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post #1 of 10
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My friend keeps getting crash to desktops in counter strike source, it will usually let him play for a few min, sometime a little while then randomly does a CTD.

Does anyone have any solutions to this problem?
Thanks
post #2 of 10
overclocked too much?
what power supply he got?
    
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Have him try to Verify his CSS files by right clicking on CSS in steam, hit properties, Local files, Verify Integrity of Game Files
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post #4 of 10
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Originally Posted by daljeet2 View Post
overclocked too much?
what power supply he got?
He doesn't overclock

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Originally Posted by Puckbandit35 View Post
Have him try to Verify his CSS files by right clicking on CSS in steam, hit properties, Local files, Verify Integrity of Game Files
He says he has done that.

When he CTD's he says:
Quote:
Originally Posted by James
"its just a dialogue box that says failed to lock vertex buffer mesh or summit like that"
post #5 of 10
Fresh reinstall do any good?
    
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post #6 of 10
Hi im the person who has the problem. ok this is exactly what happens:
i gon on css, after about 3 or 4 minutes it will ctd and a dialogue box comes up saying: "Failed to lock index buffer in CMeshDX8;;LockIndexBuffer".

i have looked on steam and their help didn't work, i have reinstalled steam and css, that didn't work either and im pretty sure all my drivers are up to date.

im currently using the graphics card that came with my computer (not very good) but i dont think its a graphics card problem as the video quality settings are on low and it can crash while not in a game sometimes when a game is loading.
post #7 of 10
o yea i forgot, after that another box comes up saying: The instruction at "0x11716b11" referenced memory at "0x17716b11". the memory could not be "read". click OK to terminate program.

if this means anything
post #8 of 10
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http://supportwiki.steampowered.com/...ockIndexBuffer
Everywhere i read people say "try updating your drivers"

Download this (driver cleaner), that will clean your current drivers then install latest for your card off nvidias site, if you have done that (using a driver cleaner first) then im really stumped for ideas!
post #9 of 10
Didn't work, thanks anyway. im just gonna wait till i get my new graphics card and see what happens then, it should be here in the nex few days
post #10 of 10
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Nice, keep us posted, i was gonna recommend downgrading drivers but we will see what the 8800GTS brings
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