View Full Version : Ultimate solution for access violation
October 25th, 2004, 11:07 PM
Hello guys, I've been having access violation error since i got to mainland for about 3 weeks now. After i installed the new omega drivers for my ATI mobility radeon 9800 card I never experienced any crashes or lag, the game play is smooth and enjoyable. For those of you who still experience this error here's a link:
It worked for at least 3 persons that i know of including myself and it improved the performance as well, enjoy the game :)
October 26th, 2004, 12:32 PM
Forget about it... Sorry for the spam guys... Today I get access violation every 10mins again... I'm tired of this... looks like its time to cancel my account...
October 26th, 2004, 01:15 PM
Wonderful a post for myself :D They say when u start talking to urself its strange.. but when u r using forums for that... Anyways I noticed that if u let the game carry on loading data after u log in (for about 3mins) it does not crash afterwards. Looks like the crashes are due to complexity of the game (the code is not optimised well enough to load everything quickly) Looks like the only thing u can do is to get latest drivers (omegas are the best) and defragment your HD. And i'm not cancelling my account cause i'm addicted to Ryzom... I hate you Nevrax, you know i have work to do in real life :D
October 26th, 2004, 02:55 PM
Sounds liek the same issue i have lol
sometimes i can play for hours other times 3 mins bang ctd, ah the joys of gaming
October 26th, 2004, 06:36 PM
Ahh wonderful i have a first visitor to my thread! Hello ArchAngel Tyrael, welcome to my world :D This can only get better :D
October 27th, 2004, 12:05 PM
I have the same problem too
October 27th, 2004, 01:06 PM
My game used to crash a minimum of 5 times ever day.
The solution was simple enough :
Downloaded the latest Catalyst driver (v 4.10) from ati.com (I have the ASUS AX800 pro card).
Disabled sound in game.
Updated Win Xp with SP2 and every other possible fix there was.
The game has now been running trouble free for 3 days without a single crash.
October 27th, 2004, 01:38 PM
well its be nice if i ahd my name right ;) but im no archangel, a fallen darkangel maybe....doh wrong forum
October 27th, 2004, 02:01 PM
Too many people try to fix problems by trying various video drivers without updating their windows installation.
Windows is the core of your system and if windows isn't properly updated, the chances of your other drivers working decreases.
Make sure you have both service packs for WinXP as well as any other important updates you find on WindowsUpdate because hardware developers assumes that your Windows is up to date when designing their drivers.
Also, if you're using a cracked copy of WindowsXP you probably have your problem right there, don't expect warez to work as good as the real thing.
Also check your motherboard manufacturer's website for any updated motherboard drivers, theese can fix things like AGP issues (And onboard sound, networking etc. if you have it).
In my experience, AGP problems are mostly caused by motherboards rather than video cards.
Personally i never crash, i've only crashed once or twice due to known issues that have been fixed quickly by Nevrax with mini-patches. So i find it a bit surprising that so many people have crashing issues.
Athlon XP 2800
ABit nForce2 motherboard (NF7-S)
Soundstorm Audio (nForce2 on-board sound)
HIS Excalibur Radeon 9800Pro
1GB of the cheapest DDR RAM i could find
Windows XP Home
October 27th, 2004, 05:22 PM
heeeheeeeheh hehe heh heeeeheeehhehehehe he said ... violation... hehehe
October 27th, 2004, 08:25 PM
Aneufotf, calm down, breath deeply, remember its only a game, it will be fixed. Meantime you can stay in my forum, we need each other :D
November 3rd, 2004, 12:16 AM
again as i already said in a nother forum, if you a using dual ram blocks, try switching slot on them. thsi has worked wonders for me havent crashed once since doing this.
November 3rd, 2004, 12:40 AM
I'm on a laptop kbirch :D Anyways with sounds off and latest drivers the game is not crashing for me just like for a lot of other people. A bit sad to play in silence though
November 14th, 2004, 04:25 PM
My game used to crash a minimum of 5 times ever day.
geez, how can you guys stand it ?
I've never had a single crash here since retail, with nvidia cards :p
I'm not *ever* switching to ATI, tbh :p
November 26th, 2004, 01:52 AM
Since this is a suggestion thread:
1) Buy a cheap nvidia video card for playing Ryzom. I brought a FX5200 (128 mb ram) for only 34 pounds. (Works great)
2) Get the free omega driver's and mess around with the settings intill Ryzom is stable. Maybe try turning down video accleration in performance.
3) Install Windows 9x (Why are you using Windows XP to play games? (Yes I know doom needs it but you can use linux for that)) (You can dual boot it if you really want to....)
4) Ryzom is a very graphic intensitive game maybe ati card's just can't handle it. (not really a suggestion but....)
5) Pray to Jena every day.
6) Update DirectX driver's and try running it in directx mode.
7) Defrag and reinstall Ryzom.
8) Run memcheck on your ram and check it doesn't need replacing. (Faultly ram only causes problems with cpu intensitive problems) *** Do this one ***
9) De-overclock your computer (Just a guess)
10) Run Ryzom in minimal setting's.
11) Read the above 10 thing's
12) Relieaze that upgrading to Windows XP SP2 to try to fix it is a bad idea (tm) (Your computer will run slightly slower which with this game is not a good idea) and relieaze that there is no different between pirated and legal version's of windows. (except the pirate version doesn't have any activation problems).
13) Set Virtual Memory to something like 4GB's to prevent the page files trying to resize during game play.
Disclaimer: I wrote this at 0:47 am. As of such there is likely to be many
spelling/grammer mistakes + random stuff included in the above post.
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