Max Payne 2 crashing

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    Hi,
    My PC runs on a via chipset with on board Via Unichrome Pro Graphics along with 512 MB DDR RAM. After installing MP2 it ran quite well upto a length. But lately whenever I try to load the save game/resume game it gives a progress screen first where the red bar shows that it loaded completely and then as soon as the game starts the PC crashes :(. It gives a blue screen mentioning that the windows was shut down to prevent damage ..... I could not read all as it stays for a very short while. Though it shows a file vtdisp.dll related problem. I updated the driver (though during update windows gave a massege that system restore creation failed and all my previous restore points were are gone). Hitman 3 Contracts runs quite well in my PC without any problem.
    So please could someone help? I desparately need help.
    Thank you
     
  2. Get a graphics card.
     
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    That is not an option presently. Any other solution please?
     
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    wizrulz GUNNING DOWN TEAMS

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    TRY reinstalling it..saving ur saved games files.....may be als during saving the files got corrupted ..so try restarting MAX PAYNE form start...pots the in the result u get...by tring this
     
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    Sure I'll get back with results :)
     
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