Okay, I turned off shadows as a start and got quite a bit further than
Third game I get my first double of that game (several before). The die
is put into the right board area. It says "2". I right click it to say
"no". I hear the sound of the game ending. Crash. No outward sign of a
problem just everything frozen and the error pop-up from XP.
On 5/15/2009 6:02 AM, Jonathan Kinsey wrote:
It's quite likely that the 3d code is causing a crash at a
specific point (i.e.
drawing something the card doesn't like). You need to try and narrow
is going wrong.
If shadows are on, turn them off and see if the problem still persists.
If you've some spare time you could set up gnu to play itself with a set
starting random seed and see if it crashes. Then retry it and see if
happens at the same point and hopefully work out what is happening at
Rich Heimlich wrote:
> (Sorry guys, I hit send by mistake before I was finished with this)
> Well my fun with the app is limited these days. As I mentioned I
> my laptop to Windows 7 and 3D there doesn't work reliably (no
> the developers--just mentioning it).
> Now my 8800GTS died in my desktop and I replaced it with a Radeon
> (which is impressing me heavily for a $99 card).
> The app looks great in it but then it just crashes here and there
> apparent reason while in mid-game.
> The desktop runs Windows XP SP3 and is a stable environment and
> for a while now.
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