Hi peepz, ill cut to the chase. When ever i try to start Dawn of War this is what happens at the game menu... [ATTACH]58810[/ATTACH] and when i try to start a mission it goes to the loading screen the crashes and goes back to the desktop. Any help would be much appriciated as i just got this game and havn't had a chance to play it.
For the Emperor! Knights of Caliban!
16th March 2004
ouch! what type of grafic card are you useing? could be the problem right there!
[color=#000000][size=2][b][i]Heralds of the coming doom, Like the cry of the Raven, we are drawn, This oath of war and vengeance, On a blade of exalted iron sworn, With blood anointed swords
Filefront Tech Dude
28th December 2006
Have you tried running the game in 640x480 mode? You will have to edit one of the files in the directory and edit it a bit, this is shown in the manual. Also try to run the Graphics Config, it usually can get the game at a good level..
Find out what your graphics card is and then download the latest drivers from it's site on the web. If that fails it's the de install re install i'm afraid. Run the config as blub says but in my opinion thats going to do nowt for you.
Sa Anupuw;4011042ouch! what type of grafic card are you useing? could be the problem right there!
I using a Nvidia GEForce graphics card, funny this is, is that first time i played it it worked fine with out problems then exited and logged off, next time i tried to play it the problem occurred. Thx anyway
You should have the option to run the config from the start menu task bar if you got xp. I don't know if Vista is the same setup or not. Is your graphipcs card over 68mb which is DoWs minimum requirement?
SteviEboY;4012461You should have the option to run the config from the start menu task bar if you got xp. I don't know if Vista is the same setup or not. Is your graphipcs card over 68mb which is DoWs minimum requirement?
kk i got xp nd im on start menu but cant c it
Start > All Programmes > THQ > Dawn of War > Graphocs Option Tool
29th January 2007
go into my computer>view system information>hardware>device manager>display adapters.
tell us what card is there.
Or turn on start>run>type dxdiag -- display bar, that tells you how much memoery you have is better :~ Now we'll know exactly what you've got.