3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 3, 2012 9:47 AM by Ron@Intel RSS

Angry Birds error "?:0: attempt to compare number with nil (call stack not available)

HisSvt2 Community Member
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cant get angry birds to run system is the following   

Win7 32bit

p4 3ghz

1gb ram

ati 9600 128mb with 10.3 drivers

get this error

 

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  • 1. Re: Problem running angry birds
    Ron@Intel Community Member
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    Hello,

     

    I suggest uninstalling Angry Birds* following these steps:

     

    1. Close Intel AppUp(SM) center.
    2. End task on the ismagent.exe process (Instructions on how to do this can be found here:  http://www.intel.com/support/software/stores/appupwn/sb/CS-032660.htm )
    3. Re-open Intel AppUp(SM) center.
    4. Select Angry Birds* and click on Options | Uninstall and follow the uninstall procedure.
    5. Once Angry Birds* is uninstalled, close and re-open Intel AppUp(SM) center.
    6. Go to “My Apps” and then click “Download” under Angry Birds*.
    7. Follow the installation process instructions for Angry Birds*

     

    If the issue persists, please note that the Angry Birds* application is not written or developed by Intel. This app is developed by Rovio* (http://www.rovio.com/). Intel provides the Intel AppUp(SM) center for customers to download applications to run on their netbooks or PCs, and for companies to sell or distribute their applications such as Rovio* does with Angry Birds*. However, Intel does not have access to the software code for applications and cannot make changes, fix problems, or enhance said application. If the application is not running and you would like to troubleshoot an issue, please contact the Rovio* support team directly by sending an email to support@rovio.com

     

    Regards,

     

    Ronald M.

    Intel AppUp(SM) center Support

  • 2. Re: Problem running angry birds
    HisSvt2 Community Member
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    I already did that several times still same error

  • 3. Re: Problem running angry birds
    Ron@Intel Community Member
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    Hello,

     

    This error message is produced directly by the application Angry Birds* and Intel does not have access to the software code for the application, I suggest contacting the application developer directly (i.e. Rovio*) by sending them an email to support@rovio.com

     

    Regards,

     

    Ronald M.

    Intel AppUp(SM) center Support.

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