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You'll need to provide a bit more information than that. When exactly does it crash, on the splash screen when the game is loading or when you are loading a save. Is there a message when it crashes?

Thanks for responding.

It is the start screen of the game when the game is loading, there appears no option menu. I get no error message, just:

Warband has stopped working and will close. * With 85% of the loading bar filled.

In version 6.0 it was the same problem, played in version 4.0 without problems.

Warband 1.153

If it is a memory issue, you can try ticking the "Load Textures On Demand" option in the configuration menu before you boot up the game. Your 9500 GT is an entry-level card from 2008 - so it could either be an issue with GPU memory, or it could be your RAM. A stick of RAM doesn't cost too much and isn't terribly difficult to install (though your local computer store can easily provide you with, and then install, a new stick), but if it's your GPU's memory, you're just going to have to pony up for a new card. Newer entry-level cards can run you $50 to $100, and also isn't terribly difficult to install (though if you're not computer savvy, you're better off getting a store to do it - it'll run you an extra $50 or so for labor, most likely, but if anything goes wrong they'll be liable for it, most likely).

My personal recommendation on a somewhat older budget card is the GeForce GTS 450. It's a mid-level card from 2010, and it's what I have in my rig back home (not currently with me, sadly; relegated to the laptop!); on that rig, I can run ArmA II just about maxed out, along with hundreds of other beautiful games. I'd also recommend beefing up your RAM anyway, just because 2GB is very low for gaming. All together, if you're going to get that card (or any $100 card) and some RAM, going to a store might run you about $150 to $200. You can also pay somebody to assemble a new rig that would be far superior to your current one for $600 to $800, though I know that it's hard to find that kind of money laying about.

At any rate, hope some of that helps, and sorry that you can't run the mod - it's quite fun! Also, thanks for the reply about the prison bug, Cozur. Wish I could help; I've no idea about M&B modding, though my first thought would be that there's something wrong with the scenes themselves (the actual existence of doors within them, that is), though you've probably got a better handle on it than I do regardless. Good luck! And looking forward to 0.9.

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You'll need to provide a bit more information than that. When exactly does it crash, on the splash screen when the game is loading or when you are loading a save. Is there a message when it crashes?

Thanks for responding.

It is the start screen of the game when the game is loading, there appears no option menu. I get no error message, just:

Warband has stopped working and will close. * With 85% of the loading bar filled.

In version 6.0 it was the same problem, played in version 4.0 without problems.

Sounds like you run out of Video Memory. Is the plausible explanation, according to the specs you posted, your PC is not super-duper.

I understand.

My PC takes too many games with good graphics. I thought I could play the MOD without problems, it's a shame, I really like the game. This problem happens only with the Clash of king.

I don't know what to tell you. You need a lot of Video Memory, because of the insane way Mount and Blade: Warband is set up.

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In lighter news, I managed to fix the family relations. They're now proper, no fathers married to their daughters, and most should be 100% canon.

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You'll need to provide a bit more information than that. When exactly does it crash, on the splash screen when the game is loading or when you are loading a save. Is there a message when it crashes?

Thanks for responding.

It is the start screen of the game when the game is loading, there appears no option menu. I get no error message, just:

Warband has stopped working and will close. * With 85% of the loading bar filled.

In version 6.0 it was the same problem, played in version 4.0 without problems.

Warband 1.153

If it is a memory issue, you can try ticking the "Load Textures On Demand" option in the configuration menu before you boot up the game. Your 9500 GT is an entry-level card from 2008 - so it could either be an issue with GPU memory, or it could be your RAM. A stick of RAM doesn't cost too much and isn't terribly difficult to install (though your local computer store can easily provide you with, and then install, a new stick), but if it's your GPU's memory, you're just going to have to pony up for a new card. Newer entry-level cards can run you $50 to $100, and also isn't terribly difficult to install (though if you're not computer savvy, you're better off getting a store to do it - it'll run you an extra $50 or so for labor, most likely, but if anything goes wrong they'll be liable for it, most likely).

My personal recommendation on a somewhat older budget card is the GeForce GTS 450. It's a mid-level card from 2010, and it's what I have in my rig back home (not currently with me, sadly; relegated to the laptop!); on that rig, I can run ArmA II just about maxed out, along with hundreds of other beautiful games. I'd also recommend beefing up your RAM anyway, just because 2GB is very low for gaming. All together, if you're going to get that card (or any $100 card) and some RAM, going to a store might run you about $150 to $200. You can also pay somebody to assemble a new rig that would be far superior to your current one for $600 to $800, though I know that it's hard to find that kind of money laying about.

At any rate, hope some of that helps, and sorry that you can't run the mod - it's quite fun! Also, thanks for the reply about the prison bug, Cozur. Wish I could help; I've no idea about M&B modding, though my first thought would be that there's something wrong with the scenes themselves (the actual existence of doors within them, that is), though you've probably got a better handle on it than I do regardless. Good luck! And looking forward to 0.9.

Uoooow, "Load Textures On Demand"  It seems to have solved my problem, enter the options menu. Thank you! Now we'll see how the game will behave. Thanks for helping.

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You'll need to provide a bit more information than that. When exactly does it crash, on the splash screen when the game is loading or when you are loading a save. Is there a message when it crashes?

Thanks for responding.

It is the start screen of the game when the game is loading, there appears no option menu. I get no error message, just:

Warband has stopped working and will close. * With 85% of the loading bar filled.

In version 6.0 it was the same problem, played in version 4.0 without problems.

Warband 1.153

If it is a memory issue, you can try ticking the "Load Textures On Demand" option in the configuration menu before you boot up the game. Your 9500 GT is an entry-level card from 2008 - so it could either be an issue with GPU memory, or it could be your RAM. A stick of RAM doesn't cost too much and isn't terribly difficult to install (though your local computer store can easily provide you with, and then install, a new stick), but if it's your GPU's memory, you're just going to have to pony up for a new card. Newer entry-level cards can run you $50 to $100, and also isn't terribly difficult to install (though if you're not computer savvy, you're better off getting a store to do it - it'll run you an extra $50 or so for labor, most likely, but if anything goes wrong they'll be liable for it, most likely).

My personal recommendation on a somewhat older budget card is the GeForce GTS 450. It's a mid-level card from 2010, and it's what I have in my rig back home (not currently with me, sadly; relegated to the laptop!); on that rig, I can run ArmA II just about maxed out, along with hundreds of other beautiful games. I'd also recommend beefing up your RAM anyway, just because 2GB is very low for gaming. All together, if you're going to get that card (or any $100 card) and some RAM, going to a store might run you about $150 to $200. You can also pay somebody to assemble a new rig that would be far superior to your current one for $600 to $800, though I know that it's hard to find that kind of money laying about.

At any rate, hope some of that helps, and sorry that you can't run the mod - it's quite fun! Also, thanks for the reply about the prison bug, Cozur. Wish I could help; I've no idea about M&B modding, though my first thought would be that there's something wrong with the scenes themselves (the actual existence of doors within them, that is), though you've probably got a better handle on it than I do regardless. Good luck! And looking forward to 0.9.

Uoooow, "Load Textures On Demand"  It seems to have solved my problem, enter the options menu. Thank you! Now we'll see how the game will behave. Thanks for helping.

No problem! If your computer was that resistant to running the game, however, I suggest downloading a program called SpeedFan for free and monitoring your rig's internal temps just in case. You don't want anything overheating and frying itself.

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Yes, in a battle involving my leadership recruits and 7 and a lord with 80 men, gave to crash into battle. Before that it was all right, I believe a 4gb ram can help in the development of the game, I will arrange these days.

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Yes, in a battle involving my leadership recruits and 7 and a lord with 80 men, gave to crash into battle. Before that it was all right, I believe a 4gb ram can help in the development of the game, I will arrange these days.

Go for it. I also seriously recommend the new card - your processor will still be a liability, but a new GPU and some RAM would smooth things out a bit. NewEgg has 450s for $100; you can order one, take it in with your rig when you go to get some RAM, and kill two birds with one stone - not to mention spending less on labor.

SpeedFan, too. Seriously. You'll avoid destroying perfectly good hardware if you know when and why it starts to overheat, and avoiding those situations. Primarily, though, it'll be when you play high end games (high end for your rig, anyway) for extended periods of time. Make sure your rig is set up to properly vent excess heat, as well - that's a big factor in overheating.

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That is not true.  The fourth, yep. Also, i do not care, this is no competition, at least for me. I'm just trying to help and if you (Cozur) think my help is meaningless, just say and i won't post anything else.

Tywin gave me Plowman's Hill and the elder was replaced by this one. The others villages are okay.


Not recently yes, but over a month or two ago because they were there then.

I won't fight over it, this is pointless and i don't care about being the first, let's forget about it, at least i will.

I noticed that a lot of people are reporting slowdowns in the game - but I'm running the game on a so-so laptop without any problems. 60FPS on the overworld, 30-45FPS during battles (depending on how much is going on where I'm standing). I've got four gigs of RAM, a dual-core processor, and an entry-level 2012 Radeon - it seems like if I can run the mod well, anybody should be able to.

Here the runs smoother at battles. 60 fps in battles (it's locked on 60) against 30~40 on overworld.


Go for it. I also seriously recommend the new card - your processor will still be a liability, but a new GPU and some RAM would smooth things out a bit. NewEgg has 450s for $100; you can order one, take it in with your rig when you go to get some RAM, and kill two birds with one stone - not to mention spending less on labor.

I have a gts 450, i3 2100 and 4gb and as i said, it's fine to me. It's not a expensive GPU but i play every game just fine playing on high to max quality and 1440x900 resolution.  Try 650 non-ti.

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In lighter news, I managed to fix the family relations. They're now proper, no fathers married to their daughters, and most should be 100% canon.

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That Tywin image reminds me of something I meant to bring up earlier; is Jaime Lannister absent from the game because he was Robb's prisoner during book 2, or was he an oversight that will be included eventually in a future release?

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Because he is a prisoner at Riverrun at the start of the game. I do hope to include him some day, but it won't be right now.

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Had any link to download via torrent?  :?:

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By the way, Cozur - why did you remove the combat animations from 0.7 and revert back to vanilla? I don't know about everyone else, but I found the previous animations to be much nicer. My apologies if you've already answered this before; I couldn't find any mention of it.

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By the way, Cozur - why did you remove the combat animations from 0.7 and revert back to vanilla? I don't know about everyone else, but I found the previous animations to be much nicer. My apologies if you've already answered this before; I couldn't find any mention of it.

I liked the older ones better.

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Yes, in a battle involving my leadership recruits and 7 and a lord with 80 men, gave to crash into battle. Before that it was all right, I believe a 4gb ram can help in the development of the game, I will arrange these days.

I have the same graphics card as you, but a better CPU and 4gb RAM, I have absolutely no issues running this or any other Warband mod, and play with 350 battles and most of the graphics options high. I think the extra RAM should make a big difference for you.

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Yes, god forbid I don't answer you after less than 30 hours.

It's been fixed for 0.9, now crawl back into your hole.

Haha nice.

I have to admit, I only come here so often to see Cozur affronting and insulting people. Awesome.

What is wrong with you, guys? If you support and enjoy people being offended and insulted, you're retarded.
Also, shitty download, around 100 KB/s. A torrent would solve it but someone doesn't want such a thing because he is a dick.

I totally support retards getting insulted who aks the same question over and over again. If all post about the nights watch would be erased for example, we would be on 150, not 250. And the mod is Cozurs work, he does it for free and its his decision where and when its distributed.



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