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Dark Messiah Problems

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#1 sparrow94


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Posted 05 April 2009 - 01:22 PM


first off, my computer meets ALL specifications for this game (DM of might and magic)

1) start program, and there is no picture for the cinematics, just a white cross, and sound

2) play game, at random places during the levels (usually after about 30 sec of gameplay) game freezes, and a error message pops up saying memory could not be read....

3) when this used to happen, i just re-started the game, and played from the autosave point, until it froze again, but then i in-stalled the patch, and then it said that i didn't have the original disc in the drive, therefore the game couldn't run.

4) re-installed the game, played without patch, got through the first level, no freeze....went on to level 2, and froze, (with the same error message). i went to re-start the game, program starts, and about half a second later, the programs stops....

i really need help with this, as from what i have played, the game seems really good...

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#2 Sterling14


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Posted 05 April 2009 - 03:05 PM

Have you defragmented your hard drive lately?
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