Grand Ages: Rome

Grand Ages: Rome

TubeSlinger Nov 22, 2012 @ 11:06pm
Just got the game now it crashes
It just keeps crashing out of no where
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I'll assume you're referring to crash on startup. After doing some digging around, I was able to resolve the issue:

If you are using dual monitors, both monitors must be set to the same refresh rate. Additionally, the game resolution must match the resolution of the primary monitor. If either of these is false, you may get the crash.

Unfortunately, you may need to temporarily disable the second monitor in order to get into game to adjust the game resolution, but it's a minor inconvenience.
Imp0815 Dec 21, 2012 @ 8:21am

>MFW when modern developers asume every idiot only has one monitor, thats a poverty certificate.
EternalMagus Jan 5, 2014 @ 2:43pm 
You have 19 hours left to purchase the Gold edition of this game for $2.81 on green man gaming [steam version] @ 75% off with an additional 25% off with coupon code GMG25-0YUM5-VKMVU If purchased at green man gaming you will also receive $0.10 credit for future purchases.
Available drm free i.e. on dvd rom at for $6.99 with free shipping when total order is at least $35.00; this version i.e. the dvd version states that it is windows 7 compatible. The version on steam says: OS: Windows® XP & Vista.
. This is for the complete Rome Gold version which has 4X Epic Retail-Time Strategy that includes the complete, fully updated 'GRAND AGES ROME' and the 'REIGN OF AUGUSTUS' Expansion Pack....The reason I mention this on this thread- is that the dvd version lists windows 7 compatible- while the steam version does not.
[_-= Zer0 =-_] Jan 17, 2014 @ 2:58am 
If you have technical issues with Grand Ages: Rome please write an e-mail to the Kalypso Media Support " ". Please include a DxDiag and a description of your problem within the mail.

To create the DxDiag.txt, please do the following:

Click "Start" button and choose "Run". Or alternatively, press (Windows-Button)+R.
Then type "dxdiag" (without quotation marks) and click Ok.
You will find all relevant information in the following window.
Click the "Save all Information" button, located at the bottom of the program window.
Save the file as "dxdiag.txt".
Attach the file "dxdiag.txt" with your E-mail reply.

Thank you very much for your assistance.
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Date Posted: Nov 22, 2012 @ 11:06pm
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