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Old 12-22-2004, 06:16 AM   #1
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Another Half-life 2 under cedega 4.2 question...

Ok. I installed point2play and got cedegaforsteam. I then installed Steam fine, and downloaded HL2 and CS:S. However, whenever I try to run the game, I get the warning dialog about an unrecognized graphics card, and then I click "continue anyway". At this point steam locks up and refuses to do anything. I can't close it, and I have to go back to p2p and select "Stop running all games"

I have managed to get "Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force" working perfectly, so I think my computer is working...

I'm running SuSE 9.1 personal. I have a radon 9800 running the latest drivers off the ATI website. Any ideas?



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