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PC Game won't load

Discussion in 'Games' started by trunks1212, Feb 2, 2007.

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  1. trunks1212

    trunks1212 Thread Starter

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    I am trying to load "Rise and Fall: Civilizations at war" but I keep getting this error message:

    Error Information
    Error Code: <-5009 : 0x8002802b>
    Error Description: <>Ctor\ObjectWrapper.cpp (163)>Ctor\ObjectWrapper.cpp (391)>Kernel\Component.cpp (1163)>Ctor\ObjectWrapper.cpp (34)>Ctor\DriverWrapper.cpp (31)>Kernel\Component.cpp (1152)>Kernel\CABFile.cpp (384)>SetupDLL\SetupDLL.cpp (1526)PAPP:Rise and FallPVENDOR:Midway Home Entertainment (http://www.midway.com/rxpage/Game_Rise>

    It won't let me load the game. I think it did the same thing when I tried to load Civ 4. Can anyone help me solve this problem.
     
  2. Daredeval756

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    Update the drives, and run DXDIAG>save information> copy and paste it on here
     
  3. trunks1212

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    I don't know how to update the drivers, can you help me out with that?
     
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    Yes, but we have to know the components of your computer in order to upgrade the drivers :

    - click 'Start' on your desktop,
    - click 'Run' in the menu,
    - type the word dxdiag in the pane that will open then click 'Ok',
    - the DirectX window will open; while opening, you'll notice a progress bar in the left bottom corner of the window : when the progress bar disappears, click the 'Save all the informations' button and then click 'Ok' to save the file DxDiag.txt file on your desktop,
    - close the DirectX window,
    - double-click on the DxDiag.txt icon on your desktop,
    - Notepad will open showing the content of the file : copy paste the whole content in a new post of this current thread.
     
  5. trunks1212

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    Oh ok sorry. It wouldn't let me paste the whole thing on my reply so I'm just going to attach the file and hope that works.
     

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  6. Daredeval756

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    I will review it and te Min. Req of the games an get back to you in a little while
     
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  8. trunks1212

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    oh ok cool thanks
     
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    I did the update but i'm still having the same problem
     
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