zero editor on win 10 crash [Solved]

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zero editor on win 10 crash [Solved]

Postby savinpvtmike » Fri Mar 18, 2016 3:53 am

im trying to open zero editor but it keeps giving me a run time error. i hear that it haves to do with nvidea card but im running an amd r9 380. i tryed compatibility mode and such it dosnt work. how can i use it.

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Re: zero editor on win 10 crash

Postby Oceans14 » Fri Mar 18, 2016 2:14 pm

savinpvtmike wrote:im trying to open zero editor but it keeps giving me a run time error. i hear that it haves to do with nvidea card but im running an amd r9 380. i tryed compatibility mode and such it dosnt work. how can i use it.


http://www.gametoast.com/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=14969&p=258250#p258250

Lots of possible fixes here if you haven't already visited the thread. Its a toss up with ZE but there has been plenty of success with most hardware configs.

To save you some time, I'd suggest you start by either upgrading or downgrading your graphics card drivers. I had success when I downgraded to a driver with a release date closest to the release of SWBF2 (05/06). However there's plenty of other potential fixes. :)

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