Dishonored Dec 22, 2012 @ 5:30am
Error during initialization: Unhandled exception caught
The game doesn t load
I found some videos on youtube that users change the timezone and date on win 7 and the game starts, but for me didnt work.

Any update or fix out there?
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Edgier Than A Hecatommyriagon Dec 22, 2012 @ 9:55am 
Same problem I've done:
Date/Timezone Changes
Complete installs of all 3 parts
Resolution/Color Mode changes
Reinstalls (Multiple.....♥♥♥♥ing......reinstalls).
Manual Updates
Running Secondary Installs from the steamapps Black Ops 2 folder.
Some Launch Commands
Disabling Steam Community
Updating Steam
Any and all "Known Issus" and "Windows 7 Issues" etc. offered by Steam
Constant Driver updating

Really starting to ♥♥♥♥ me off
Dishonored Dec 23, 2012 @ 4:44pm 
To Fix this Problem must run as administrator the steam.exe(R click -> Run as adm/tor).
I didn't change anything else. Finally I can play!!
BubonicSquirrel Dec 29, 2012 @ 11:41am 
Dude, Thank you for this post. Got mine working immediately.
HorgeTheFlier Feb 24, 2013 @ 12:42am 
Thank you! Now work perfectly for me!!! :D
VeryProute Feb 28, 2013 @ 12:44pm 
proute proute LAUL
Slurpee Mar 15, 2013 @ 12:14pm 
Mine still don't work D:
Illuminaughty Mar 15, 2013 @ 12:18pm 
Posting your system specs is always a good idea when asking for help figuring out why your game crashes ;-)
Illuminaughty Mar 15, 2013 @ 6:43pm 
You didn't list a graphics card. Go to your start menu and type dxdiag into the text box, tell us the following thing: What your GPU/Display adapter is.
counthamilton Mar 16, 2013 @ 1:23am 
Maybe you need to update your gfx drivers or maybe even your mainboard drivers to have them work better together. But as you stated, it worked before, so I would think just the gfx drivers. But maybe just reinstall (but I think you already did).
Manimal 2K Jan 12 @ 9:25pm 
Originally posted by Dishonored:
The game doesn t load
I found some videos on youtube that users change the timezone and date on win 7 and the game starts, but for me didnt work.

Any update or fix out there?

I got this fixed. I was getting the error only in Multiplayer. Here is what I did: in the Steam Library I right clicked on Call of Duty:Black Ops II - Multiplayer and chose Properties. Go to the Local Files tab and select the "verify integrity of the game cache...." this ran for about 10 minutes and I saw it check both the standard game files and the Mulitplayer game files (not the Zombies files). after it ran the check it came back and said it needed to update the (files or cache not sure which on). after it completed the game launched and ran.



I hope this works for you.



Manimal2K
DICK BANGMAN Feb 21 @ 3:00pm 
Originally posted by Manimal 2K:
Originally posted by Dishonored:
The game doesn t load
I found some videos on youtube that users change the timezone and date on win 7 and the game starts, but for me didnt work.

Any update or fix out there?

I got this fixed. I was getting the error only in Multiplayer. Here is what I did: in the Steam Library I right clicked on Call of Duty:Black Ops II - Multiplayer and chose Properties. Go to the Local Files tab and select the "verify integrity of the game cache...." this ran for about 10 minutes and I saw it check both the standard game files and the Mulitplayer game files (not the Zombies files). after it ran the check it came back and said it needed to update the (files or cache not sure which on). after it completed the game launched and ran.



I hope this works for you.



Manimal2K
DICK BANGMAN Feb 21 @ 3:03pm 
Dude you are F*&%ing awesome this worked for me fist shot. Everyone else do what he said and your game will work again, Thanks man, You Rock!
pwnz Feb 22 @ 12:58pm 
To ♥♥♥♥ BANGMAN
Man, you are amazing, THANK YOU!
Crush17 Feb 22 @ 2:26pm 


Originally posted by Manimal 2K:
Originally posted by Dishonored:
The game doesn t load
I found some videos on youtube that users change the timezone and date on win 7 and the game starts, but for me didnt work.

Any update or fix out there?

I got this fixed. I was getting the error only in Multiplayer. Here is what I did: in the Steam Library I right clicked on Call of Duty:Black Ops II - Multiplayer and chose Properties. Go to the Local Files tab and select the "verify integrity of the game cache...." this ran for about 10 minutes and I saw it check both the standard game files and the Mulitplayer game files (not the Zombies files). after it ran the check it came back and said it needed to update the (files or cache not sure which on). after it completed the game launched and ran.



I hope this works for you.



Manimal2K

This worked for me! Thanks a lot man!
[UGL]DarkFire Feb 22 @ 3:15pm 
Just verify intergrity of game cache that fixed it for me.
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