Jk Crashes When Opened!!!!!please Help!!!! -1 reply

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#1 10 years ago

I bought JA yesterday.I installed it correctly no errors.But when I click the start button, it loads, the screen gets black and...CRASH!!! It get back to windows!!!! I don't know what to do!!!! PLEASE SOMEONE HELP!!!! PS: I MADE THE SYSTEM CHECK AND ITS ALL PASSED.




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#2 10 years ago

then close all background programs,and they still sell JA? Lies... More like...hmmm..sparowed?




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#3 10 years ago

Are u sure that closing programs will help?




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#4 10 years ago

Probably not, unless your computer has an abysmally low amount of RAM.

Did you make sure to patch the game?

What's your operating system?

Do any error dialogs pop up?

Are you using any mods?

More info we get, the better support we can offer you.


I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.



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#5 10 years ago

sounds like you need the jedi academy patch, you can download it here LucasArts.com | Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy




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#6 10 years ago

I closed the programs!!!... didnt work!!! I downloaded the patch!!!... didnt work!!!! Well, my PC is AMD Duron 1.2 Ghz, 512 RAM, Windows XP.My 3D Hardware is a SiS 650, dont know RAM (32 I think).But I'm almost sure that my hardware dont support the game... But isnt there any dll files I can get to "cheat" the game and make it run or something like that? PS:thanks for all this help. And there are no mods and no messages...




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#7 10 years ago

Well, maybe you got a firewall that blocks it. I got BullGuard and its firewall can disallow applications to start up if I don't allow it. Maybe you could check that out. Still, a long shot, but I don't have any more suggestions right now.




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#8 10 years ago

can you please quit with the "!!!"s? Thanks. So maybe your disk is scratched,the update is screwed up,or i looked at you.




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#9 10 years ago

I.ronicWell, maybe you got a firewall that blocks it. I got BullGuard and its firewall can disallow applications to start up if I don't allow it. Maybe you could check that out. Still, a long shot, but I don't have any more suggestions right now.[/quote]A firewall won't stop the program from running. If the game is disallowed internet access by a firewall, the only thing that'll happen is that it won't be able to send or receive data over your internet connection.

[quote=Joaogui]My 3D Hardware is a SiS 650, dont know RAM (32 I think).But I'm almost sure that my hardware dont support the game...

Integrated graphics. Ick. Yeah, that's your problem. Jedi Academy needs a 32mb OpenGL 1.4 compatible AGP or PCI 3D graphics accelerator card in order to run, and the SiS 650 graphics chip basically has no 3D acceleration capabilities.

Graphics cards are pretty cheap these days, unless you go for top-shelf SLI technology (which is totally unnecessary unless you want to play Unreal Tournament 3 or CrySIS on max settings with 60fps). What you need to do is get a GeForce or Radeon card (any GeForce from the FX series or higher would be sweet, don't know about Radeon equivalents), install that card, and disable your integrated graphics chip.

If you need help with installing a new graphics card and disabling your integrated graphics, I'd suggest asking in [COLOR=Blue]Tech Discussion[/COLOR], where all of our resident tech-heads hang out.


I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.



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#10 10 years ago

Thank you very much guys. Well, my father is a rock.Convincing him to buy a 3D hardware since that double the time I stay in front of my PC (wich is about 3-4 hours a day) wont be easy. Well, thanks anyway, youre very nice guys.