I don't know if this will help. I found this on another forum:
**************I THINK I MAY HAVE FOUND A SOLUTION!****************
I got some help from another user on a different forum.
She told me to check my audio drivers. I had three, TWO ATI High def audio drivers and one VIA High def audio
My conclusion is that the two ATI's were fighting echother for the information causing the crash, I disabled one and it works PERFECTLY(thus far) game used to crash sometimes at loading, 10 seconds into game play no more then 20 seconds.. I've been playing for about 3 hours now on all high settings, changin the resolution a couple times a minute trying to cause the crash. I'm unable to cause the crash.
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