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Seanrs23

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#1 15 years ago

Ok, so i got a new computer. Here are the specs:

Amd 3000 Athlon Xp - Processor A7N8X-E Deluxe - Motherboard 200 Gig Maxtor - HardDrive 1 Gig or Ram - Ram Asus Radeon 9600 SE - Video Card

Ok here's my problem. I Have installed Return To Castle Wolfenstein, Quake 3, and Jedi Knight 2. These are all powered by opengl. Now i was able to play the games for a few days until i got this error. When i open one of the games it comes up with this error message " WolfMP.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close". After I press close it restarts the computer. The only way im able to play the game is by reinstalling the update. Im only allowed to play for that one time. The next time i go to use the game i get that problem. If anyone can help me plz do so




Peeping Tom

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#2 15 years ago

Checked drivers (Sound/Vid)? Updated firmware? Flashed BIOS? Checked for corrupted RAM?




livn4metal

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#3 15 years ago

Are you using the latest patch for Wolfenstein?




Pestilence64

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#4 15 years ago
Peeping TomChecked drivers (Sound/Vid)? Updated firmware? Flashed BIOS? Checked for corrupted RAM?

your a little of course there buddy, if these three were a problem, then there would trouble doing anything on a comp.




Seanrs23

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#5 15 years ago

how would i find out if i had corrupted ram?




Peeping Tom

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#6 15 years ago

No, because he could be having AGP problems. Corrupted RAM can be a random occurence, its when programs write to a bad part of it/take each other's space away. Run this. http://www.memtest86.com/