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My girlfriend's got a major Crash problem


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Hello,

I've installed vice city on my girlfriends computer with mta...

But her Pc keeps crashing and reboots, sometimes i can play it for 1minute and sometimes it plays for 20minuts, but after that it crashes her pc, and it's a new pentium 2.8Ghz (so that's not the problem)

(everything's the same but it works perfectly on my pc)

her pc can play Vice city without any problem, so the problem has to be Mta itself :!:

I've tried to reinstall...

I've tried reinstall and first play it as VC and then as MTA...

I've tried the vc update patch so i can play it in 1.1...

(But then it saids she got suspected trainer usage )

(he saids the same think on my pc, but atleast i can play it in 1.0)

I've tried the Mta patch...

I've even tried a cracked client of Mta :oops: but nothing works :!:

can someone help me, i'm despirate :( i got no more things i can try and i've read all possible problems in the help topic's :!:

Greetz

=CF=Subwoofer

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Well, I know how to stop the rebooting. Go into System properties, click on the Advanced tab, click Settings under the Startup and Recovery section and "Automatically restart" under the System failure section.

What are your girlfriend's specifications btw? There was a post a couple of days ago by a guy who said he could play MTA for hours without crashing whilst on 640x480 but when he raised the resolution, the crashes became more frequent.

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First they were on something very low, then i've changed them to 1024*...

But it didn't seem to mather...

Well, I know how to stop the rebooting. Go into System properties, click on the Advanced tab, click Settings under the Startup and Recovery section and "Automatically restart" under the System failure section.

So you're saying, her pc won't crash or start up again, or...

All i want is the game to crash not the pc :lol:

Thankx for the help :wink:

Anymore ideas, what could be able to cause this :?:

Greetz

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Well, I know how to stop the rebooting. Go into System properties, click on the Advanced tab, click Settings under the Startup and Recovery section and "Automatically restart" under the System failure section.

So you're saying, her pc won't crash or start up again, or...

No, that disables the stupid "feature" enabled in XP by default that automatically restarts the PC when you encounter a critical error so that you can't see what the error says (and sometimes you can recover from it anyway).

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Owkay, i'll fix it like you said, so it doesn't restart again :wink:

And i'll try to reinstall the video card drivers or update them :wink:

(one thing, if it's the video cards drivers, how is she able to play vc)

But anyway, i'll try this weekend, thankx a lot guys :!::!:

Greetz

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