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xaruxex

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#1 8 years ago

I have a problem starting JKA.(i have windows 7) When i start it it just crashes and it stands that a problem comes up and made the program shut down. i have tryed to download latest drivers and all but wont work. I have patched the game to.

Someone that know what i should do?




Raz0r

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#2 8 years ago

ATI card? Using 10.5 drivers? Disabled UAC/running as admin?




DarthVorus

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#3 8 years ago

I had the same issue: errorJKA.jpg windows 7 radeoon 4650 hd, so I changed to windows xp and now I even had the eerror message, same windows as before this graohic card was installed, driver 8.41.0.0 for winxp

any ideas?




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#4 8 years ago

xaruxex;5364840I have a problem starting JKA.(i have windows 7) When i start it it just crashes and it stands that a problem comes up and made the program shut down. i have tryed to download latest drivers and all but wont work. I have patched the game to.

Someone that know what i should do?[/QUOTE] Jedi Knight Galaxies - Forum • View topic - Crash Fix For ATI Catalyst 10.5+

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[QUOTE=DarthVorus;5366506]I had the same issue: errorJKA.jpg

windows 7 radeoon 4650 hd, so I changed to windows xp and now I even had the eerror message, same windows as before this graohic card was installed, driver 8.41.0.0 for winxp

any ideas?

It sounds like you didn't properly clean out your drivers after you uninstalled the previous drivers.




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#5 8 years ago

how can I do that? or check if my new drivers are ok?

the hardware administrator doesn't show any problem




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#6 8 years ago

Well, I'm assuming you had a different video card after you said this:

same windows as before this graohic card was installed

If you did, simply uninstalling doesn't completely remove all remnants of those old drivers. I've learned this the hard way. Just search around for a tool to clean out the old drivers. ATI and Nvidia both to used have a cleaner for this purpose.