republic commando crash problem

Intel / Awrdacpi
April 25, 2009 at 08:26:20
Specs: Windows XP Professional, 3.44 GHz / 3326 MB
ok, so I installed republic commando about 6
months ago and played it for a while, got to
like the fourth mission and then had to shut
down for the night. the very next day I boot it
up and click load, it comes up with the loading
screen and shows that it is fully loaded and
then the screen flashes and goes to my
desktop with an error message saying
"SWRepublicCommando.exe has errored and
needs to close." when I click on details and
tech details, it comes up with a different
appcompat.txt everytime; it'll be like
ea36appcompat.txt and then the next time it'll
be 3ot9appcompat.txt or something like that.
so when I go to the folder that they're located
in and open it, it comes up with compatability
stuff for kernel32.dll but as soon as I click
don't send or send error report the
appcompat.txt in the folder disappears. if
anyone has any idea what is going on, help
would be extremely appreciated since
lucasarts tech support didn't help worth a crap.
so any help at all. Thanx.

PS. this is a self-built computer so it may be
hardware issues.


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#1
April 25, 2009 at 16:41:31
Did you open the text file? The appcompat.txt errors, when opened will give you a full path to the file that's causing the problems. Appcompat.txt is just Windows way of giving information for uploading error reports. It isn't an error in itself. See the following link for more information.

http://ask-leo.com/how_do_i_resolve...


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#2
April 26, 2009 at 18:54:23
I did open the txt and it had a bunch of stuff about the size of
kernel32.dll and stuff. but I get that appcompat.txt isn't the
actual error, it's why the error is occurring is what I'm trying to
figure out. thanks for the link though, it is a help. so far it
helps none with running it on windows vista, but I can at least
try fixing it on windows xp and just boot up on xp when I want
to play it. thanx!

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#3
April 26, 2009 at 19:24:18
nevermind, I found how to do a system file scan on vista. just
didn't look long enough. thanx again.

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