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I'm unable to play the game. It starts up, I can go through the setup options, but when I try playing it, the game crashes. A windows error comes up and says its an unknown error.

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Reinstall the game.

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Unable to locate file, the data path appears to be incorrect, pleas check your data path After i open the game


The game's installation seems to corrupt. Try re-running the game's setup file and - whenever possible - choose the 'Repair' option ...

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Hi, I have this problem with my dell inspiron N 4010 laptop. Whenever i want to play games on my laptop it either crashes down or after the game is over i get a "Optimum resolution error...


The LCD monitors and laptop monitors nowadays have a 'optimum resolution'. The monitor likes to work at a pre-defined resolution.
Games play at a resolution previously set. Usually this differs from the optimum resolution of a LCD/LED screen. Then this error message will appear.
However, crashing of the computer might happen due to other reasons.
*Defective RAM *Not-so-good VGA *Viruses

You have to make sure the above problems are not the reason for crashes.
Also try playing somewhat older games. If the problem occurs due to your VGA not supporting the new games, older games will work fine.
Try these suggestions and let us know.
Good luck, and thanks for using FixYa!

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While i play the game crashes, often during a break.tried downloading patches but that don't even work. Can't even load the game with the patch. Please help!


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

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EVERYTIME I TRY TO PLAY FIRST BATTALION IT CRASHES FROM SOME 997 ERROR CAN YOU HELP ME CLEAN MY REGISTRY


I started getting this error message also on the same PC the game previously played. I had uninstalled it and e-installed it a few years later. Here's how I got it to work again:
Let the entire introduction, cut scenes, and dialogue play entirely. Do not click to skip any part. You will eventually come to the option screen to play. It should work. Good luck.

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After installing Medieval 2 Total War Gold, when i boot the game up i get an error message saying an unspecified error has occurred and the game will now quit. how can i fix this issue


Hello,

Sorry to hear about your trouble. I own all of the Total War series and they are very great games. I will try to get you up and running so you can enjoy that classic!

I have heard of this error coming up due to corrupt game files. Meaning, you play a campaign and after 50 turns a certain saved game will be corrupted. The solution is to delete the game file, which would cause you to lose that play time but it will fix the error.

If you have not even started playing, then most likely there was an error during installation of the game. Try uninstalling the game, reboot the computer then reinstall the game.

Another possible issue is that your machine does not meet the system requirements to play the game, thus causing it to crash. Check and make sure your system meets the minimum system requirements.

Also, make sure your computer has updated drivers for the graphics card.

Lastly, if none of the above helps you, I would recommend contacting the support team for the game.
Click here for Sega Support

Regards,
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Problem installing Caesar 3 on Windows Vista


Hi!,
I'm using a vista premium SP 1.. So I did got the above errors.
What i did was, explore the disc-->right click setup.exe and click properties--> compatibility tab--> select run for win xp 2 and under admin.

Then when I installed I choosed a MINIMAL install option. If you the the above step yet choose full the error comes up.
Should work :))

Its annoying to insert disc everytime when you wanna play because of the minimal installation option but i figured to 'burn' and .iso image to my hard disk and use a cd/dvd image mounting tool. This part is purely optional tho:P

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Game crashes


It might be your graphics card or one of the files is corrupted try installing it again and if it still crashes its your computer

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I'm unable to install Mortal kombat 4 in Windows XP SP 2. As soon as I activated setup, it exits with the error Msg "Start Menu Error". Please help


I've been trying to solve the same problem. Here's a solution I discovered that worked for the same problem in Vista; it may work also for XP.

To install and play Mortal Kombat 4 in Vista:

Click setup.exe.
Choose installation folder (create it later).
Get error message.
Do not click "Clean up."
CTRL-SHIFT-ESC and kill setup.exe process.

Create installation folder (selected during setup).
Copy all files in DATA folder on CD to installation folder.
Rename MK4.exe to Mortal Kombat 4.exe.

Install patch (optional).

FIGHT!

Regards,

Amillennialist

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