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Hi any one had this problem before...

Multiplayer coop contact. i reach a set point in the game play the screen freezes like a photo, i can still hear myself running and shooting but the screen picture reamins the same i cannot get out of the game i have to crash the computer.

running GRAW patch 1.3

agie physx driver (no Card) 2.5

winpows xp serv pack 2 latest updates

Nvidia agp G force 6600Gt driver 93.71

P4

I gig memory

just formatted drive three times and relaoded GRAW no change

it used to play ok but now having this problem after the formats

i have adjusted screen setting auto detected etc no change lowered resolution and details all to low still no change

is this a known bug in coop ? or have i stuffed something up?

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What version of ForceWare were you using prior to 93.71 and did this start occurring after you updated?

Were you using a 3rd party program (NVTray) with the old drivers, if so, they need to be re-set.

The video freeze is not a game-mode specific error, it happens in SP and MP, but a problem with the (GeForce) GPU trying to handle more info than it is capable of.

Last recourse would be to roll back the drivers to the last version that was stable for you.

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What version of ForceWare were you using prior to 93.71 and did this start occurring after you updated?

Were you using a 3rd party program (NVTray) with the old drivers, if so, they need to be re-set.

The video freeze is not a game-mode specific error, it happens in SP and MP, but a problem with the (GeForce) GPU trying to handle more info than it is capable of.

Last recourse would be to roll back the drivers to the last version that was stable for you.

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What version of ForceWare were you using prior to 93.71 and did this start occurring after you updated?

Were you using a 3rd party program (NVTray) with the old drivers, if so, they need to be re-set.

The video freeze is not a game-mode specific error, it happens in SP and MP, but a problem with the (GeForce) GPU trying to handle more info than it is capable of.

Last recourse would be to roll back the drivers to the last version that was stable for you.

Many thanks "Noquater" for the info i will do a roll back as suggested to see if this fixes it,

i am pretty sure your on the money.

once again thanks for the help i'll post an update just incase anyone else comes across this problem

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