Have you tried a compatibility mode?
slicingman said: im not sure where you would find it...
Creat a Shortcut to the desktop and alternate click properties then it might be there somewhere... im not sure :S
Doles said:Eveything happens too quickly, like the game is running at 4 or 5 times it's normal speed.
DoYL said: what it seems that does is only allows the application to use one core rather than spread itself over a few.
skids-undi said: I got Saints Row 2 running fine on win7
skids-undi said: I installed it and it ran fine
Also on vista since my brother got one too
Cd install though you HAVE to have a steam account, so pretty much same game
scamper2 said: I also run it fine on Windows 7, mind you - it's a terrible console port - so poorly optimized for PC.
DailySmoke said: Aight guys this is THE ULTIMATE SOLUTION. For all of you people who got this problem just like me, simply download [Cheat Engine]. Once you done that...
1.Run Cheat Engine
2.Run Saints Row 2
3.Go back to cheat engine using [Alt-Tab] and go to process on the top of the program right between [Edit and Help] and go select the game.
4.Then, on the right , select [speedhack] and set the speed to 0.75.
There you go.. Bug fixed
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