YES, I DID USE THE SEARCH BUTTON
NO, I DIDN'T FIND WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR
So, i went Windows 7 some time ago, but i realized that my old games didn't work. They did on my previous XP 32-bit. This might be a compatibility issue, but the weird thing is that i bought some new games recently that don't work either.
Left 4 Dead 2
Burnout Paradise Ultimate Box Edition
Far Cry 2
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Kohan II: Kings of War
None of these games work (see printscreens below)
Translation of the error message:Burnout(TM) Paradise Application stopped working. A problem has occured which caused the problem to fail.The problem will be closed and there will be a message when there is a solution available.
As you see, the boot screen starts, but then the problem starts:
Translation of the error message: Morrowind stopped working. Whe are looking for a solution to this problem.
Dual booting windows XP home 32-bit worked, however the games didn't. I did find an option in BIOS, saying: Primary GPU. It said pci, pcie or onboard. It was on pci so i changed it to onboard. ill see this afternoon if it all works, because im at school atm.
Just to let you know PIM, the images you've linked to are stored on your C: drive, so we cannot see them (only a link saying "C:\Users\Pim\Pictures\printscreen3").
Have you had the games working ever on that motherboard (under any OS)? Just wondering if it's because you're using an integrated GPU that the games are complaining. Also, are you using ATI's drivers from their own website for the GPU, or are you using Asrock's? I'd try ATI's if you're not already.
Did you reinstall the games or are you trying to run them from the old XP partitions? You cannot do an inplace upgrade of XP to Windows 7. You have to do a clean install which means you must reinstall all the apps.
I do know that the links are messed up, however for some reason i can't edit my post anymore to fix it (looking into that atm)
The games didn't work on my current mobo, when i upgraded my specs, i also upgraded to windows 7. I am using the AsRock drivers because i couldn't find them at the ati website. I went to support>drivers or something like that, when i got a drop-down-box it listed all the gpu's except for mine Ill try to get them from somewhere else.
I installed a clean version of windows 7 on a secondary partition and im trying to swap it to 1st atm. I did install the games again on the windows 7 partition
thanks for the replies,
EDIT: for some strange-damn-reason the quick edit works, not the "edit this message button.
EDIT 2: found the drivers on the ati/amd website, something with drop down chaos and options, ill try installing them
Don't delete the post, rather I suggest that you mark the best answer and let it lay for posterity. Espically since I'm going to be installing Win 7 pro in 1-2 days and very well may need this thread. ^^