I searched the web and found downloading a 64 bin folder helped some people. However, when I downloaded it the game still doesn't work and tells me it is not compatible with this version of windows. Does anyone have a fix for this?
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Samsung 1920x1080 @60Hz HDMI cable
Describe your issue:
I try to run the game either by using Origin or by going to the file and my computer will go into full screen and stay black for a few moments before crashing back to windows.
Crysis is the only one not working. All my other origin games are doing fine.
1920x1080, no stereostropic enables too old of a game and not using Nvidia graphics card.
The description I gave says it all there is nothing more to report.
Your drivers > Desktop
Clean Install AMD Graphics Drivers
Before installing the drivers you must go to Windows Update and get your computer current....especially the relevant 'Optional' updates which will include the .NETFRAMEWORK and C++ upgrades. This must be done before trying to install any AMD driver.
Windows says it is up to date. However, I went into the programs andf features to see which ones are installed. I found only 1 .netframework 1.1 and 22 c++ redistributable, latest one says 2013.
Way out of date. In Windows Update you must change the search:
I'm running windows 10, my update window does not look like that and doesn't give me the option to select the boxes that you have. However, I went straight to Microsofts website to look for the .netframeworks and the C++redistributables. I am downloading the most recent ones that say they are compatible with my os. When I am done I will uninstall the driver reboot, reinstall, reboot, and let you know from there.
Those are marked.
I found a fix On-line and this is far out there. You have to take the bin64 folder from Crysis Warhead and copy it to the Crysis file. Double click the Crysis warhead 64 and Crysis starts playing. However, when you start a new game it goes through the opening cinema scene and goes to a black screen again, but doesn't crash. Press ~ key to open up a command prompt for the game and type: con_restricted 0
then type: map island
and the game starts loading. You can save and pick up where you left off without having to do this again, but have to launch the game from the Crysis warhead 64 in your Crysis folder.
Download Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 from Official Microsoft Download Center
Download Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013 from Official Microsoft Download Center
Download Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012 Update 4 from Official Microsoft Download Center
These are already installed on my p.c. I came across them on microsofts website earlier. Thank you though.
Crysis needed compatibility mode settings to work on windows 7, have you tried setting compatibility to vista?
I have tried all modes of compatibility, none work.
Unless you want a lot of guesses...furnish the info.
The "other" problem of course is that Crysis uses securom, and of course Windows 10 blocks securom from installing it's system drivers so you need a less than reputable exe file for the game to work at all on windows 10 (oh and it still needs compatibility set to vista and run as admin)
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