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Dark Physics & Dark A.I. & Dark Dynamix / Illegial operation errors with the bridge demo

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Posted: 2nd Aug 2006 16:50 Edited at: 2nd Aug 2006 16:52


It happens when you press the space bar 5 times.

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Posted: 2nd Aug 2006 16:53
Philbert McTwitch, please click on the click here info and let me know what the error report contains.
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Posted: 2nd Aug 2006 16:55
Can you also let me know if you're using dual core.
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Posted: 2nd Aug 2006 16:58 Edited at: 2nd Aug 2006 17:00
Not much help, I'm afraid :



No dual core here - its a P4, 2.4Ghz, Geforce4MX machine. Latest graphics drivers (of course), 2.5.0 Physx drivers

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Posted: 2nd Aug 2006 17:01
Please click on the technical information part to see more info.
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Posted: 2nd Aug 2006 17:09 Edited at: 2nd Aug 2006 17:12


Unfortunately there is no text version of the error message...

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Posted: 2nd Aug 2006 17:11
Thanks. I was hoping it might show information as to which DLL the program may have crashed in. About your computer - is it dual core? Can you provide further details about it please.
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Posted: 2nd Aug 2006 17:13 Edited at: 2nd Aug 2006 17:36
No, its not dual core.

Its a single processor, P4 2.4Ghz, 512Mb RAM, Geforce4 MX (64Mb).

The problem happens every time, after the 5th press of the space bar.

All of the options at the start aren't active (the program only runs at 13FPS if they are).

This message may be more of use :



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Posted: 3rd Aug 2006 00:53
I'm continuing to look into it Philbert. Hope to have an update for you soon.
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Posted: 3rd Aug 2006 01:00
Okay

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