enache100dangeo Jan 31 @ 4:23am
Team Fortress 2 stops working
I installed Team Fortress 2 from steam these days and it`s works fine in main menu, but when I start a training , start a server or join one , it`s loads and freezes on a point where stats are showing. Please if someone knows something about this problem help me.
System Specification:
PC: DAVIO ASUS Edition
K8VX-SE Motherboard
-Processor: AMD Sempron 2800+ 1.7GHz
-Graphic Card: ATI Radeon 9250 256VRAM
-Direct X 9.0c
-ATI Catalyst Control Center v6.14 (When I start TF2 it`s say about outdated video driver)
I followed the link that`s showing and updated video driver (old video driver was v6.11)
-Max Resolution 3200x2400 (but the Monitor doesn`t support over 1280x1024 resolution)
-1024mb RAM
-Sound Driver: Sound Max v?? (I don`t have any Problems with sounds)
OS: Windows XP Professional (without Service Pack){This may be a problem I think}

SORRY FOR THE BAD ENGLISH!
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Ace42 Jan 31 @ 4:26am 
Right click in steam library > properties > Local Files tab > Verify integrity of game cache. That should fix any corrupted files.

Double check that you don't have firewalls blocking it.
DemoPan (banned) Jan 31 @ 4:34am 
I need more detail, like a screen shot or something. Use prt sc (print screen)
enache100dangeo Jan 31 @ 4:56am 
I don`t have firewalls. I am verifying integrity now
enache100dangeo Jan 31 @ 5:21am 
No improvement , with exception of an error: file://localhost/C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Doru/My%20Documents/My%20photo/fără%20titlu.JPG
enache100dangeo Jan 31 @ 5:25am 
Sorry the screen shot is not working. I better write the error:
cli.exe Application Error
The instruction at "0xffbadd11" referenced memory at "0xffbadd11". The memory could not be read.
Click on OK to terminate the program.
enache100dangeo Jan 31 @ 5:26am 
My in game settings: All low and deactivated.I think the lowest setting will help, but same on every setting
Ace42 Jan 31 @ 6:43am 
Memory error sounds bad; I'm guessing you've got some faulty ram or something. Run a RAM checker to see if you've got a damaged stick.
Satsujin Jiken Jan 31 @ 7:02am 
Note that it doesn't necessary mean physical memory error and it's possible RAM checker turns out perfect results. The message just means data was not buffered where the software thought it would be in the way it thought it would be. AFAIK errors like this could be one of your standard hiccups with for example gfx drivers.
enache100dangeo Jan 31 @ 9:37am 
I did it I reinstalled the video driver cli.exe. And it`s working but I need to wait more than 10 minutes to load any map.But in game is working with 60fps. :). Thanks to Ace42 without him I`m sure i will not find the problem causing game to freeze.But the long loading time it`s killing (whatever I am reading a book or something when it`s load)
Satsujin Jiken Jan 31 @ 9:41am 
Nice, but
I need to wait more than 10 minutes to load any map
doesn't sound OK to me :P
enache100dangeo Feb 1 @ 1:10am 
I know but I observed the loading times gets shorter more i`m palying. Anyway Thanks all for Help
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