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problem in Saw

Discussion in 'Games' started by myms, Apr 3, 2010.

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  1. myms

    myms Thread Starter

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    i recently bought Saw and installed it. when i start d game a picture of saw comes up , n after that "windows has encountered an error" problem occurs.
    is it due to insufficiient video card?? in requirement it says 128 mb nvidia card........ i have default 128mb graphics memory but not nvidia......
     
  2. Gulo Luseus

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    Can you be more specific with system specs? CPU, graphics card, model ( if its a bought one) , as much as you have. Without it, not a lot to do I afraid :)
     
  3. myms

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    i am using windows xp sp2, Intel pentium IV, 3.0 Ghz...... and i havent installed any graphics card.
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  4. Gulo Luseus

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    Couple of potential problems there. If you are using onboard graphics it may well be that they are not u to the job. saw requires a 6600 minimum, 7600 preferred to run. You dont say which motherboard or graphics chipset you have, so not sure on that but it seems quite likely.
    secondly is the win version. Saw wants XP SP3, you have 2, this may be a contributory factor.
     
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    thankx gulo........... i'll check it later
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