Deathscyth Dec 18, 2013 @ 5:43pm
Solved the ' game won't start '
did the compability trick and run as admin and it didn't help.

PhysX was the problem... disregard the one that came with the game go straight to Nvidia and redownload it. Run it once to remove the buggy one. Run another to re-install it.

Works for me hope it'll help.
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commander Dec 19, 2013 @ 9:02am 
And you went through my guide I hope, as my guide explains all of that and everything else that can be possible reasons.

I have a thread on the first page and a guide it links to, you can't miss it.

Guide thread.
http://steamcommunity.com/app/42650/discussions/0/810922320144444398/

First page.
http://steamcommunity.com/app/42650/discussions/

Also the guides are on the top of the forum from the first page. =)
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Deathscyth Dec 19, 2013 @ 2:10pm 
To be honest i ran as soon as i saw the wall of writting :P Was a very nice job and i thank you for your dedication and hard work but ... needed to fix it fast and not try multiple possible solutions.
commander Dec 20, 2013 @ 9:44am 
Originally posted by Deathscyth:
To be honest i ran as soon as i saw the wall of writting :P Was a very nice job and i thank you for your dedication and hard work but ... needed to fix it fast and not try multiple possible solutions.

Most people don't know half of - most of what is in there to begin with, that is another good reason to go through the guide, and it isn't just for fixing, although it fixes most issues, it can also make your computer work better as well with your gaming.

Btw I don't think it is a wall of writing, as it is organized between what it starts with and other hardware it talks about, it's not like I'm repeating the same thing, in fact I made it easier by having download links at the bottom, it can't get much easier than what the guide started with, as I have also pointed out links to videos that show some of it during each part for more diagnostics.

The guide is there for a reason, to fix most issues, asking for help before reading through it, only makes things worse on everyone, even yourself, if you like doing things the hard way and frustrating yourself while trying to fix it and no playing at all, don't use the guide. =P

If you can't search through your computer with the help that I have shown so that you can learn your drivers and hardware parts and where to find them, such as what I have shown in the guide in links, then you shouldn't be using computers at all. =P

Just like a guy said on a forum site, if you don't know what a device driver is, throw your computer out the window. lol =P
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commander Dec 20, 2013 @ 9:56am 
Originally posted by Deathscyth:
To be honest i ran as soon as i saw the wall of writting :P Was a very nice job and i thank you for your dedication and hard work but ... needed to fix it fast and not try multiple possible solutions.

You could have scrolled down the guide if you knew what it was, I had links to the nvidia website for physx, as the geforce experience improvement program has it, if you would have downloaded also what I mentioned about that in my thread, you would have known, as they always come with the latest version of the nvidia geforce drivers, and the geforce experience program has an option "check for updates" to download the latest as well.

Everything I put into my guide is actually fun and interesting to do, as when you learn what I show in my guide, you find it a good thing to update everything I have explained.

I would not have made that guide, if I wasn't doing alot of that stuff myself.
And it would be an insult not to, as I took my time to do so, when most couldn't, just to make sure that others get their games and systems to work at their best.

Also to me, it would be foolish not to use the guide, thousands upon thousands of times on the oldest operating systems and all the way up to the latest windows, I have fixed so many issues and blue screens of death from old driver issues in every operating system, and got myself out of the trickiest situations over the past 20 years between the windows startup and other issues in windows and dos, although in most cases if it was something like a device driver missing, I knew how to fix that way back in highschool and before that, as that's just simple to replace.

I have also been through alot of gaming history, and come out of every situation, too many to think about in older operating systems over the years, many years ago.

Over time, I don't get those issues anymore, not even once.

Most issues come from messing around on websites and downloading things you shouldn't just to modify your game with fan made "mods" and other issues, you get viruses from the sites or the zip files they are compressed in, and other issues that you can only blame yourself for.

Also most new pc's have become more compatible and stable as long as you update to the latest drivers that I have provided in my guide, and all the other necessary updates for windows and your hardware that are in the guide as well.
The guide also gives you hints on things that are generic such as built in video cards or off - brand motherboards that you can fix yourself, as you shouldn't have that kind of computer anyways, but if you do, you can find ways around it, although that type of pc might give you troubles, just like a mac that you almost can't fix once it has problems, this is why a pc, not a mac, is better to have, more customizable and you can fix almost any issue, some brands today such as dell or other company compact made systems, are only compatible with specific programs, and they can be stubborn just to not allow specific programs or games to work, but if you build your own system, less of those issues happen in your gaming.
Provided that you don't overclock that is.
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