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For vista users and x64 users you need to right click the shortcut and select compatibility set the compatibility to windows xp and under settings check run in 640x480 screen resolution then ok back to the desktop. once the game lauches you can change the res back to whatever you want ok hope this helps GRUBBTEKK FOREVER
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Check the requirements of that game maybe your graphics adopter cannot support that game. or you may change the grahic resolution of your grphics setting of your PC
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
I had this problem with my Hunting Unlimited 2009. I had been trying to Google for solution for numerous times. But now I had it all figured out and fixed; It means that you have to upgrade your video driver. The easiest way is to download Driver Robot software (for free) and as it will eventually requires registration key, you can use this; JCCQ-MAKC-KACK-6TSE-BN35 What Driver Robot do is it will help you upgrade your driver, in this case, your video driver. After the upgrade, try restarting your game. Enjoy~ -I love Hunting Unlimited and I hope everybody enjoys it too- :)
Posted on Feb 27, 2012
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Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Can u do it
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is from the ValuSOft site. Looks like your video card does not mee the requirments for the game. You will need to upgrade the video card.
If your video card does fully support the necessary requirements, as listed on the box,
you may need to update your video card drivers.
You should update your video card drivers from the video card manufacturer's web site
and not the computer manufacturer's Website (IE Dell, HP etc)
Common Video card manufacturers are...
ATI's Home Page
nVidia's Home Page
Intel's Home Page
If you need assistance determining your current video card and manufacturer
please visit the following link. This link will guide you in determining your
current hardware and drivers.
Locate Video card model and drivers link
Applies to Versions: This article applies to
Hunting Unlimited 2009 All Versions Patch Download: None Article Last Updated: 12/26/2008 9:27:09 AM
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
This may be a number of problems. The disc might be scratched or damaged. Or there could be dust on the leans.
You say it's a second hand PSP? In that case, you may need to repare it. I'm not quite sure where to go to get repares. Sorry.
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
I am not entirely sure what is causing the problem, but I have a feeling it may have something to do with you using Windows 7.
The reason I say this is because the game does not officially support Windows 7. If I'm right about this, then I might have a solution for you.
Maybe if you run it in compatibility mode for XP or Vista, it'll work for you. See the icon on your desktop for the game? Right click it and select Properties. From there, click the tab that says Compatibility. Then look where it says Run this program in compatibility mode for: and check the box, then select either one of the Windows XP's or the Vista's. Click apply and then okay.
See if that solves it. If not, you can also try running it as an administrator for good measure.
Good Luck :)
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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