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gervleth

1.31 ctd

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Every 4-5th time i log into the world i CTD. For example i click rifle, then click enter world and sometimes it CTD and sometimes it doesnt. Any tips. Oh and reinstalled the game like were told to do and still does it. I got 9800gx2 x2 video cards.

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And so it begins.

I two have frozen in the debrief screen, or simply CTD with the three sorties into 1.31. Of course I'm only getting 2-10 fps, and the settings turning off the minimap and other superfluous stuff doesn't save. Every new restart gets me the same dropping notices and clustering minimap.

Need some help before I unsubscribe for something more user friendly.

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I feel your pain.

Played 10 minutes and it froze to the point where I had to unplug it.

Now it won't even post. My computer is now dead.

(Posted this from spare laptop.)

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I feel your pain.

Played 10 minutes and it froze to the point where I had to unplug it.

Now it won't even post. My computer is now dead.

(Posted this from spare laptop.)

oh damn did it give your processor a work out?

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oh damn did it give your processor a work out?

I have a Q6600. Not sure what to do, or what the lack of beep means when it is sitting there on but dead.

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i got in a few times, every time i despawned the screen froze, now every time i log in i get the red padlock bug, cant even enter now! any fixes?

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I have a Q6600. Not sure what to do' date=' or what the lack of beep means when it is sitting there on but dead.[/quote']

oh it turns on but no video???

Pull your graphics card, turn it on (will probably beep a bunch if its working)

shut it back down and snap your card back in and see whats up.

I'd also clear your bios, easiest way to do that is (unplug your computer from the wall power) to remove the bios battery for awhile then pop it back in, i'd probably do that while you've got the gpu out of the box.

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