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Old 02-14-2011, 05:16 PM   #1
anub1s18
 
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Question fixing "application load error 3:0000065432"

Hi,


i have some texture packs installed for DAO , and of course this causes a lot of crashes due to the memory leak in DAO.

But it can be fixed by enabling DAO to use more then 2GB of memory using for example CFF explorer (a fix often used with TES: oblivion, FO3 and FO:NV to reduce crashes).

the only problem is that if u use this fix with the steam version, u get "application load error 3:0000065432" when u try to run the game

does anybody know how to fix this or how to run the game without getting steam involved?

kind regards,

anubis

PS any reply's saying just remove the texture pack instead of fixing the issue at hand are not appreciated.

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Old 02-25-2011, 10:55 AM   #2
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We're kindda in the same boat dude.

I enable all my high impact games to use more than 2GB ram, FONV is the only one that Steam refuses to play nice with
But doing so with GFWL games disables GFWL, so you're saves go bye-bye

If you want to run DAO with 4GB ram, I suggest you google 4GB patch, its a small app that mods the exe in the same way you are. After modding it, go to the directory that the exe is in., right click the exe file and check the Read-only box. That way, Steam won't be allowed to rewrite/delete the file, which it will if you don't check the box.

Now if only there was a way to get the Steam devs to see this thread so that they can tell Steam to let players mod the FONV exe for 4GB ram usage
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