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The 64-bit executable crashes immediately after running and showing a black screen.

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AMDphreak (talkcontribs)

The 64-bit copy of the game, which can be downloaded and merged into the Steam game folder (follow instructions) does not run. Instead it creates a black screen and then crashes and exits.

Deton24 (talkcontribs)

Any compatibility mode checked? Did you try running it also as admin? Did you try to run with parameter -dx9?

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AMDphreak (talkcontribs)

In the steam version and the 64-bit mod for it, the forward movement randomly stops working while moving around. It'll just plain stop moving forward while the button is pressed. This happens specifically while using a program called "Windowed Borderless" which can force the Windowed mode to run without a Window frame (so that you can use the monitor's native resolution with Windowed mode without cutting off the bottom of the screen. To fix it, re-enable Fullscreen mode (not Windowed/borderless), and relaunch the game.

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Jigen123 (talkcontribs)

Can someone upload this mod somewhere, please? The link in the PCGW article does not exist anymore. Thank you.

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Mars icecream (talkcontribs)
Mirh (talkcontribs)

That's Trailer_Rating.sfd inside Localized/Video/English (and possibly other languages?) folder.

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Mars icecream (talkcontribs)
Mirh (talkcontribs)

Could be.
It's a 2007 game that still may have the old "installation format", where after download you basically have unpacked ISO of the original DVD.

I think the same happened for me with.. BF2 or BF2142.

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Mirh (talkcontribs)

According to this Crysis FMOD implementation supports EAX.. :\
So much mess..

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Mirh (talkcontribs)

According to this Crysis have both audio providers.

A check should be worth it

EDIT: possibly more here and here

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