My system and the specs for this game are the same and yet I couldn't play(that blasted error everyone is talking about). I followed the steps that's on this forum to fix it. It works then screws up mid game. Why did the ****** who made this game state specs that don't match the reality of the damn game?
Don't look back
31st December 2006
If you tell us your actual specs ppl might be able to help you. In the mean time i would advise you to make sure all your drivers are up-to-date, you've installed the latest patch and perhaps reinstall the game. Post back with the results.
Resynchronizing with RealitySorry, You're Not a Winner
18th April 2006
My specs are amd athlonxp 2800+, 512mb ram, radeon 9250 128mb agp. Basicly what it says on the box.
Addicted to GF
14th August 2002
unknownsample;3546825My specs are amd athlonxp 2800+, 512mb ram, radeon 9250 128mb agp. Basicly what it says on the box.
You seem to have a fairly similar system to mine (Athlon XP 2600+, 1 gb ram, but until 2 days ago I had 512mb). I do however have an Nvidia Geforce 7800 GS, but that shouldn't matter.
I'm not too familiar with ATi cards, however, do you have AGP fastwrite enabled?
I had a Geforce Fx 5600 that ran Legacy fine, until it overheated (my own fault), and so I bought a new 7600 GS. But Legacy gave me that Access violation stuff, even after a fresh reinstall/format of Windows. So I returned the 7600 (after seeing that it wasn't listed as a Legacy-supported card) for a 7800. Same story.
I used a program called Riva Tuner 2.0 to force AGP fastwrite on, which solved my Legacy Access Violation errors. I don't know if there's anything similar for ATi cards, but it helped me, though I'm not totally certain how.
Legacy now runs beautifully, even with very high settings. I do get bogged down due to my slower proccessor during certain campaign levels however.