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General Protection Fault in original Unreal

Discussion in 'Hardware, Software & Troubleshooting' started by Astaldo, Apr 21, 2000.

  1. Astaldo

    Astaldo New Member

    Apr 21, 2000
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    I recently re-installed Unreal. Now, when It starts up, I get a 'Critical error' notice about a 'General Protection Fault.' I tried it with and without Return to Na Pali, which updates it to 2.24 It runs in safe mode.
    My computer:
    Pentium 2 450mhz
    256 megs of ram
    DirectX 7
    Voodoo 3 AGP
    Sound Blaster Live!
  2. The Toastman

    The Toastman New Member

    Apr 19, 2000
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    Hmmm. Unfortunately, The GPF (general protection fault) error in Windows is about the most generic error Winbloze can give. Only thing I can think of off hand is make certain all of your drivers are current. You might also try starting up Unreal in safe mode, going under advanced options, setting Unreal to use software mode and low-quality sound with no extra options and see if it will start up normally (making certain an option your system doesn't support isn't selected). If it does, then trying turning things back on one at a time. Good luck.

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