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Hey guys,

I want to play some Crysis, for the first time ever, and every single time I open the game (purchased off steam) it freezes on 89-99% loading. I have gone through every single setting, restarted my PC and Googled for solutions and nothing.

I am running a 64-bit system and I saw on the EA Forums that you have to run it in 64-bit if you are using a 64-bit OS. But I don't have a 64-bit bin in my Steam apps folder -_-

Crysis is running in DX10 and I am using DX11, is that a problem O.o

Here's DXDiag if anyone needs it:


Any suggestions?

EDIT: Got it working, just have to wait when it freezes for about 3 minutes. =.=
Edited by Fluidz - 8/6/11 at 10:30pm
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I don't know the answer, however I have a 64-bit version of Windows, but I only run the 32-bit version and I have no problems at all.

So whoever said that the 64-bit version of Crysis must be used in the 64-bit version of Windows doesn't know what they are talking about at all.
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Try running it as administrator and 32 vs 64 bit wouldn't matter and DX is completely backwards compatible.
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also, the 64 bit of crysis is known for memory leak that's probably why steam didn't include it.
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