Unreal Tournmanet problem.. DESPERATE

Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by dave434, Jul 18, 2001.

  1. dave434

    dave434 Guest

    i got unreal tournmaent a while ago and it was great, then all of a sudden when i press play a message comes up on thie screen that ses "an illegal action has occured" or somethinl ike that and i click close, and thats the end, it happens everytime. I tried un installing it, the installing it again like 10 times, and its not scratched or ne ne thing cuz i have 2 copies and both do the same thing. I dont know what to do... i'm desperate! i cant even play it!<br>
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    PLEEEAASSEEEE<br><br><i>This message was edited by dave434 on 17 Jul 2001 01:18 PM</i>
     
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  3. Dave

    Dave Don Fredo Corleone

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    Um, maybe it's not the game at all. what hardware to you have?<br>
    What os? and what direct x and if nvidia based cards what drivers?<br>
    But it is an odd error.
     
  4. dave434

    dave434 Guest

    well, i just got a new graphics card, but i got the message b4 i got the card. Its a radeon 32 MB. I use the direct X that comes with the game. I have a HP, 500 mgz, 64 ghz, 2 GB (i know, but its all i need) and that everything i think. Ne other ideas y is so messed up? What should i do? am i screwed?
     

  5. Southerns

    Southerns Guest

    Did you install anyother software just before the problem started, also have you tried re-installing your windows.<br>
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    That should do it.....
     
  6. dave434

    dave434 Guest

    i knoq this is ugnna sound stupid, but how do i reinstall windows without screwing ne thing up? Can some 1 put down the steps i hafta do?
     
  7. pitydafoo

    pitydafoo Ancient Guru

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    <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR>Originally posted by dave434:<br>
    <b>500 mgz, 64 ghz, 2 GB (i know, but its all i need) </b><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><br>
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    Good lord you've got a fast processor 64GHz? <IMG SRC="smileys/smile.gif"> Just teasing.... Anyway, you just need a method of backing up your data to rebuild. You could try just having it repair, and that might help, but I imagine if it's an HP, it just has a restore disk, not an actual Windows disk. Does it have Windows98? If so, is it SE? You might just be able to install/reinstall the SE patch, and it may help.<br>
     
  8. aunt_Jemima

    aunt_Jemima Guest

    strange, i have exactly the same problem. it seems to stem from running opengl in 32bit mode. go into ut safe mode and set the depth to 16 bit opengl instead. there is almost no visible difference. hope this helps. <IMG SRC="smileys/approve.gif">
     
  9. Highcommand

    Highcommand Guest

    The biggest disappointment in UT is that the 2nd cd comprises of compressed textures and it does almost nothing visually except cutting the framerate by 30-50% <IMG SRC="smileys/mad.gif">
     

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