|08 Aug 2010||#1|
Program has stopped working -_-
I'm sure many of us have encountered this problem, and before I hear from people who say "you need to check to make sure other threads haven't been made about this", I already did...and their solutions didn't help. Hence, the starting of my own thread.
I've never really had a problem with computer games on my laptop (Toshiba Satellite A305-S6905) before until I bought and played that cursed Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4. That game crashed and glitched it's way into my personal file of Hell . Ever since I uninstalled and burned the game (okay, I just broke it and trashed it), any game I play on here has been crashing at the title screen with a " ________ has stopped working. Please wait while Windows checks for a solution", upon which a solution is never found. I've researched (aka googled) and a lot of people are associating it with a Flash 10 problem. I did have to upgrade to Flash 10 when I got the Lego Harry Potter so it could be this, but I haven't gotten a fix for it. Anyway, any help whatsoever is greatly appreciated. Seems like I can't play anything on this laptop anymore and it's driving me bonkers.
Thanks in advance
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|09 Aug 2010||#5|
Best case might be to do a system restore back from before you installed the Lego game.
If not, try reinstalling the graphics drivers. Also open command prompt (right click and run as admin) and type: sfc /scannow
+ 1 and while you are at it, do an upgrade to the sound drivers as well... it wouldn't hurt
Even if you do a system restore, I would also do a Fresh Uninstall/Install of the drivers if you see something fishy with the new games you play.
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