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Trouble with game Called Eudemons Please help...

Discussion in 'Games' started by briancmitchell, Apr 2, 2008.

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  1. briancmitchell

    briancmitchell Thread Starter

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    Yeah so i have been looking for some way to get this over with and get this game working anyway the game is called "Eudemons" and i have had quite a it of trouble but i have seen my fair share of computer problems related to games, but anyay back to my problem first when i had programs such as adobe photoshop and premier on this computer it got as far as the spawning screen then i would get a error message that said somthing like an error has occured with the program and has caused windows to close it or somthing to that effect, i have have already installed the latest verision of Activex , and flashplayer..i have 1.gb of ram plunty of room on my hardrive and so i dont have a clue what the problem could be, oh and also i had disabled DEP Data Execution Prevention....because before it showed me an error message with the game related to dep... so here is a screen shot of what it looks like... http://i212.photobucket.com/albums/cc92/briancmitchell1/sdx.jpg:D please help:eek::confused::confused:
     
  2. Jason Ess

    Jason Ess

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    I am not going to help you just because you posted 3 topics on this issue.

    BE PATIENT.

    Someone delete those extra topics?
     
  3. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    ONE THREAD PLEASE, all you do with the extra posts is annoy people.
     
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