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atablckblt

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#1 15 years ago

I have an ATI Radeon 9000 agp card but AAO keeps crashing on me midgame. I went to Americas Army support, they had me uninstall my driver and reinstall it but I still crash in gameplay. When I run dxdiag it says my AGP is not enabled but I cant enable it. In gameplay the crash usually happens when my Frames per a second drops below approximately 29. Has anyone seen this or can they help???????




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#2 15 years ago

Could be your sound card, I have problems with SB Live drivers, makes my game crash everytime. As for you agp thingy, what are the rest of your system specs. Don't forget to include your mobo maker and chipset. If it's Ali an chipset you may have to do a reg tweak to turn on agp. Check for new drivers for the mobo and looking in faq section of the maker for agp probs... good luck.




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#3 15 years ago

Something i discovered as a cause of my random yet consistant crashing was my ram. I had 2 256 chips in and an older 128. The older 128 was causing the problems. Once removed no more crashing. I thought it was sound card issues, video card issues, etc but the whole time it was my ram. AA was the ONLY game that did that too. I had the full 640 megs of ram in my machine for a year, playing all kinds of games such as CS and Quake 3, never an issue, So check in to that maybe.




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#4 15 years ago

Well Here is my system info




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#5 15 years ago

ok it looks like you are using the same type of card that I was, and SB live, and you have a mobo with a Via Chipset. I would try the sound first, go to start/(rightclick)My Computer/Prperties/Hardware/device manager/(Click the + at sound, video)then right click creative and go to properties. Once your there, go to the driver tab and click update driver. Click install from a specific location, click don't search I will choose. The next window should have a driver that is digitally signed (with a green check mark and wdm beside it) click that and install. If it doesn't help, go back and click roll back driver.




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#6 15 years ago

I had the same prob with the mx 440 128mb and i had to replace my card :(