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I'm running an 8GB Ram Nvidia 965M Asus G75JX, All of a sudden out of nowhere about a month ago my game started crashing right after the login videos, but crashes right before i can even see the login screen.. I would like some help with this, i've started a thread before with no help, i've sent multiple error reports and asked for help. I've got a maxed character and i'm working on my second, i really don't want to quit this game, but i'll almost have to as I'm getting no assistance from anyone, and everything i've tried has failed, from reinstalling the game, updating punkbuster, updating my graphics and networks drivers, literally none of this works. Please I beg of anyone, shine some light on my problem



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Try using an older graphics card driver, preferably one released before you started having this issue. It could be an issue with the latest. Also, APB no longer uses punkbuster, uninstall it just in case there's some sort of conflict.


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I don't currently have PB installed, and i literally wiped my NVIDIA driver all the way back to its original, and I started APB up and it started having exactly the same problem. I rolled all my drivers back, the problem persisted, so i spent a good majority of last night getting my drivers back to where they were. I appreciate the advice, but sadly it didn't end up working. Can anyone else help with this issue?



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Very disappointed with Gamersfirst and APB help and community at this point...




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