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Everytime I update WOE to the latest version properly with no install errors the game crashes everytime I end a mission. I've run the game in all compatiabilty modes, installed NATO Fighters or Desert Storm one at a time then with both installed. The culprit is usually the SingleMission.dll but I've also seen a DirectDraw.dll error. I Know it works on my system which is Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit with more than enough power to play. Has anyone else experienced this? :frantic:

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