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U're running low on ram on ur device. Delete or disable unused apps, delete cache and temporary files. If dat doesn't work manually stop every app running in background dat u're not using when playing. And if dat doesn't work either; u need a better device to handle all the apps that u're using.
You might try changing your browser (Firefox, IE etc) also see if you have the latest versions. It also could be stuff on your computer. You might want to also clear the cache and even do a complete virus scan if possible.
It is sad but true that cue club doesn't run perfectly with high graphics card. I don't know why. I played cue club without setuping the drivers. IT ran well. But everytime I set up my agp driver it gets crashed. It didn't happen with only one agp card. I changed at least 10-12 AGP and PCI express. In every situation, I can play the game untill I set up my agp.Whenever I set up my agp it always crashes. Nothing actually worked with me
you can get disks relayered at game stores.
there was a long period where this happened to me.
some games worked for a while, some didnt.
its the dreamcast.
you might wanna get anew power cable or just clear out the dust because that is the main problem with the dreamcast.
try playing with the console upside down
it sounds crazy but it worked for me.
There are two possiblities one is that your hard drive on your system has corrupt data on it. try taking off your hard drive and playing Forza 2 if it works fine then delete all the information on your hard drive. If that doesnt work then refer down.
The second possibilty is an issue that leads to the red ring of death. There is general hardware failure going on. If you have a warranty with the store you bought it from i would suggest using it. if not you can call MS and see if your system is still under warranty.
There are a few fix it yourself manuals out there but if you dont know much about electronics i would let the pros handle it.