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GalCiv2 crashing, error signature?


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Will101

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Hello,

I just bought Galactic Civilization 2 for my Pc.

I played the game for about 5 hours, and it crashed 3 times.

The error said something like "error signature"

I would like to post the entire error, but i am unsure of where to find it.



I will post my system info for now. Thank you in advance for any help.

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starjax

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well lets see...
Minimum:
Pentium II 300 MHz, 128 MR RAM, Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, DirectX 7.0, 4 MB DirectX compatible video card, 600 MB hard-disk space

Even though your playing on a laptop, I would say that this game should play ok on it. Howver because your are playing on significantly newer hw and running windows xp with service pack 2 it complicates matters greatly. It could be a compatablilty issue.

what would help greatly is the full error message. Start by looking at the systems even log (control panle, admin tools, event log). Look under system and applications for the corresponding times it crashed. chances are you are going to need to be observant. does the game crash to desktop or does it reboot the system?
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