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Brought atlantic quest everytime i try to play game for about 3 min err access vicolation at 0049ca59 tried to read from0x000004 program ram teminted pop up and closes game.

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This issue cannot be caused by your router, it's a software glitch. Try updating all of your drivers, and make sure the game's patched to the latest version.

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JEWEL QUEST 2 FREEZES IN WIN 7


Make sure that your system meets minimum requirement for playing it. Game may freeze due to less available hard disk, low capacity RAM and processor. So I would suggest you to follow these simple tips to avoid your games from freezing:-

- Disinfect your system using some reliable antivirus program.
- Upgrade hardware (RAM, CPU, graphics card, etc.)
- Uninstall unnecessary programs (Games, crapware, toolbars, etc.)
- Click Start> 'Run' Type msconfig > Enter > Start Up. Uncheck the boxes for the programs that you think you may not use often.
- Clean all the junk files, registry errors and all the cache (Must use reliable program like I always use RegInOut for it.)

Thank You :-)

Jan 19, 2014 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Hey! so i recentley remembered the game Hype: the time quest in the back of my head and i brought back the cd from 1999 and tried to install it on my new windows 7 64 bit computer. it was a failed...


64-bit versions of Windows can't run the CD installer due to it being a 16-bit application. Trying to run the installer in Windows 7 x64 will cause the process to freeze in the background and require the task manager to close. One workaround is to install the game on a 32-bit copy of Windows and transfer the installed game to a 64-bit computer. A virtual machine will also work such as VirtualBox if you don't have another computer available. When installing the game select 'Full Installation'. The game installs to three locations:

  • Your specified install path. The default is C:\Ubi Soft\Hype - The Time Quest . This is where the game data is stored and the two executables for Direct3D and Glide mode.
  • C:\Windows\Ubisoft . This has an application called SetupUbi that shortcuts point to to play the game, various *.dlls, and Ubi.ini, the settings file for the game.
  • The registry key location is HKLM\Software\Ubi Soft\Hype - The Time Quest . Only a version string is stored here.

Copy the game data folder to your 64-bit windows and place the Ubi.ini folder into a C:\Windows\Ubisoft folder. The other files in the Ubisoft folder are not needed to play the game and SetupUbi has the same problem as the installer on the CD. The registry key is also not required to play the game.

The executables to play the game are MaiD3Dvr_bleu and MaiDFXvr_bleu for Direct3D and Glide mod respectively. Neither will work with default settings in Windows 7 x64. Set the compatibility mode for the executables to 'Windows 2000' to get the game to run without immediately failing. To change the game settings run 'UbiAssistant' as an administrator or edit the Ubi.ini file in the C:\Windows\Ubisoft folder. There is a patch available at Ubi.com labeled 'Voodoo 3 and Direct3D'. It is uncertain if this is required but is recommended to install. The patch is ~4.01 MB if the Ubi.com link goes down and a replacement download needs to be found.

The Direct3D mode will suffer serious graphical glitches that render the game unplayable by the end of the intro. There is no available fix for it. nGlide is a Glide wrapper available at Zeus Sooftware which does support Hype - The Time Quest. Download and install it and then download the patch for the game. The patch is in the compatibility list at the bottom of the nGlide download link and then search for the entry for Hype - The Time Quest. The patch says to turn videos off but this is not a required step but it is recommended. The game will still play with videos but besides the Ubisoft logo video at the start of the game there are only two others at the start and end of the game and playing the video may cause future issues. Turn it on when you start and finish the game but turn videos off at all other times.

Run MaiDFXvr_bleu.exe to use the glide wrapper, remember to set compatibility mode to Windows 2000, and Hype - The Time Quest should run on Windows 7 x64!

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Nvidia 8500 GT video card with latest drivers Trying to play Janes WWII Fighters,,game plays for about 8 minutes but then locks up any ideas why? I have used the Nvidia control panel with various...


1 GB of ram? Check the software for minimum PC system requirements.It will say how many MHz is necessary to play the game.It will also give you what video card (min),RAM(min),DirectX (7 or Higher?) this game requires MINIMUM to run.Quite often the game will run,but poorly.Your AMD 2200 runs at 1800 which isn't lightening fast,but sufficient.I think the addition of at least 1 more GB of RAM is what you need,a total of 3GB would really make the computer happy when playing games.
http://oca.microsoft.com/en/windiag.asp
Run this program from Microsoft to test your current memory for errors.
My computer is much like yours,I have XP Media-The 8600 card,a dual core 2.8 processor and 3GB of RAM.This setup will run a online racing game without hick ups at 1152 x 864 resolution.When I only had 1GB of RAM it would stutter like it was constantly trying to load the program,so I added another Gig and it started playing allot better.It couldn't keep up with Halo online until I added another 1GB for a total of 3GB.I am using a 32x version of XP,going to a 64x setup would improve performance even more.
Sorry,I'm talking too much.Try the RAM after you test what you have,you'll be glad you did!

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PC GAME LAG... PLEASE HELP!


You may want to try the following.

Disable windows search, it may be trying to index files in the background and HD access may cause annoying pauses while playing games.

Check that your anti virus is not running an automatic or scheduled scan when you are playing, this will deffinatley cause jittering.

Are you uning an integrated graphics chipset ? If you are you may want to upgrade to a discrete card AMD 3850 are very cheap and i use mine for Mirrors Edge and Battleforge and it runs great.

Update your graphics card drivers.

Use add remove programs and get rid of everthing you dont use. The apps may have processes running when you are not even using them. iTunes and Quicktime are really bad in this respect.

It you are playing online ensure that you are not running file sharing apps in the background. Also if you share internet access with anyone else check they are not doing the same. File sharing is a nightmare for online playing performance.

Close everything you are not using including IE and Firefox. Flash ads in web browsers can use a suprising amount of CPU time.

Hope this Helps

Lee

Dec 05, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Receive cant find SIERA.err when i try to open my hoyle classic games


found this on the sierra support site, this was for king's quest, however it should resolve your issue as well ..

Problem: "Windows title not found" error when starting game, followed by "Cannot find SIERRA.ERR". (Windows 3.1 and Windows 95)
Solution: These error messages are caused by a corrupted or incorrect RESOURCE.WIN file. The RESOURCE.WIN is a small text file that contains information aout your computer. The game program looks at this file to determine where the game is installed and where to look for the game CD. If this file is missing information, you will get the above error messages. To correct this, edit the RESOURCE.WIN file (it's in the game directory!) and check that the first three lines look like this:
[Windows]
title=King's Quest VII
titleBar=TRUE
If these two lines are missing or show different information, add them or change them to match the ones above. Remember, they must be the first three lines in the file. Then, check that the last five lines look like this:
resAud=D:\
resSfx=D:\
patchDir=C:\SIERRA\KQ7
movieDir=D:\AVI
audio=C:\SIERRA\KQ7
These lines assume that King's Quest VII is installed to C: and that your CD ROM drive is D:. If your drive letters are different, make the appropriate substitutions. If these five lines are missing or show different information, add them or change them to match the ones above.
You should also check that the King's Quest VII icon's properties indicate the correct working directory. To do this, click once on the King's Quest VII icon to highlight it. Then press ALT-ENTER (Windows 3.1) or right click (Windows 95) to access the icon's properties. The command line should read:
C:\SIERRA\KQ7\SIERRAWS.EXE C:\SIERRA\KQ7\RESOURCE.WIN (versions 1.4 and 1.51)
C:\SIERRA\KQ7\SIERRAW.EXE -o C:\SIERRA\KQ7\RESOURCE.WIN (version 2.0)
The working directory should be your CD ROM drive, for example, D:\. If your CD ROM drive is another letter, substitute the appropriate letter. Click on OK when the working directory is correct.

lemme know if the issue was resolved..

Dec 03, 2009 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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I cannot get jewel Quest to download onto my computrt. I kep installing it adn I can play it but I have to use the cd each time I play. What am I doing wrong? I'm following the installing program that I...


unfortunately some games require the CD to be played and Jewel Quest is one of them.

NOCD cracks are available by searching but are certainly frowned upon but if you have paid for the game in the first place this should be ok.

You may also be able to load the game with the CD and then take it out once its strated but this means you will still need it everytime.

Nov 25, 2009 | Cosmi Computers & Internet

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Everytime i try to play a game online, it doesnt work


What game are you trying to play? Even though the time goes up its been my experience that the download is still going on, even if the status bar seems like its stuck. A couple of games I play, like Socom confrontation signs you out of the PSN but your connection is still up to download the patch. It will sign you back in as soon as it installs it. I know the MAG beta has been notorious for this also. Are you having this happen on every game you try? Disc based versions? Are the games your trying to play multiplayer? Try unhooking your ps3 from its internet connection.. do you still get that error?
Im really curious to know if you were able to get it going or not, Ill be checking fixya here all day so if you have any more questions please post back. ill reply

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PS3 wont read my disc


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Computer crash/need upgrade


I need more information to properly assess this problem.

What sort of P.C. is this? How old is it? How much R.A.M. (Random Access Memory) do you have? What O.S. (Operating System) are you currently using?

My first "guess" is that this is a lack of R.A.M. Games usually use an awful lot of memory for their graphics functions in their programs.

Today's standard for most computer operations are about 1 G.B. (Gigabyte) of D.D.R. (Double Data Rate) R.A.M. (Random Access Memory)

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