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wa lau

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Hi everybody,does anyone out there have the answer to this?I'm playing final fantasy 7 on my pc now but the game crashes everything it gets to the same place and then the windows error reporting comes up and the program is closed.tweaked the game settings and display settings for infinity times n the problem still comes......grhhhhh.need help.any help is valuable.I'm using a pentium 4 1.8GHZ,512 RDRAM and a Geforce2 MX now.thx.
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Has the game ever worked properly? What have you done to the system since? When did this start?
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i borrowed the disk frm my fren.its an original and my fren says he nv had this prob before...onli thing major that i did to my system was adding my ram and updating my windows...nothing much.prob occured a few days ago.always happens when i'm about to go race my chocobo.the very 1st one after Corel prison.
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n btw i just updated my video card driver.
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That might be the problem, was the driver a beta? You might need to revert back to the original driver to get it to work.
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I know it sounds really out there, but it could be the issue. Depending on how old the game is, your card might be too powerful! If there's no other solution posted by a member/staff/expert, then we'll talk about underclocking.
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uninstalled the driver but same problem :whistling: underclocking might be worth a try.i guess now its just trial and error until i find out what might be the problem T T
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