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When a restore stage is done, a current copy of these and other important data files in Windows seven are saved and can be restored applying System Restore. What I posted worked for me and I haven't heard of any other solutions to the problems you're experiencing. It was so annoying to have to wait all that time to download updates from Steam and it still doesn't work! Oh well, back to the drawing board. http://pdfdx.com/half-life/half-life-episode-1-blue-screen.html

It happens right at the end of chapter 6 Here Gordon and Alex and the Doctor and Alex's dad are watching the transmission. Thanks for your help. Thanks in advance. 10-26-2011, 08:04 AM #8 RockmasteR Team Manager, Gaming Join Date: Aug 2007 Location: Lebanon Posts: 7,304 OS: Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit My System It's not in steam, obviously, but it was crashing without an error and it runs on the quake 3 engine. http://www.valvetime.net/threads/half-life-2-episode-two-crash.138543/

Hopefully the extra time they're taking to release Episode will see these problems people are facing taken care of. It didn't matter if I changed the settings back to how they had been before I had exited, or whether I changed the resolution it always froze with the loading bar This actually really works!! What would you do if you had this problem?

This should solve the problem for you. Click on the tab labelled Sound. I'll have our site administrator sort it out for you, asap. i even managed to pause the game and click Quit despite the menu not showing up.

I have an Nvidia 7600, a pretty good video card, and updated drivers, but its still not working! not really 'bout the dog, just to make sure no lunatic out there tries to sue me because I'm not mailing him my dog #8 McTricks, Mar 3, 2008 McTricks It still pisses me off, because my comp can push this game at max everything with DX9.0 at native resolution, yet I have to lower stuff to be able to play. I've tried everything I can think of - running in a window, lowering every graphics setting, forcing lower versions of DirectX - and none of it has worked.

From the Direct 3D menu, turn on wait for vertical refresh, optimize direct 3D for speed and turn on antialiasing and trilinear filtering optimizations. However, as is often the case you may find there are no up to date drivers available from your manufacturer. Colonel Posted 18 July 2007 at 10:30 am | Permalink Dazzling, Steam is the program that you run every time you launch Half-Life 2 Episode One. Colonel Jon Posted 1 July 2007 at 4:22 pm | Permalink well know im reallly pissed, it seems that all the random lockups im suffering lately MUST be due to my

I mean clearly a pwnerer or your ability shouldn't be wasting her/his time pwnering us here at the Middle of Nowhere when there are so many problems around the world that https://steamcommunity.com/app/420/discussions/0/598199244890811235/ Colonel Posted 24 June 2007 at 10:08 pm | Permalink Ok Whos_the_man I fixed that up for you. 2n2 Posted 28 June 2007 at 5:34 am | Permalink I've tried about But don't you guys feel cheated that the game that was hyped to play at all the DX9.0 glory have to be dumbed down so much? I'm just trying to fix it up now.

Cheers. check my blog I do know a little about blue screens though. Join our site today to ask your question. Saying that I just checked the driver for gfx and it is from Mar 06.

All rights reserved. a blue screen is shown. Eoins Posted 17 October 2007 at 6:58 am | Permalink Hi, I've just bought hl2 episode 2. this content Not lag nor Errors.

No, create an account now. Cheers! Before you decide to do something else, start off by rebooting your personal computer very first.

cobl soberJun 6, 2009, 8:21 AM I had the same problem, i can't remeber what the numbers and letters were in the quotes but the error message looked excactly like that.

My objectives were to get an old rig (XPSP2, P4 2.6GHZ, 1GB ram, sound blaster live!, antique SIS645 chipset) with the troublesome ATI 9600XT All-In-Wonder AGP card working reliably, at decent Someone said it had something to do with some rendering at just that point....The solution is to shoot the web with your shotgun, then crouch, look to your right and walk Similar Threads - BSOD abrupt restart BSOD whenever I use NVIDIA graphics HeartofSteel, Dec 13, 2016 at 2:03 PM, in forum: Games Replies: 0 Views: 41 HeartofSteel Dec 13, 2016 at mithras Posted 21 October 2007 at 8:05 am | Permalink Homer Simpson: "Stupid Flanders, you're a genius!" I am so happy right now, thanks to FreakoftheUniverse's fix - it works.

Contact Us - Steam Store - Archive - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.7Copyright ©2000 - 2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. No problems at all. The game just refuses to run with DX9.0. have a peek at these guys But when i start up Episode two, It starts u and shows the Valve thing (whatever that thing is with a valve on it's head) and then it comes to a

Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. I still have to turn the graphics settings down a few notches to make it run without stutter or slowdown, but it's been that way with all orange box games and http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showpost.html?p=6764135&postcount=1247 Ian Posted 8 November 2007 at 11:41 am | Permalink Hi I have had all the problems listed here when playing Episode One. After a few sessions there suddenly was a message that my driver's outdated, and that I should download the latest version.

but didn't solve problems with ep.2. Whos_the_man?