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UED Locks Up Whole Computer...

Discussion in 'Mapping' started by DexterII|PuF, Jul 3, 2001.

  1. DexterII|PuF

    DexterII|PuF Boy Genius

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    Ok I've been mapping for some time now and have never had serious problems with UED. But recently I just formatted my Hard Drive. And reinstalled UT and UED. I noticed I don't have Unreal.exe anymore but I think I had it last time because I installed UT with an older disk. I have all the bonus packs and everything. Now when I load UED and map a little every once in a while it locks up when I'm in 3d view and moving the camera backwards.

    Also I switch video cards but I updated all the drivers and everything and it's my original card cause the new one didn't seem to load UT fast enough and wasn't using its on board memory. But UED used to work fine with this card. Anyone know how to help?
     
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    DexterII|PuF Boy Genius

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    First, are you running the 436 patch? If not, get it from the files area here on PU. Second, if you are in 3D supported rendering, you may need to switch to software rendering for the editor if you have a 32MB or 64MB RAM config, especially if the CPU on the machine is aging and not hitting full clock speed (check that by going into UnrealTournament\System folder and looking for detected.log, a simple ASCII text file which can be opened in Notepad on Windows machines). If none of this helps, then you may want to try a full scandisk & disk defrag. Just becuase you formatted the drive doesn't mean there aren't still errors on the drive which need to be fixed.

    Hope this helps. :)
     
  4. DexterII|PuF

    DexterII|PuF Boy Genius

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    Ok ran scan disk no errors
    733 MHz seems to be around ~731MHz but thats how it's always been.

    Still I can't figure it out.
     

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