Hi, As I use windows xp I decied to post this question on windows xp. I'm having some problems running Medal Of Honor on Windows XP, the game keeps crashing over and over and I can't find out what is the problem. What I just know is that while i'm playing the game simply stops responding and then it appears that comon window of windows saying that the following app has crahsed and I need to close it and restart if I want to play again. The next time I start mohaa it asks me if I want to play in safe mode. The first time this appeared I choosed yes and all the options for the game were at minimum so I puted them all to maximum, as they was, and I don't know if because I have puted everything at maximum I wasn't anymore in safe mode, if you know what I mean. But the game crashed anyway in safe mode. I'm gettin tired of this crashing over and over cuz this game is so coll and I want to play it nicely and not with crashes and then I have to restart the game cuz it's really boring, enjoing a game and than it crashes... So can any one help me? Here's my computer specs in case you need to know anything: - Pentium III 800MHz - Geforce 2 MX400 64Mb - 128 RAM (I know it's not enough for windows xp, but I don't have any money for it right now) - Running windows xp pro - SoundBlaster Live! Player 1024 - 40Gb 7200rpm hard drive, more then 20Gb free - I have installed the last nvidia drivers. One last note: When I could exit the game without crashing, after playing, there was the yellow icon with the exclamation point on the systemtray and someone told me to put the virtaul memory to a maximum of 500 and a minimum of 499 for my system so i puted like that and I haven't seen it anymore but does my problem as anythin to do with the memory? Thanks in advance.