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Hello guys and girls, i'm about to buy either laptop or tablet just for purpose for Wurm. I would like something quiet and be able to run two clients on medium high or high settings. Im not so sure about the tablet tho. About the laptop - MSI GT72, not so sure about this one. It costs over 1200 pounds and looks like overpowered for Wurm but who knows. Better suggestions? Must be more silent. About the tablet - Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet - quite small screen for Wurm but the projector would compensate this. or Microsoft Surface Pro 4 All of them cost about the same. 1200 pounds ish. Now i dont know. On one hand i dont want to spend that much money but if its worth im willing to spend that. I want to occassionaly play Wurm but watch movies and have something more portable as well. Lenovo tab seems as the best solution but ive had Lenovo yoga tab 3 pro lately and wasnt very happy with the lenovo software. Except the projector the tablet is completely useless even if you root it or unencrypt data or whatever the "solutions" are for this one. Suggestions? Suggestions? Suggestions? Thank you. Stinky
For a few weeks now my client randomly disconnects and/or crashes when run on my Samsung Series 7 ultrabook. (Everything worked smoothly before that.) I'm trying to find the reason (suspect WLAN issues), so maybe someone has a good idea to help me. Sometimes the client reconnects on its own, but usually there is a creash with a Java crash dump, saying: Sorry about the German error message, can't change it. The translation would be something like "Existing link disconnected by host software". Is this something others have experienced too?
Ok - I know that you *can* play Wurm on a modern notebook, but I'd like to find out what kind of mobile PC you need to get a reasonable performance and graphics quality. I'm currently playing Wurm on a desktop PC (Intel Core i7-2600K, 3.4 GHz, 8GB RAM, Geforce GTX 580, dual screen), giving me excellent graphics and a good game performance. Now I'm planning to buy an ultrabook with Intel Core i7-3517U (1.9 GHz), 4GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics 4000 - and I have no idea what Wurm will feel like on such a machine. Will it be pleasant to play - or wil it be slow and awkward? I bet some of you are playing on a similar hardware platform, and I would be interested to learn about your experience. Are there better alternatives than the one described above? What do you recommend?
For all the contracts and writs.. I know some ppl that have up to 40 between all the contracts and writs, that's a lot of inventory slots taken up so they have to put them in a flask or backpack etc, it would be neat and organized, IMO, to have them all in a notebook you make out of several papyrus sheets some nails or maybe even animal fat as glue even tho its really boiling of animal connective tissues to make glue in olden days if I'm not too far mistaken. And have the notebook non drop on death