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Wait, are you running off an SSD? Do you have a pagefile of at least 2gb an up? I know BF3 will not start without a pagefile (don't ask me why DICE thought that was necessary).

I am not running off an SSD, and what do you mean a pagefile?

 

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memory can cause those problems indeed.
How are other games - do they run?

What are you running BF3 off and how much space do you actually have?

 

All my other games run just fine. My specs are on my system below.

    
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Problem fixed http://answers.ea.com/t5/Battlefield-3/READ-Battlefield-3-Crash-Fixes-etc-PC-XBOX-360-amp-PS3/m-p/286004#U286004 last part of 1st post

    
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So it was to do with cloud?
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No i think it was some missing contents in the files.

    
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So a re-install should have done it - bit odd that it didn't!
Thanks for posting your solution nevertheless
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