I can only get in the game if I go on google chrome, go to runescape.com, log on to the website, then load up the client...if it doesn't load, I have to shut off my virus scan, load up the client, once it is loaded, I turn my virus scanner back on...hope they fix it soon
I had the same issue from about a week ago. Thinking it would be fixed with the next update (becouse multiple people had this issue after the update) I waited until today. To my surprise it wasn't fixed after the update so I decided to try some stuff myself. For most people it seems to fix itself after updating windows and/or graphics drivers. For me this didn't work but it fixed after doing a diskcheck via the command prompt (run as admin) hope this helps.
diskcheck command: chkdsk /f /r
Edit: The error is back fml
- Last edited on 04-Mar-2019 20:27:54 by Mathias Vv
Error Code c00000005 Uh oh! Did something go wrong? Here's how to fix it! Please head to this article and update your graphics driver
Updating graphics drivers Game versions: RuneScape Make sure your Graphics drivers are up to date for the best gameplay! Why would I need to do this? There are some circumstances where you'll need to update your graphics drivers such as: Low FPS (Frames per Second) in game Graphical or display issues You're looking to improve your system's performance If any of these apply to you, follow these steps:
Windows & Mac
Update Graphics Drivers on Windows Before you update your drivers you'll need to identify what make and model of Graphics Card you have in your system. Identifying graphics card Click the Start button/Run Type "DxDiag" (without the quotations) and hit enter Click the display tab Your graphics card make is shown next to "Manufacturer" The model is next to "Chip Type" Updating your Drivers on Windows Note - You will need full admin access on the computer in order to update your drivers Visit the website of your graphics card manufacturer. NVIDIA ATI (AMD) Intel Search for your graphics card model & name. Download graphics drivers. Run the downloaded installer package. Restart your computer.
Update Graphics Drivers on Mac On Mac OS X, your Graphics Driver is actually part of the Operating System, and as such can be upgraded by checking for a software update from Apple. Update your OS To update your Operating System follow these steps: Check for a Software Updates: Head to Apple Menu > Click About this Mac > Click Software Update Update your OS (If this option is grayed out, it means your version of OS X is fully up to date!) Note - If you choose to Upgrade your version of Mac OS X to a newer version, it will take some time to download and complete the install process Identifying your Graphics Card on Mac
- Last edited on 05-Mar-2019 21:37:01 by Helpdream