Xcom Enemy Unknown Error Kernelbase Dll
Running windows 7 64 bit with i5 2.4 gh dual core, 6 gigs RAM, Radeon 7450M 1GB dedicated. Download the appropriate Generic Intel HD Graphics driver from the website and save for use later (I recommend on the desktop since it's easiest to get to quickly.)2. If you play with your laptop plugged in, or just in general, you may want to look around and see if you have a similar option. However goto start up, under the run option. weblink
If not found under the 'Application' section, look under the 'System' section. I've looked through the forums and couldn't find any fixes that worked. Looking at the system logs shows a nvidia driver crash with nvlddmkm.sys. Deleting the symlink and changing the name of the original directory back to "XCom-Enemy-Unknown" fixes the program.
Reply With Quote 10-11-2012 #18 kinjami View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date Oct 2012 Posts 4 Faulting application name: XComGame.exe, version: 184.108.40.20643, time stamp: 0x503e94cd Faulting Type in eventvwr, from there goto applications and it'll tell you what crashed it. It's the search phrase I used in Google.
Second - I verfied the files on steam. If its a Blue screen error message, then you need to disable the auto reboot so you can get a note of the error message to google it, if its a Restarting PC after updating to latest video card driver. I just purchased Enemy Within, and when I go to start it up after installing Long war, it just says "X-com: Enemy Within has stopped working." No explanation whatsoever.
Reply With Quote 10-10-2012 #2 Sanginius View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date May 2010 Location UK Posts 373 Generic windows error message? I renamed the MOVIES folder, and the game immediately went to the pre-briefing screen for the tutorial mission, skipping all of the movies in the process.Any suggestions on fixing this? #9 As for your radeon something is not right it should see both. Reinstalled while hardwired, works fine.
- Type "regsvr32 KERNELBASE.dll" without the quotes and Press Enter.
- I've tried (to no avail): - Verifying the game cache via steam, which just re-downloads some 8.9 Mb file that seems to have to do with first run setup - Uninstalling
- Same clipboard error, same windows error description.
- It crashes as soon as the interceptor engages, every time.
- For Cptdread you have an error in igdumd32.dll, which is interesting because that is a intel driver, by change do you a radeon plus and built in video card ?
You might have to boot up the game once before you do this so it will show up in the recent programs list. have a peek at these guys Type: sfc
It should popup a window that shows your video card. You could try uninstalling your intel card or updating the drivers for it. After doing this, I was able to play for awhile without any crashes at all, so looks like it worked. check over here FINALLY GET TO PLAY WOO!
Back to top #10 dubiousintent Posted 26 August 2014 - 08:39 PM dubiousintent Faithful poster Supporter 2,448 posts Hello all, I've been experiencing the same problems. If none of that works, note the title of that last article. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]HighlanderBR 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago(4 children)Are you installing in a separate HDD (not the system one)?
Of course any other help would be greatly appreciated.
If you accepted the default game install location (which is to "C:\Program Files"), that will cause you a lot of grief not only with XCOM but any and all games in Better to search by Firaxis, since the keys should be under their name. In fact, the preferred method of conveying this information is a screenshot, but at least list the above data. -Dubious- Back to top #5 BaneOfHumanity009 Posted 31 May 2014 - There are other articles that may help. -Dubious- Edited by dubiousintent, 11 August 2015 - 09:15 PM.
I played yesterday about 5 hours, today game starts crashing. After doing this, I was able to play for awhile without any crashes at all, so looks like it worked. I was hoping that the OP had found a solution. this content Back to top #4 dubiousintent Posted 11 August 2015 - 09:14 PM dubiousintent Faithful poster Supporter 2,448 posts Re: Moving Steam.
I was able to play just fine Monday night when it unlocked and again Tuesday night. It worked all the next day, no crashes only minor bug hiccups... can you totally disable the intel GPU while playing? Eighth - I wait for about 1 minute and I repeat try to open it again. 1 of 2 things happens. 1.
You do not indicate where you have XCOM installed. Click on that, and make sure that xcom is assigned to run with "high performance". It crashes as soon as the interceptor engages, every time. But "re-installation" is the only way to ensure the registry gets updated with the new, correct "steamapps" location.
Letting it sit for a bit each time I went to the menu AND after I exited to the desktop.