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#1 13 years ago

This is what it says when i open CoD 2 Multiplayer..

Fatal Error

Error during initialization: Create2DTexture( $floatz, 640, 480, 0, 114 ) failed: 8876086c = Invalid Call

then when i click ok this comes up:

------------------------------- ----- Client Initialization ----- ----- Client Initialization Complete ----- ----- R_Init ----- Getting Direct3D 9 interface... Pixel shader version is 2.0 Vertex shader version is 2.0 Video card or driver doesn't support separate alpha blend, glow will be disabled. Direct3D 7 code path is available. Direct3D 9 code path is available. Using Direct3D 9 code path because it is the best available path on this hardware. Attempting 640 x 480 fullscreen with 32 bpp at 60 hz Game window successfully created. Creating Direct3D device... Com_TouchMemory: 0 msec. Using sum: 0 Initializing render targets... Requested frame buffer to be 24-bit color with 8-bit alpha DirectX returned a frame buffer that is 24-bit color with 8-bit alpha Error during initialization: Create2DTexture( $floatz, 640, 480, 0, 114 ) failed: 8876086c = Invalid call

Any clue to what this means?:bawl:

oh, and can someone hit me up with a cfg that gives decent fps? thnx:)




surfreak

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#2 13 years ago

what are your comp specs??? did you try a reinstall??? sounds like a problem with your video card---i wouldnt know cause you DIDNT say what your running!!! help people help you man... how does your single player run???




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#3 13 years ago

um, im a computer nub, don't know much about it

my single player runs fine, get a decent 45 fps, no fatal errors




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#4 13 years ago

Yeah we need your computer specs before anything. Looks like there is an error with your DirectX or there is a messed up file.




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#5 13 years ago

well, how can i get my computer specs? :bows:




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#6 13 years ago

Go to "Start", click "Run". Then type in "dxdiag". It should show you everything. I cant remember if it shows what graphics card you have though. If it doesnt, just right click on the desktop, go to "Properties", click the "Settings" tab, then "Advanced", at the bottom right. You should see something about the graphics card that you have in there. Also, make sure that you have the latest drivers for it.




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#7 13 years ago

Most likley your computer is powerfull enough to play it....thats why its probly crashing. Its either that or out-dated graphics card drivers.




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#8 13 years ago

well, i fixed it by un-installing the game and re-installing it to a new directory, thanks for your help everyone:p




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#9 13 years ago

now i just need to help to raise my fps in multiplayer from 5 to atleast 20 or so, any ideas there?




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#10 13 years ago

bilinear rendering... turn off anti alaising... use DX7... read about 100 posts on fps configs pertaining to your set-up... match the frame rate with the framerate of your monitor...




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