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Topic # 13236 30-Apr-2007 02:56
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Hellou jsut bought this game ,i have a problem with game called "Fable: the lost chapters".I jsut got a new computer and tought that it would be cool to play it now,coz i was unable to play it on my old one.So i installed it.and played a lil time and i got an error:S.The error gives 2 joices send error or dont send error.No matter what i press it closes the game.Friend told it could be my new memory is damaged or something wrong with it.And other friend told me that it could be from that i tryed to start the game wothout cracking it first,that he had same thing with nfs carbon.I already tried the re-install tough.didnt help.

The error i found from the event view is:Faulting application fable.exe, version, faulting module fable.exe, version, fault address 0x007e61e7.
Cant find more info from there tought:\.

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BDFL - Memuneh
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Reply # 68899 30-Apr-2007 08:00
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It could be lots of things - but certainly nothing to do with cracking the game.

It could be faulty memory, faulty hard drive, faulty CD drive,scratched CD, or even if you are overclocking your computer.

There are some free memory test tools - search for Microsoft Memory Diagnostics for a good one to start with.

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