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post #1 of 11
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ok i launch CS:S and this pops up after a few moments

The instruction at "0x00088783" referenced memory at "0x00088783". The memory could not be "read"


PLZ HELP if anyone has an i dea wut it is...
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post #2 of 11
The game is telling you it cannot read your memory or maybe not enough of it is available. Make sure that your page file is on. You may also want to try taking you memory out and reseating it or putting it in a different slot if that is an option. If none of those suggestions help try deleting everything is your valve folder and uninstalling Steam the redownloading everything.
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post #3 of 11
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well i reinstaled windows for my new comp
and it ran fine 2 days ago
i dont have time to uninstall now
i have to sleep, school tomorow
i wil try it tomorow
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post #4 of 11
That sound like the sort of problem you'd get if you have corrupted ram
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post #5 of 11
I used to get errors like this on my old set up but never frequent enough to worry about it. Here's a page you need from the steam support forums with some possible solutions:

http://support.steampowered.com/cgi-...i=&p_topview=1

"Make sure that you are NOT overclocking any components in your computer"

Oh dear
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post #6 of 11
you have 512mb of ram thats ok but not an awful lot -try incraseing virtual memory - lowering game settings and closeing down any backround applications, msn,xfire etc. before play

try other games do you get crashes in that? if it was bad ram id exspect this in allmost all of your games.
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post #7 of 11
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im confused cause it played beautifuly 4 days ago and now..........
ya i did get a popup on the desktop saying virtual memory too low or something.
what does that mean?
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post #8 of 11
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"Make sure that you are NOT overclocking any components in your computer"


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post #9 of 11
That mean virtual memory is too low lol Close any background programs... And computer componement can break at any moment, something might work perfectly one day and the next one nothing work, that the cycle of life!
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post #10 of 11
To change your virtual memory:

You need to go to System Properties. One way of getting there is right clicking in (not on the short cut) your My Computer where all the drives are listed. Go to the 'Advanced' tab, then scroll down and choose the 'Perfomance' setting button. Then click on the 'Advanced' tab and click on 'Change' down the bottom. Then in the fields increase the amount of virtual memory. To what you ask? I don't know what the 'right' amount is but just increase it by a few hundred MB and see if it makes any difference.

If you have too many processes running like UncleGeorge suggested, type in 'msconfig' in the Run program. Scroll across to 'Start up' and then untick any processes you don't want to run when Windows loads up.
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