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Counter Strike 1.6 Crashing.


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juggalokid7

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Hey all!!!


Just a fast one here :):)


I play Counter Strike 1.6

Never had a problem with it, but now i go to play it, (via Steam) and my computer crashers?


I have no problem while starting Steam, then it gose on to say "Logging In To Counter Strike"(or something like that).

Counter Strike opens the background comes up, but the task bar get bigger (about 2x) and sits over the top of it, the computer crashers and forces me to restart.

Is it some thing i'm doing?

If it helps I have a Windows XP and i know my computer can run Counter Strike.


Anything would be helpfull.:):)

Brendan.
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Hey juggalokid7,

Can you please specify what error message comes up (if any)?
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juggalokid7

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Hey ipods619, No error message, Just a sudden crash. Allso (nothing to do with Counter Strike) but sometimes my screen suddenly turns off, any idears?


Cheers.
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Hey there,

Well, its leading me to say that you may have to upgrade your video card drivers. CS may have updated some features that actually require more memory or further files.

Your video card may be in need of a repair or update (via drivers).

If you can, place your video card configuration (model) here.
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Hey,

I think i know how to do that, I'm allmost fully sure it's a Geforse4 Ti 4200.

Well i think thats what it is :) I am still learning :S.
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