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Archived Post 01-30-2012 03:19 PM

Cant get out of windowed mode
 
For the life of me every time I try and run it maximized or full it crashes with no error, even draging the window crashes the game.

Win 7 x64
64 GB Ram
240GB SSD
Geforce 9800GTX OC
X-Fi Fatality Gamer soundcard

All drivers up to date

Archived Post 01-30-2012 03:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by numberguy (Post 3979973)
For the life of me every time I try and run it maximized or full it crashes with no error, even draging the window crashes the game.

Win 7 x64
64 GB Ram
240GB SSD
Geforce 9800GTX OC
X-Fi Fatality Gamer soundcard

All drivers up to date

Have you tried setting the graphics card to default clock values???

Archived Post 01-30-2012 04:36 PM

@numberguy

I couldn't stop laughing at your signature and I love Conker's Bad Fur Day on N64. The Beach is some serious 4 player action.

Oh yeah, ahem... work.

64 GIGABYTES of system RAM?

Please send in a ticket to PWE Tech Support with the following information so we can try to figure this out for you. Also send us a hijackthis log if you could please. Include the info you did in this post and anything additional, please.

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