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Crashing to Desktop on startup (Games : S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat : Mods : MISERY : Forum : General subjects : Crashing to Desktop on startup) Locked
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Aug 13 2012 Anchor

Hi, I just downloaded and installed this mod today, but when I tried to run CoP with it installed, the X-Ray engine crashes to the desktop. This happens every time the game is launched. I am not quite sure what the issues is, it isn't the resources issues I wouldn't imagine as I have around 8Gb of RAM and 2Gb of VRAM.

I am not sure of how to solve this issue, as I can't understand what the errorlog is saying. A bit of google searching reveals no one else with a similar issue, and everyone else with crashing having issues with starting up saves.

Is there anyone here that could help me out?

sorry if this is the wrong place for this post, wasn't sure where to put this.

Edit: Never mind, I just had to uninstall both Stalker games and reinstall them

Edited by: Rainbowbunny

Aug 16 2012 Anchor

I have the same problem except that reinstalling the game doesn't solve it. The game crashes every time I try to start a new game. I've tried reinstalling the game, reinstalling the mod, using Misery 1.0 and 2.0 ect... The vanilla game runs fine and I dont know what's the problem.

My PC spec: Core i5 2500K 3.3 GHz, Ati Radeon HD 5850, 8Gb ram

If anyone could help me that would be great!

Correction: It works just have to wait a lot when starting a new game. I tought it freezed but not.

Edited by: nggg

Jan 21 2013 Anchor

i have the same problem (it reoccurs even when reintstalling). Also, the downloaded zipfiles from the download links NEVER unzip correct (always with an error so there may lay the problem).

Feb 10 2013 Anchor

Same thing happens to me every time, please help! I have the German version - could that be the reason?

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