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Still the same occuring restarting problem


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Hello,

I'm still having the restarting problem with GTA SA after I play for about 10 minutes. It's a STOP: 0x000000D1 error.

This problem only occurs with GTA SA. I did test all of my RAMS, and they were FINE. I got a new graphics card also and completely removed my previous drivers and still get the problem. I have no idea what it is. Could it be my CPU?

Thanks,
Matt

Edited by FalloutYear, 01 August 2005 - 04:50 PM.

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What are your temps when you're playing the game. Really sounds like you're overheating, or underpowered.

It sounds like you posted about this before... do you mind posting what you have tried so we don't go through the same troubleshooting procedure.

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Edited by makai, 01 August 2005 - 06:26 PM.

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Ok. I have tried tested each and every RAM module in my PC, and have tried uninstalling every previous driver I had. That's about it.

I'm not over heating, I have well over 8 fans in my computer and everything is below the expected temperature. I can play any other game like Battlefield 2, Half-Life 2, FarCry, etc. without any problem like this.

Thanks,
Matt

Edited by FalloutYear, 01 August 2005 - 06:46 PM.

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How about DirectX? What version are you running? Perhaps removing and reinstalling DirectX might help... although I have no idea if GTA even requires it.

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I have DirectX 9.0c. I have uninstalled it, and reinstalled it already. That didn't help.
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Did you try unchecking "Enable write combining"? (taken off Google groups search)
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Did you try unchecking "Enable write combining"? (taken off Google groups search)

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Nope.. how do I do that?
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Open Display Properties/Settings/Advanced. It should be on the Troubleshooting tab... or somewhere on one of the tabs. I'm not familiar with which vid driver you have, so you have to hunt. :tazz:

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