For your information, you can use this solution (CPU affinity to 1 core) on other games that came out before the multi core era.
Alone in the Dark (2008) fixed lots of issues by launching it with 1 cpu core only (there is another fix for the resolution problem/freezing).
You can also use this webiste : [url=https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Titanic:_Adventure_Out_of_Time]https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Titanic:_Adventure_Out_of_Time[/url]
New fixes for older games are always added to this site (you can also add your fixes).
Hi everyone, I had this issue and setting the process affinity to use a single CPU seems to have fixed it for me.
For some silly reason I can't post links, but if you search Google for "windows 10 set processor affinity permanently" you should find some instructions. Here is how to set it with a shortcut:
- Right click on your desktop and select "New" then "Shortcut".
- In the location box, enter:
cmd.exe /c start "Titanic" /affinity 1 "<path to TI.EXE>"
For example, mine is:
cmd.exe /c start "Titanic" /affinity 1 "D:\Games\Titanic Adventure Out of Time\TI.EXE"
Then click "Next" and name your shortcut "Titanic" or whatever you like.
If you're using any Windows compatibility mode features, you'll have to right click on the shortcut and choose "Run as administrator" or it won't actually set the affinity. I turned the compability features off and it still works fine.