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Gearie 13 jan à 3h33
"The most excellent game, Psychonauts has stopped working."
Can someone explain this crash message constantly popping up?
Dernière modification de Gearie; 13 jan à 20h36
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Madd the Sane 13 jan à 11h06 
Psychonauts is crashing. And with how DoubleFine set up their app's info on Windows, it identifies itself as "The most amazing game, Psychonauts".
magicks 13 jan à 11h22 
Set compatibility settings to WIndows 98 and it will stop.
Gearie 13 jan à 17h37 
thanks guys
MrPower46 13 jan à 20h02 
I think it is technically "The Most Excellent Game Psychonauts", but yes.
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Gearie 13 jan à 20h37 
MrPower46 a écrit :
I think it is technically "The Most Excellent Game Psychonauts, but yes.

you didnt see anythinn♥♥♥♥♥
NinjaToad 14 jan à 12h05 
A.V.A.L.O.N. a écrit :
Set compatibility settings to WIndows 98 and it will stop.
How do I do that?
MrPower46 14 jan à 12h45 
NinjaToad a écrit :
A.V.A.L.O.N. a écrit :
Set compatibility settings to WIndows 98 and it will stop.
How do I do that?
Navigate to C:/Programs Files (x86)/Steam/steamapps/common/Psychonauts and then look for Psychonauts.exe (it has the icon of Rasputin). Right click on the file, select Properties, select Compatibility, and check the box for running in compatibility mode. Then, select the drop down menu, and choose Windows 98/Windows ME. Click apply, then OK. Next time you run it, it will be in compatibility mode.

If you don't have a "Program Files (x86)", change that to "Program Files". If you changed the install location of Steam, replace "C:/Program Files (x86)/Steam" with your install location.
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NinjaToad 14 jan à 13h24 
MrPower46 a écrit :
NinjaToad a écrit :
How do I do that?
Navigate to C:/Programs Files (x86)/Steam/steamapps/common/Psychonauts and then look for Psychonauts.exe (it has the icon of Rasputin). Right click on the file, select Properties, select Compatibility, and check the box for running in compatibility mode. Then, select the drop down menu, and choose Windows 98/Windows ME. Click apply, then OK. Next time you run it, it will be in compatibility mode.

If you don't have a "Program Files (x86)", change that to "Program Files". If you changed the install location of Steam, replace "C:/Program Files (x86)/Steam" with your install location.
How do I get there though? I've tried a lot of things to get there but none of them work.

NVM A serch I was doing randomly desided to work this time! :D thank you!
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Gearie 14 jan à 13h25 
MrPower46 a écrit :
NinjaToad a écrit :
How do I do that?
Navigate to C:/Programs Files (x86)/Steam/steamapps/common/Psychonauts and then look for Psychonauts.exe (it has the icon of Rasputin). Right click on the file, select Properties, select Compatibility, and check the box for running in compatibility mode. Then, select the drop down menu, and choose Windows 98/Windows ME. Click apply, then OK. Next time you run it, it will be in compatibility mode.

If you don't have a "Program Files (x86)", change that to "Program Files". If you changed the install location of Steam, replace "C:/Program Files (x86)/Steam" with your install location.

Thanks mate
Gearie 14 jan à 13h30 
NinjaToad a écrit :
MrPower46 a écrit :
Navigate to C:/Programs Files (x86)/Steam/steamapps/common/Psychonauts and then look for Psychonauts.exe (it has the icon of Rasputin). Right click on the file, select Properties, select Compatibility, and check the box for running in compatibility mode. Then, select the drop down menu, and choose Windows 98/Windows ME. Click apply, then OK. Next time you run it, it will be in compatibility mode.

If you don't have a "Program Files (x86)", change that to "Program Files". If you changed the install location of Steam, replace "C:/Program Files (x86)/Steam" with your install location.
How do I get there though? I've tried a lot of things to get there but none of them work.

Under 'Computer' in the Libraries menu click on Local Disk (C:) and literally follow Mr Power's exact install path that he wrote in the first line of his post...

(C:) Program files (x86)>Steam>SteamApps>Common>Psychonauts> and right click and select properties on the Psychonauts.exe (or Psychonauts without the .exe if you have file extensions off)
NinjaToad 14 jan à 13h38 
NinjaToad a écrit :
How do I get there though? I've tried a lot of things to get there but none of them work.

Under 'Computer' in the Libraries menu click on Local Disk (C:) and literally follow Mr Power's exact install path that he wrote in the first line of his post...

(C:) Program files (x86)>Steam>SteamApps>Common>Psychonauts> and right click and select properties on the Psychonauts.exe (or Psychonauts without the .exe if you have file extensions off)
You didn't read the editted version, it wasn't working for me but then randomly went "Oh yeah, I'm supposed to do that!" and *pop* it magicly appeared!
Gearie 14 jan à 13h41 
glad to see others are still playing this game btw
NinjaToad 14 jan à 13h44 
glad to see others are still playing this game btw
I know! I got it in the last christmas sale and it is AMAZING! I hope they make a second one at some point.
Gearie 14 jan à 13h46 
first played this game in 2006. I personally love the first 30% of the game jumping around the camp finding Agent Cruller at random places and screwing with Bobby Zilch while listening to the games awesome soundtrack.
MrPower46 15 jan à 23h44 
MrPower46 a écrit :
Navigate to C:/Programs Files (x86)/Steam/steamapps/common/Psychonauts and then look for Psychonauts.exe (it has the icon of Rasputin). Right click on the file, select Properties, select Compatibility, and check the box for running in compatibility mode. Then, select the drop down menu, and choose Windows 98/Windows ME. Click apply, then OK. Next time you run it, it will be in compatibility mode.

If you don't have a "Program Files (x86)", change that to "Program Files". If you changed the install location of Steam, replace "C:/Program Files (x86)/Steam" with your install location.

Thanks mate
No problem. It is a common question on this board, so I am glad to help.
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