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Application errors from new pc

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Shovelman, Oct 4, 2003.

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  1. Shovelman

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    I have just built my new pc for the first time... When i install my new video games (everquest, ghost recon, neverwinter nights) they all work right after i install, i play them fine, everything works just great... but when i turn off the pc and come back it gives me "Everquest.exe failed" , Ghostrecon.exe failed" , or "neverwinter nights.exe failed"
    and in my system information under windows error reporting all i see is "Application error" and "Application Hang" about faulting module for each game.
    I have no clue what could be going on seeming that they work right after i install them, I could really use some help if anyone could give it, email me at [email protected] or post please, thanks
     
  2. michael_jii

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    hey shovelman, what os are you running?
     
  3. Shovelman

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    im running on windows xp professional
     
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    added them to signature
     
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