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Black screen when starting up game

I recently installed left for dead video game from steam. ive played half life 2 and team fortress 2 which are basically the same requirements. when the game loads i can hear all the sounds but see no video.

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Can you change you screen resolution to the same as your game is running at.

there is usually a safe mode to you can reset video options


Id say try the forums related to the game it may be a common problem there

hope this helps

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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