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For your question, I suggest updating the graphic card driver and BIOS from the manufacture's site, also please right click the install file and choose run as administrator. If the issue persists, try to turn off UAC.
if you ck the box the game came in you will see that its only 4 win2k and maybe win-xp depending on the time you bought it , it wont run in a windows version that was created long after it was written , now that being said , win 2kpro version does have a backwards compatibility version , but then the other newer software you have loaded will not run stable and is prone to crash"s (blue screen of death)
a possible solution to your problem is something like I've done ,I've taken a old laptop with win xp running on it ,and islanded it (never connects to internet or network) so that m-soft cant ever shut it off this one I load all my great ole games to it (flight sim, trainz ,etc.) and it works just fine
Unfortunately I don't think your pc meets the Graphics card requirements so you won't be able to run it on your laptop.
Product Requirements : Farming Simulator 2011 any PC version, download or boxed
Windows XP (SP3) / Windows Vista / Windows 7
Intel-CPU 2 Ghz or higher
Nvidia Gforce 6800 Series, ATI Radeon x850, S3 Chrome 430 GT graphicscard or better (at least 256 MB VRAM)
1 GB RAM
1 GB free disk space
If it was alright until you downloaded your first mod, that's probably where your problem lies. Try removing the mod and seeing if it starts working again. Chances are, their was a flaw somewhere in the mod's code that was causing the game to stop working. If you can't uninstall the mod, you may have to transfer any save files somewhere else and reinstall the game. Hope this helps!
When you say the 'game stops responding', do you mean that you can do a alt+tab or hit the windows key or use some other method of exiting the game and go back to windows or does windows also stop responding at the same time?
If Windows is not locking up, you should do the same thing every time a piece of software is having issues--restore to default settings and if that does not work...uninstall and reinstall the flight sim.
If Windows IS locking up with your flight sim then the flight sim is probably locking up BECAUSE OF an issue with Windows. If this is the case then it is probably because of a recent update. You can either go into 'Add/Remove Programs' and Select the most recent update to delete or you can do a system restore. Keep in mind with SysRestore--The further back you go, the more things will change. You should only go back far enough to where you know the computer was not locking up.
I had a similar problem and found that the program is not suitable for laptops due to the combined sound/video card in laptops. Mine actually loaded in and crashed only when trying to play. So its a hardware issue with laptops in general.
you can try alt + tab. or do alt + ctrl + del win the game DOES run fine. windows task manager will pop up and it will push flight simulator in the taskbar. if it still crash, check your patch on the game. maybe it has a "minimise-lock". which means: it cant minimise cause the producer doesnt want too (but i cant see why he care ^^)