This problem has been bugging me for the best part of half a year now, resulting in me not being able to play one of my favourite games. It all happened around the time I got the DLC for Fall Of The Samurai.
Computer Specs (DxDiag)
Things I have tried
All of these have not solved my problem.
I am really running out of ideas what to do here. It makes no sense why this does not work.
Any help would be appreciated!
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