Each game is a huge program in whicheverything is connected with each other. Before starting the game for sale, the developers with the help of a team of experienced testers in the course of repeated tests are trying to identify all possible problems that may arise. This eliminates flaws, bugs, weak points are tightened, and only then the project appears on the shelves and becomes available to users. However, no matter how experienced the developers and testers, sometimes it is impossible to fix absolutely all the problems. Moreover, some problems can arise from users on their own fault, or rather, through the fault of their computer or the software installed on it. Gamers very often write that CrossFire gives an error, so it's worthwhile to consider more carefully what can be the reason for such problems.
The very first problem with which you canto collide, is a complete lack of response of a shortcut or an exe file to a click. You can try to run the game as many times as you like, but everything will be unsuccessful. It's easier to understand the problem when CrossFire issues an error, but in this case nothing happens. However, there is a solution, because most often such problems occur when your antivirus has removed an important game file on suspicion of the virus. This happens rarely, but it does happen, so you need to either disable the antivirus for the duration of the game, or analyze which file it takes as a threat, and add it to the exceptions. So you solve this problem pretty quickly. More problems can arise with those situations when CrossFire gives an error, but there even at once it is clear what is wrong.
Very often CrossFire gives an error that itcan not find the version.ini file. What is this file and what is it for? In fact, there is no problem here at all, because this file is responsible for connecting to the server, so if your client can not find it, then the server is not working now. Go to the site of the server you are playing on, and make sure that preventive work is done there, or it is simply turned off. You can only wait, because in CrossFire the error of this type can not be solved by the user. However, it is worth noting that you can not connect to the server even when it is online - then you will have to try harder.
It can happen that your client does not wantsynchronize with the new server data that came out of the prophylaxis or rose after the fall. Sometimes CrossFire crashes, but this is caused by completely different reasons. And if the game does not want to run because of the above-mentioned error, then you will need to conduct a trace. This is done on the command line, through which you will need to get information about the new data of your server. Copy them and paste them into your version.ini file, then save - the game should be earned. However, this is not an answer to the question of why CrossFire crashes - using tracing and changing data in the above file, you can only solve problems with launching, not with departures.
About 5 percent of the players happenerror associated with the mlang.dll file. It appears in the root folder after running certain programs, and you can not remove it from there. If you are trying to get yourself a CrossFire weapon, do it as honestly as possible, because using third-party programs can lead to this error. Unfortunately, there is no solution. The matter is that this file will be created automatically each time you delete it and try to start the game again. It will hang on four percent of the load and not move forward, and the reason for this will be the above-mentioned file. The only way out is to reinstall the game. And, of course, you no longer need to use third-party programs that interact with the game itself. However, it is worth noting that reviews of CrossFire have become less and less often mentioned this mistake, because it was replaced by another, which will be discussed later.
This error occurs only in two cases: if you installed some additional files in the game folder or if you somehow removed the necessary files from there. In the first case, you need to abandon all cheat and similar programs that are installed in the game folder, remove everything that's already been installed, and hope that everything will be all right, and you do not have to reinstall the game or even deal with the administration. Well, in the second case, there are no special options - you will have to reinstall the game, since you hardly know what files you have, and you can not restore them separately.
The new CrossFire, of course, is equipped with a newa security system called Xtrap. It is designed to capture cheaters and scammers who use dishonest codes, try to bypass the ban and so on. But do not think that you can not be affected by this problem if you play fair. The fact is that Xtrap follows absolutely all the processes on the computer, and it can work even if you run any program responsible for the microphone negotiations, for example Skype. Its task in CrossFire is to review all running applications and block the startup at the slightest threat, so avoid running other programs in parallel, whatever they are.
As you can see, almost all errors in the game whenstart are caused by the fact that you use third-party utilities, and in particular cheats, trainers and other fraudulent devices that give you an unfair advantage over other players. So do not use such software, and then half of the problems will disappear by itself. Of course, there are still some mistakes that can occur during the game itself, but here you most likely need to look for a reason in your computer or in the programs installed on it. You may need to upgrade your machine or run fewer applications in parallel with the game so that it can use more system resources. And then you can play without any problems.