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Problem with Just Cause Demo


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C01DB100D

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Okay, I spent awhile downloading the Just Cause demo. Being all excited I installed it and started it up. I went to set all the graphics down in it (because my computer sucks monkey balls) and pressed new game. It started loading and loading, then it faded into a black screen...that's it. It just stayed that way so I had to minimize and exit it. Any help?
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maybe you should post your system specs and someone will reply :whistling: but im guessing the game actually loaded into the play mode and ur gfx card went blurgh!! and gave u a black screen..
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Yes, please do post your specifications. Do they meet the game's requirements?
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Well, here's another use of this site. I don't really know where I can get my specs in black and white. Always just like different stuff
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So you don't know how to find your computer specs then, am I right?
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Nope
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I do know about typing dxdiag in run though. It just doesn't say my specs in black and white. It's got all this other stuff too.

Edited by C01DB100D, 24 September 2006 - 05:11 PM.

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Ok. What if you right-click on the my computer icon and select properties? Does that tell you ina more clear manner what specs you have?
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