It says your display driver stopped responding. I'd say one of a few things going on, 1) your graphics card driver is corrupted, uninstall and reinstall it. 2) Your graphics card fan is or has failed, check to see it spins when your computer is running. 3) Your graphics card took a shit, replace it.
Yeah I though the same as Thor and while it did put his card up to date. His crashing error still occur. After reading some about vertex buffers, it's apparently an error while processing a texture, mesh, model or whatever. I told him to download that thing driverdetective to see where problems could be(I loved that program in the past) But nothing revelent shows I think.
I'm out of ideas. I did a quick forum search in steam too but nothing worth has shown up.
Joined: Jun 17, 2008
Posted: Sun Feb 22, 2009 11:10 PM
The REAL culprit is the Limewire I see sitting in the backround.
Thats like poking ur dick into a prostitute you KNOW FOR SURE is gonna give you the dick itch/drip/snotfire. It's like lapping up gonneria discharge and hoping you wont get it, when in your heart...you know
=LG=bLacKwaTer: i shall eat u
=LG= Genka: now who's the gay one?
=LG=bLacKwaTer: im not gay im a cannibal
=LG= Genka: o.0
You know what fuck it! I've had it with this god dam computer. Im reformatting my computer. I appreciate all the help that lg has offered but nothin works. So when all else fails....reformat....thats what im doing.
Big thanx to devil
=LG= Devil: you get $200, can pass go, and get a free lap dance from genka.
Joined: Feb 17, 2005
Posted: Wed Apr 15, 2009 02:41 AM
Oh, one other thing it could be is the memory timings on your motherboard for your ram if it's an nVidia based card. If your running PC3200 memory in your computer set it from 400MHZ to 333MHZ. I had an issue trying to OC some memory on an MSI motherboard and that caused a shitload of issues like the one above, basically the memory was trying to dump out of the video card and the buffer "in regular memory" wasn't syncing properly to process the information and was unstable at 400mhz. Putting it back to 333mhz fixed the issue (especially if you have 4gb of ram). If that doesn't fix it then....oh yea your video card is shit lol.
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