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I have a problem with a gane named Assassin's creed. It closes when I am in the middle of the game and tells me that the game has encountered a problem and needs to close. the screen goes black and the game closes. I contacted UBI experts and did what they told me but the problem remains where it is. i have motherboard d11020 m intel intel processor 3.2 GHz nvidia geforce msi 8500 gt 512 mb card 2048 mb of ram dvd 16x realtek high definition audio

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  • knight2war Dec 17, 2008

    thanx for the kind suggestion sir, I am sure going to try it, though reinstalling the game or formatting drive c does nothing.

  • hamanikouidr Mar 26, 2009

    when i enter the office in the end of the memory the screen goes bleck and said sen or don't send

  • Mark Robinson May 11, 2010

    just a thought ...there some patches available from ubisoft which fix some of the issues that cause crashes in Assassins Creed



    http://www.ubi.com/US/Games/Info.aspx?pI...

  • Mark Robinson May 11, 2010

    this game kept crashing on me as well...turned out the realtek audio driver was causing a problem.....try installing the latest audio driver.

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Try selecting a lower sound setting g/l

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