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UPDATE! We will be bringing down STO in 1hr 22min for emergency maintenance. ETA is 2 hrs (2AM) PDT. Details here.
Update! The queue is clear for now :) Thanks for your patience as we worked to get all players in. (Note: There may be small, sporadic queues as more players log in.)
Update! We are aware that some players are seeing an error upon login and are working to resolve this.
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"Login failed for unknown reason" error
Missing additional character slot for current/ lapsed Gold Members
Ok, I think its fixed, possibly my connection been bad today was the problem. I was able to log late last night finally, I dunno if it was that the servers were really busy but it kept giving me errors server not responding. (I figured my connection)
I dont think this new problem is related to the card. I will wait till after the maintenance today and see how the graphics perform at a higher setting now that the broadband connection is much better than yesterday, ill reply with anything new soon.
If you could post on how "well" the card handles the game that would be good for everyone to know.
I just this past week upgraded both my gf's and my primary systems with GeForce 220's w/1gb ram onboard and it runs flawless. and i used the Gforce 210 512mb on the secondary and still runs great.
My Primary - 1360x768 on a 27" LCD HDTV using RGB Connection
Gf's Primary - 1440x900 on an Acer AL1917W LCD Monitor using DVI Connection
Home Theater PC (secondary) - 1360x768 on a 40" LCD HDTV using RGB Connection
any other specs you want/need please feel free to PM me