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Hawk_345

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#1 12 years ago

i just bought a new computer in may 2005 and everythng in was above average. i dont have the exact statistics of it but it can run anything put out to now. the prob is that i cant get medieval total war to run properly on my computer is there a way to fix this or is my computer to good for an old game like this.




killonater

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#2 12 years ago
Hawk_345i just bought a new computer in may 2005 and everythng in was above average. i dont have the exact statistics of it but it can run anything put out to now. the prob is that i cant get medieval total war to run properly on my computer is there a way to fix this or is my computer to good for an old game like this.

no pc is to good for an old game have u thought that maybe u just suck? :gay:




Hawk_345

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#3 12 years ago

Now theres no need for that i just wanted to know if i someone else may have had this problem and figured out howe to fix it.




Hawk_345

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#4 12 years ago

Now i just wanted to know if there was away to fix this thats all did not need that attitude.




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#5 12 years ago
killonaterno pc is to good for an old game have u thought that maybe u just suck? :gay:

Completely agreed, never had any problems so ur computer is probably just extremely cheap-a**ed




HKArslan II

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#6 12 years ago
Hawk_345i just bought a new computer in may 2005 and everythng in was above average. i dont have the exact statistics of it but it can run anything put out to now. the prob is that i cant get medieval total war to run properly on my computer is there a way to fix this or is my computer to good for an old game like this.

I have the same problem. Mine undoubtedly has something to do with my DirectX 9 based video card. Whenever I'm clicking about on the campaign map, it'll spontaneously close. No crash message -- it'll just blink and be gone.

If there is a fix for this, I'd appreciate knowing of it.




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#7 12 years ago

Yeah HkArslan that is what hapens to me if i can actually get into a campaigne, i can get normal battles to work but campane crashes with no notice.




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#8 12 years ago

I got a x2 Club3D GeForce 6600GT 128GDDR3 SLI (DirectX 9) And I got no problems what so ever.




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#9 12 years ago

I heard that installing the NVIDIA Driver 66.76 fixes the issue.




Hawk_345

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#10 12 years ago

well maybe i will try it again, i have the latest nividia drivers, baut not sure wich version, maybe it is to high of a version..