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Thread: problem in running brian lara cricket 2007

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    problem in running brian lara cricket 2007

    the game starts properly but when i start to play it suddenly crashes.
    the first time it crashed a message box said that "windows virtual memory is too low" and it crashed

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    Whats your system spec ?
    Whats your virtual memory set at ?
    What OS ?

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    If you are running Windows XP it should make your Virtual Memory size bigger to make sure it doesnt happen again, "Virtual memory is an addressing scheme implemented in hardware and software that allows non-contiguous memory to be addressed as if it is contiguous."

    For more info, see here
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_Memory
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    my system configuration is-
    pentium 4 3.06gHz windows xp
    256 mb RAM 128 mb graphics

    virtual memory right now is 1024 mb

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    My guess is its your system, more-the-less your RAM. I couldnt find the exact system requirements for Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 but i found some for the 2005 edition:

    Windows: 1 GHz, 256MB RAM, Windows 98 or higher

    Im sure you will need more RAM to play the new version on your system, other than that you should be fine.


    Im not a wiz at virtual memory but i believe this is whats happening.

    The app itself is too resource hungry so it eats up all your present RAM and starts using VM, after it eats that up there is nothing left, so it crashes. In my opinion more RAM would cure your worries. Even if it isnt the answer, you still need more RAM, 256 on a P4?!? you should atleast get a gig.
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    actually it requires 256 mb RAM only. so i hope that should not be a problem.

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    Theoretically, that should not be a problem. However, it depends on how many resources are available when the game engine attempts to start.

    Do you have anything running in the background? What's your memory usage? RAM commit charge? In how many fragments is your page file? Have you defragged lately? What's the AGP aperture size? Is your BIOS set for shadowing?

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    nothing is running in the background.

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    Ok... the first question is now answered. How about the others?

    If you don't know what we're talking about, just ask. For instance, to see your memory stats, hit Ctrl-Alt-Del after a fresh boot to bring up the Task Manager. On the Performance tab, you'll see charts of instantaneous CPU usage and Page File usage, as well as information about your RAM ( "Physical Memory (K)" ) and OS/kernel memory ( "Commit Charge (K)" and "Kernel Memory (K)" ).

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    brian lara 2007

    i hve the brian lar a2007 cricket game cd..
    i hve installed d game nd there was no errors...but when i copy d crack nd run the exe file then it shows an error stating 'generic volume error'
    can any one tell me the reason for this problem and how to solve it plzz.....

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