not a permanent fix.

Make sure to restart your computer to see any difference.


Quote:
Originally Posted by lazirusienca
I figured out how to install MSMQ onto Vista if it doesn't have it.

START
RUN
Type CMD

In Command Prompt enter

ocsetup MSMQ-Container;MSMQ-Server;MSMQ-Triggers

That should run the optional program installer, and for me it ran in the background, it didn't show up but after a few minutes of waiting, i checked the REGEDIT and it was there.

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Last edited by Shugi; 01-26-2010 at 09:26 AM.