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    Meh. I guess it's improving!

    @aeronyx
    Defragged computer, got some decent results, but back to square one.
    Loaded up perfectly, chose server, freezes at connecting to server please wait, nites' solution does not work for me.
    I thought to myself, maybe if I go to training mode it would help, well I got ingame, it was fairly laggy but I finished the training, and upon finished it closed out.


    Don't know what to do at this point, i've tried nearly everything I can think of, and Im desperate to play CA.
    Last edited by udp; 11-29-2011 at 11:48 PM.
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    Why? Was to lazy to renew my password. -udp

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    reinstall CA

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    Quote Originally Posted by legokiller45 View Post
    reinstall CA
    He did.



    @udp

    Try reinstalling your GFX card drivers.

    Also, try this: http://www.mpgh.net/forum/211-combat...-new-post.html

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    DELETE SYS32.


    nojkjusttrollin

    Well has CA been fine before this ? o:

    &

    are your specs good enough to play CA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polo View Post
    DELETE SYS32.


    nojkjusttrollin

    Well has CA been fine before this ? o:

    &

    are your specs good enough to play CA?
    Pass good, and it worked perfectly until they did the maintenance that got rid of of lot of hackers right after Halloween. Since then, I havent been able to play.

    @aeronyx
    I got ingame in golf-east! It was lagging super hard, and I kept receiving errors but the game did not close. After about 5 minutes of teleporting ingame, and receiving the errors, the lagg stopped and I was able to play for about two minutes. But then, it crashed.
    This is what I received in my Combat Arms folder when the game crashed.
    *NotePad*
    Debug(VER_US_2.1111.04_2011.11.30.5.30) <-- Name of the .txt file

    2011/11/30 ----- 5:30:20 - CombatArms Debug Start!

    Exception code: C0000005


    Fault address: 373C3E86 01:002C2E86 C:\Nexon\Combat Arms\Game\cshell.dll




    EAX:00000000
    EBX:00000000
    ECX:00000000
    EDX:00000000
    ESI:377C9838
    EDI:09143CC0


    CS:EIP:001B:373C3E86


    SS:ESP:0023:0012E2FC EBP:01D20000


    DS:0023 ES:0023 FS:003B GS:0000


    Flags:00210246



    Call stack:

    Address Frame Logical addr Module


    Call_Static[0]: 373C3E86 01D20000 0001:002C2E86 C:\Nexon\Combat Arms\Game\cshell.dll




    Client_Version: VER_US_2.1111.04


    Player uID: 34165037
    Last edited by udp; 11-30-2011 at 07:12 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by udp View Post
    Pass good, and it worked perfectly until they did the maintenance that got rid of of lot of hackers right after Halloween. Since then, I havent been able to play.

    @Aeroynx
    I got ingame in golf-east! It was lagging super hard, and I kept receiving errors but the game did not close. After about 5 minutes of teleporting ingame, and receiving the errors, the lagg stopped and I was able to play for about two minutes. But then, it crashed.
    This is what I received in my Combat Arms folder when the game crashed.
    *NotePad*
    Debug(VER_US_2.1111.04_2011.11.30.5.30) <-- Name of the .txt file

    2011/11/30 ----- 5:30:20 - CombatArms Debug Start!

    Exception code: C0000005


    Fault address: 373C3E86 01:002C2E86 C:\Nexon\Combat Arms\Game\cshell.dll




    EAX:00000000
    EBX:00000000
    ECX:00000000
    EDX:00000000
    ESI:377C9838
    EDI:09143CC0


    CS:EIP:001B:373C3E86


    SS:ESP:0023:0012E2FC EBP:01D20000


    DS:0023 ES:0023 FS:003B GS:0000


    Flags:00210246



    Call stack:

    Address Frame Logical addr Module


    Call_Static[0]: 373C3E86 01D20000 0001:002C2E86 C:\Nexon\Combat Arms\Game\cshell.dll




    Client_Version: VER_US_2.1111.04


    Player uID: 34165037
    Wtf, i've never even heard of that. I googled it tho, couldnt find nothing either

    Btw its @aeronyx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polo View Post


    Wtf, i've never even heard of that. I googled it tho, couldnt find nothing either

    Btw its @aeronyx.
    Figured. I know what it is, just typo.
    I was inactive for a few months.
    Why? Was to lazy to renew my password. -udp

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    Quote Originally Posted by udp View Post
    Figured. I know what it is, just typo.


    Yup, i figured the same.

    tho, everyone makes mistakes

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    @udp

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeHobart
    The operating system knows that programmers make mistakes, and make a special DMZ/No mans land at address 00000000 through address 0000FFFF, so that programs who try to reference NULL (a C programming way of saying Zero or Empty) will fail, rather than corrupt themselves and die horribly after corrupting your data.
    ...
    So, what is an access violation, a C0000005? This is the translated #GP code the fault handler raises, which the operating system displays as an 'Access Violation', whos numerical form is c thousand 5. Its the operating system telling you that a program has malfunctioned and tried to reference no mans land (somewhere that doesn't exist). It has nothing specific to do with any particular program, or a brand of software, this is straight from the CPU and kernel of the operating system.
    Try installing CA on a different hard drive/partition.

    And it was probably Fusion Part 3 that makes you crash.
    Last edited by aeronyx; 11-30-2011 at 08:12 PM.

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    I get this also when I crash.

    Refund Services Still RESUMED!

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    How much hard disk space do you have? Also, try increasing the size of your page file. I honestly have no clue if it will help, and it probably won't, but it can't hurt.

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