View Full Version : Won't load saved games
09-30-2006, 11:53 PM
I'm trying to play the kingdom campaign but it won't load the map, just tells me it's a corrupt save game.
I'm running WinXP64. I've downloaded the correct version of .net.
10-01-2006, 12:09 AM
I am also having the same problem. Also had this problem with the demo. Have newest drivers and bios across the board. Yes the sound driver is more than a year old but this is the absolute newest driver available. Very curious how a video driver or sound driver can cause a game to say that a saved game is invalid. I have tried loading all of the independent scenarios and starting both campaigns and get the same message that the "saved game is invalid". Between the demo and the full version I have reinstalled more than 10 time. I run a clean system that is defraged and checked for spyware all the time. This is the first game that has ever had a problem running on this system.
10-01-2006, 12:35 AM
I'm not sure what you mean by it not being DirectX 9c, it says it is right in the dxdiag and it automatically installed when I loaded the games. There's a 64 bit version of Dxdiag so I've attached that output in case it's different.
The save game it can't load is the one for the start of the scenario, not on I've created. I've played exactly zero minutes of this game so far.
My resolution is set to the native for the monitor I have but I can try downloading new drivers I suppose. The monitor is only a month or so old so the drivers are fairly new. It's a Viewsonic 20.1" widescreen.
I figure if I can run Oblivion with most things set to high I should be able to run this game. Not had a problem with Titan Quest or Company of Heroes either.
Not sure what you mean by WinXP64 not being supported. By Caesar you mean?
10-01-2006, 12:46 AM
FYI: There's a thread for this here:
No answer in sight yet. I'm told that Tilted Mill is indeed monitoring this board while they work on the various issues people are having though. Hopefully a fix is forthcoming for this.
10-01-2006, 07:05 AM
I won't guaranty this will fix your "invalid save file" problem, but it won't hurt either.
Sticky: How many of you have ever cleaned your registry file (http://forums.vugames.com/thread.jspa?threadID=32870&tstart=0)
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