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Mr Goodnight 25 mrt 2013 om 2:15nm
AA3
Just changed my OS to win 8 pro. loaded steam then through steam downloaded AA3 went to start the game and it crashed. reloaded steam and AA3 3 times checked and tested Punk buster but still crashes. so on a seperate hard disk loaded win 7 ultimate then steam then AA3 and it still crashes. anyone offer any suggestions
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Pottsy404 25 mrt 2013 om 2:30nm 
Try getting a new pc that might work
Mr Goodnight 25 mrt 2013 om 2:31nm 
R u 4 real
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Mr Goodnight 25 mrt 2013 om 2:33nm 
No S**T Sherlock
Mr Goodnight 25 mrt 2013 om 3:42nm 
OK so ive tried running AA3 without starting steam and it started up but it did ask me to start Steam! but as soon as i did it crashed.
Ive done a compatability test and run as if under windows 7 and it still crashes. but only when steam is started. I dont think the prob is a win 8 issue . and never being a fan of Steam (putting difference aside) it still does'nt bloody work.
mmchaos 25 mrt 2013 om 4:27nm 
update your drivers
Mr Goodnight 26 mrt 2013 om 7:48vm 
all up to date
Throne hunter 28 mrt 2013 om 9:24vm 
Upgraded from 7 to 8 Pro as well, no problems.
Iceman67 28 mrt 2013 om 7:03nm 
that bites, did you try compatability mode
nosajman 30 mrt 2013 om 5:13vm 
Right click your game in steam and have it check your files since it's both op systems. Maybe you have anti virus or something mangling it?
Mr Goodnight 30 mrt 2013 om 12:59nm 
compatability mode ok. no viruses firewall permissions granted to steam and aa3, really bugging the crap outta me now!
Mr Goodnight 30 mrt 2013 om 1:01nm 
If I start AA3 straight from the .exe it starts but asks me to start steam and as soon as i start steam BANG!!! it crashes!
Mr Goodnight 30 mrt 2013 om 1:02nm 
OH and no probs running any other game through steam.
sleepysloth420 7 apr 2013 om 4:01nm 
You need to find steam.exe and run in capable mode with window 7. Just steam tho. I know sonmething happen to me aswell.
FlatbeddingMonkey 7 apr 2013 om 5:28nm 
Steam seems to like to cause issues. I wish AA never went to Steam. I know before you could download it from other websites as a standalone, but that was before I had a computer to even support it. THis is my first game I've used with Steam, but I had a friend who bought Sniper on disk, and it required Steam to play! Stupid. Why would you need Steam when you have a disc? Also seems that you got to be online to play completely solo player games unless you put Steam into offline mode and that caused some issues.
Mr Goodnight 7 apr 2013 om 5:35nm 
cheers guys
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