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    Default Has anyone on here solved the HKship.exe crash on sleeping dogs?

    Theres 30+ Pages on both Steam and the sleeping dogs website of people experiencing this issue, just wondering if anyone on here found a fix that worked for themselves.

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    Default Re: Has anyone on here solved the HKship.exe crash on sleeping dogs?

    What exactly is the nature of your problem? My game was unable to start from Steam at first (no message) and when I tried to run it from hkship.exe I was told "d3dcompiler_43.dll is missing" which I fixed by downloading directx from the microsoft site.

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    Default Re: Has anyone on here solved the HKship.exe crash on sleeping dogs?

    Never had such issues. Finished it a few weeks ago too interesting GTA-IV clone with Wai Shu....
    Mind you I was on V1.4 so no issues.
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