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Problems running Neverwinter Nights

By eklipze
Jul 12, 2002
  1. Problems running a game please help

    Ok, i bought neverwinter nights
    Randomly while playing the game it will freeze, and the sound loops, i can cntrl alt del and theres a program error "nwemain has generated errors"
    more often then not it happens on load screens, but also while playing somtimes to, i cant play the game for like more then 15 mins without it crashing.

    my specs are
    Athlon 1gig
    64mb Geforce2 GTS
    SB live

    my drivers are up to date and ive also downloaded latest game patchs, can somone help please :(
  2. uncleel

    uncleel TS Rookie Posts: 980

    Nvidia "infinite loop" error
    [Comments] by Per Hansson - 12/22/2001 @ 3:15 am
    What are the symptoms of this error?
    The error normally occurs under a Direct3D or OpenGL application, on systems using a GeForce 2 or GeForce 3
    video card with WinXP and the Nvidia detonator drivers 23.11 or 21.83. There are reports, however, of the issue
    occurring under Win2K. There are also reports of this occurring with ATI video cards but this has not been confirmed by VIA.

    OpenGL- spontaneous reboot, hardware lockup or insufficient virtual memory error from WinXP

    Direct 3D - Hardware lockup, BSOD with a message about an infinite loop error with a Nvidia driver

    BSOD error message - this varies but refers to a problem with "nv4_disp.dll"

    Here is the page that describes the different steps you can try to solve this problem.

  3. eklipze

    eklipze TS Rookie Topic Starter

    dont think its the same problem to be honest
  4. Demiurg

    Demiurg TS Rookie Posts: 85

    Sounds extremely annoying. I've seen a few posts on the official forums describing the same problem, but no solution, except this one, which turned out to be caused by conflicting IRQ's. Might want to check it out.

    The ULTIMATE TECH HELP GUIDE is good, but sorry to say hardly ultimate, as I can't see anything that would solve your problem...
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