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#1 Sep 26 2012 at 5:28 PM Rating: Excellent
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I am not able to log in,i get to the "play" button then it starts loading and i get ....

The instruction at 0x041e891e referenced memory at 0xfffffffc. the memory could not be read.





Was working fine as of last nite.Was able to get on with no problem.....any idea's or help please

It would start flickering like it wants to load...
#2 Sep 26 2012 at 11:58 PM Rating: Excellent
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could be a couple things. if it stopped working after a long session of playing you prossibly overheated at some point and cooked something. Or it could be an OS crash corrupted something important in the game or in the OS itself. It may very well be a failed fan on your video card, a failed ram module, a failed video ram module, or something along the lines of a power supply undervoltage. If you have a different video card to swap in to test i'd start there, then ram. if neither of those things fix it, try a different game to see if the issue is with all games or just eq, if its all, its either the OS or the hardware.
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#3 Sep 27 2012 at 1:36 PM Rating: Excellent
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Dread Lörd Kaolian wrote:
could be a couple things. if it stopped working after a long session of playing you prossibly overheated at some point and cooked something. Or it could be an OS crash corrupted something important in the game or in the OS itself. It may very well be a failed fan on your video card, a failed ram module, a failed video ram module, or something along the lines of a power supply undervoltage. If you have a different video card to swap in to test i'd start there, then ram. if neither of those things fix it, try a different game to see if the issue is with all games or just eq, if its all, its either the OS or the hardware.


Couldnt have cooked it,i turned off the computer (as i do every night i play) right after im done...and the computer was off until i wanted to play.
I just uninstalled it then reinstalled it and same thing..ill tr a few other things.

Thanks for the suggestions
#4 Sep 27 2012 at 1:53 PM Rating: Excellent
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Got it running.... had to change Resolution in game
#5 Sep 27 2012 at 5:01 PM Rating: Decent
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Eubedyen wrote:
Dread Lörd Kaolian wrote:
could be a couple things. if it stopped working after a long session of playing you prossibly overheated at some point and cooked something. Or it could be an OS crash corrupted something important in the game or in the OS itself. It may very well be a failed fan on your video card, a failed ram module, a failed video ram module, or something along the lines of a power supply undervoltage. If you have a different video card to swap in to test i'd start there, then ram. if neither of those things fix it, try a different game to see if the issue is with all games or just eq, if its all, its either the OS or the hardware.


Couldnt have cooked it,i turned off the computer (as i do every night i play) right after im done...and the computer was off until i wanted to play.
I just uninstalled it then reinstalled it and same thing..ill tr a few other things.

Thanks for the suggestions


Whether or not you turned it off and left it off all night is irrelevant as to whether or not you fried something. If it was operating beyond its safe operating threshold for any length of time, it may have decided to break the next time it was turned on. It's like the light bulb that flashes blue and dies when you flip the switch. It was damaged and the stress of being powered up caused it to die.

A different resolution fixing the problem is usually an indicator of bad drivers or a GPU getting ready to die.
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