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Crash in application version: grpcrc1.35


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I've just started to get this error message, first happened a couple of days ago and went away after a defrag & a registry clean-up.But now it's back and nothing I do seems to have an effect:

Crash in application version: grpcrc1.35

Could not create render target because IDirect3D9::CreateTexture call failed.

Direct3D does not have enough display memory to perform the operation.

My pc had been sluggish for a while so I reformatted a week ago and optimised my XP settings to get better GRAW performance, except I didn't! Pre-format I was getting 25 - 30 fps on MP Avenues, post format that dropped to 15 - 20fps and the optimisation has maybe increased that by 2fps max.

The only other symptom I appear to have is 100% cpu usage when attempting to watch video from the internet, youtube etc. Could this be related???

Specs:

Gigabyte GA-VAX Mobo

AMD Sempron 2500

1 gig PC2700 RAM

BFG 7600GS 512mb

80 gig HD

XP Pro SP2

I know the spec isn't brilliant and a core 2 duo is hopefully on the horizon but pre-format and 1.35 patch I never had any system issues ike this, at all.

Any help or suggestions appreciated.

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Yes, I updated directx during the install. GRAW went straight on after the re-format so I was on basic XP Pro setup.

Drivers are the latest Forceware 93.71 taken from the Nvidia site.

Checking the error message from a few days ago, it's actually slightly different:

Crash in application version: grpcrc1.35

CreateTexture() failed in D3DBackBufferCopyTexture.

Direct3D does not have enough display memory to perform the operation.

The commonality is they're both reporting not enough display memory?

This kind of problem is beyond my ability but before I go for a fresh game / direct x install, I wanted to make sure it wasn't fundamentally something else.

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try start, run dxdiag.exe

Check the direct x files... at the end if good it should say no problems found.

Go to display and run all tests.

Download directx 9.0c from this link... http://www.tucows.com/get/194328_118218

and see if it will re-install it. I am using the same drivers from as you but you could use driver cleaner professional then re-install them.

Driver cleaner pro is highly recommended... you can get it here... http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=745

It's free.

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