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rockafella

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#1 15 years ago

system specs: Saphire Radeon 9800 Pro 256 MB Asus K8V motherboard Windows XP Home AMD Athlon 3200+ 512 MB RAM 80 GB Hard drive on board sound card

when i play call of duty, and united offensive i experience a game crashing. i get a windows error message "CoDuoMP.exe" has experienced a problem and needs to close. this error is consistant and i dont know what to do. i have all the updated drivers for my motherboard and my graphics card, and im clueless. :confused:

any help would be appreciated! :deal:




rockafella

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#2 15 years ago

some1 has to have an idea of what to do...... :bows:




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#3 15 years ago

i assume your playing online???? and what driver versions are you running???


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#4 15 years ago

Try this. Get Sp2 Get latest catalist drivers from www.ati.com <- er.. nevermind. But check for updates anyway. uninstall cod and uo delete the cod folder (back up maps 1st!) reinstall cod and uo play for a while, see if it crashes. THen install maps. If it starts to crash, it's a bad mod/map. It sounds like a windows crash. Q3 engine games are often crashed by poorly coded mods. Also, why do you think it's a video card problem (just wondering)




rockafella

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#5 15 years ago

i tihnk the card might be overheating.....i did the stuff u said sharky but it didnt work...still froze




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#6 15 years ago

HEEEEEEEEEELP :confused: :feedback:




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#7 15 years ago

you have to give us more information......go to the start menu, then run, type in dxdiag

the very last thing in the list is what version on Direct X you are running...

then rightclick the desktop, properties, then advancec....find your videocard settings and find the driver versions you are running


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