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Half Life 2 Episode 1

I have the above card, which HL2 recommended me to get the latest driver for. Did that, and updated to DirectX 10... and now HL2 crashes whenever I try to launch it - citing exception error 0xc0000005 in the error report. I have completed the direct draw and direct 3d 7,8 and 9 tests with no problems using run-> dxdiag. Help!

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  • The Bairn Oct 23, 2007

    Yes reinstalled HL2Ep1 to no avail. It ran perfectly but since I came back to it after several months it is goosed. System not a prob 512 Ram and fast enough proc. so I am suspicious of Steam update.....

  • Anonymous May 19, 2008

    i have the same prob but its brand new it cant lock on to the vertex file it file it first happend on chapter 3 lowlife when u got to the surface 2 min load game crashes i tried it 6 times i did every thing it anint working

  • CrazyKlown Dec 26, 2008

    same problem when u get to the surface hl2 i get a visual C++ run time error and i shouldnt have a problem running this game at all and i dont my specs are:
    Intel p4 479 HT 3.0E @ 3.53Ghz
    940 FSB (15X235)
    2 Gigs G.Skill Ram
    2-3-3-7 timming
    Radeon HD 3850 GDDR3
    256-Bit, 512 Memory
    709 GPU Clock
    939 Memory Clock

    anyone find a fix yet?


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Have you tried reinstalling HL2? What is your system specification..

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Hi , i have installed half life 2 episode one.
but i have a big problem with graphic , i can not see all things in the game , i can run it but when game is started walls and other things are diapeard i mean i cant see them .
but i didnt have this problem when i was playing hal2 & hl 2 e 2.
my graphic card is : ati 128 MB radeon 9200 SE (chip :digital me) .
excuse me for my weak english.
thanks

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

  • p_saeid Sep 02, 2008

    p_saeid , hi , this is my systems information .

    cpu : intel pentium 4 , 1500 GHz full .

    ram: 768 MB (one 512 MB and one 256 MB)

    graphic :ATI 128 MB Radeon 9200 SE digital me

    main : gigabyte

    should i send any other information ?

    i had no problem with other games like (Fear or doom 3 or Half life 2 and half life 2 episode 2).

    just in episode 1 i have this problem.

    i tried to reinstall it twice in Win XP and Win ME.but i it didnt fix .

    thanks.

  • p_saeid Sep 03, 2008

    hi again .

    i sent my system specification .

    but i saw there is no answer.

    maybe im very hasty.

    please find a way for fixing my problem .

    thanks foy your favor.

    p_saeid

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