Recent content by E.G.E.Bakker

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    Re - introduction

    Your kind words are appreciated regards, Fr.Ed Bakker --- old post above --- --- new post below --- Hello EP Good to hear from you and nice to see that you are still around. I guess with all the pressures of 2012, it is not always easy to set time aside for a hobby, but it is...
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    A timetable for Cl421. cig open

    Thank you Ryan I have got it to work now. regards, Father Ed Bakker
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    A timetable for Cl421. cig open

    Thank you Ryan It does not seem to work on the train in question. Cheers, Father Ed Bakker
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    A timetable for Cl421. cig open

    Hello again I have the Ashford to London route - open BVE and could not find the trains , which belong to the route, mainly due to the fact of broken links. I am using the above mentioned train. I have managed to find the time table, which is missing. Would anyone be able to give me...
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    Re - introduction

    Hello Everone I was a member of this forum last year when residing in New Zealand. Since then I have moved across to be closer with family and now live in Bendigo, Victoria ,Australia. I am still a keen BVE fan,ventured out a bit more into Open BVE and also MSTS. I want to say "hello"...
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    BVE2 Japanese railcar Kiha40_kame

    Hello Friends, Currently this train is giving me sound problems, only the horn. I tried to replace the horn with a different one, but pressing the enter key does not help. Could the file be corrupt? If you have a clean copy of this train, I would love a copy. Thanks & keep warm. Ed...
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    Mystery train ( Scot Rail )

    Morning Quite so , I sort of guessed 303, because I have a very old version of that train on my files. But somehow had another picture on file of the am3 version, but could not place it. Anyway thanks to all concerned , it has been resolved and beermaddavep managed to get me a copy...
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    Mystery train ( Scot Rail )

    Thanks for your comments regards, Ed Bakker --- old post above --- --- new post below --- Thank you Would anyone have a copy of David White's version? Much obliged. cheers, Ed Bakker
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    Mystery train ( Scot Rail )

    Hello Friends Have a look at enclosed picture, can you identify the train and if so do you have a copy, which you could sent to me ? Cheers, Ed Bakker
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    Influence of GV-NS84S-5121 on BVE 4

    Hello Ryan I have copied your comments to the guy, who installed GV NS84S-5121 on my computer and will see what he has to say , I have got to be careful that the whole exercise is going to cost me too much money for what it is worth. Before the GV was installed I ran BVE2,4 and open BVE and...
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    Influence of GV-NS84S-5121 on BVE 4

    Hello Mike Once again thanks for your comments. I must have baffled a number of people on different forums with this issue, because the only feedback I got so far is from Rail UK Forums and yourself. When I said yesterday that I could drive from New Castle to Carlisle on BVE4 with the...
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    Influence of GV-NS84S-5121 on BVE 4

    QUOTE=mbonwick;426759]Alas, I think you may have found that your card just can't cope with the inefficient way BVE4 works with big routes like NWM. As a last-ditch kinda thing, may I suggest you try openBVE? Hi there Mike Thanks. Ironically the card works with BVE4 routes such as...
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    Influence of GV-NS84S-5121 on BVE 4

    Mike Thanks for your efforts. Both drives I already have in place. I have noticed however that I can run BVE 4 Birmingham xcity without any problems and also the New Castle to Carlisle route. Main culpril the West Midlands routes. The clock ticks over too slow. the controls move better...
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    Influence of GV-NS84S-5121 on BVE 4

    Morning Mike the answer is : 6.14.11.90.38 regards, Ed Bakker
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    Influence of GV-NS84S-5121 on BVE 4

    Hi Michael It is a NVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS Graphics accelerator and the model number is GV-N84S-5121 cheers, Ed Bakker

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