ZaluRagar Posted December 25, 2007 Report Share Posted December 25, 2007 (edited) Hey guys, sorry to run in with the usual post-Christmas morning questions you probably receive a lot of, but I have a few questions. I currently running an HP dv9000 with an Nvidia GeForce Go 7600 with Direct X 9.0c, Windows XP 32bit, and I received Crysis as a Christmas gift. I installed it, and started the game up. Everything seemed to be fine, until I started a new single player campaign, in which the loading screen never went away, my computer froze up, and a blue screen popped up that said a certain file had messed up, something like N4_div or something. A month or two ago I downloaded a new driver for my card (since for some reason Nvidia no longer makes them), and I was very happy with the results. I was able to turn the resolution up much higher, and got a nifty new control panel. However, now with this problem, I'm wondering if the driver I installed has messed up a file this game needs. So I came back and am trying to find a new driver that will support it, but from what I'm reading this card and this game don't seem to mesh very well to begin with. Right now I'm downloading the microsoft update that was posted yesterday on the site, but I'm wary to install something that I'm unsure will work. So, my question is: Even if I get the game running, will it be worth it? I'm not in the mood to play a game that's going to have a terrible frame rate and make it a pain to play. I would -much- rather take the game back and exchange it for one that I'm sure I can play. Considering my card and the driver issue, I'm just not sure what to do. Taking it back isn't too big of a deal to me, I've not been -dying- to play this game, and there are a few others I'd like to have just as well that aren't as graphically intense. But if my problem is fixable, and the game will run well, I'd love to play it. :) Thanks for the help. Edited December 26, 2007 by ZaluRagar Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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