Runtime Error: Pure Virtual Function Call..Happens During James Bond: Nightfire

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BrownPanther

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Hey, I installed James Bond: Nightfire and during the game a message comes up and it says

Runtime Error:

R6025: Pure Virtual Function Call

and the only choice is ok, so once you click it the game exits...i have been tryin to figure this out for days now and i finally gave up...

Need your help..anyone...please

Thanks

Ps- my email is [email protected]
 
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BrownPanther,

Welcome to TSG

Go to Control Panel then System, in the system properties, click on the performance tab, click on Virtual Memory, click on : let me specify my own virtual memory settings, then click the " disable virtual memory (not recommanded). It is not recommanded but that's what you must do. You must restart your computer and do the same process but this time re-activate the virtual memory settings to its original position and re-boot once again!

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http://webhelp.mindspring.com/wwwboard/messages/7704.html
 

BrownPanther

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THank for the initial help and heres what happened

I am running XP so i couldn't exactly find everything you said but i think i did it right

Control Panel, System Properties

and when i got to the virtual memory area heres what i saw

Paging File Size for Selected Drive

Option 1 - Custom
Option 2 - System Managed
Option 3 - No paging file

it was originally set to Custom and the parameters were
Initial Size = 384
Max Size = 768

I went to No paging file because i couldn't find a check box that said disable, restarted and put it back to the original...tried the game and it stilll didn't work

=(
 
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Hi there,

i got the same error. I'm with WIN 98 SE. I will try the solution with the virtual memory. Sounds funny, but hell. If it works i call back.
 
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