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  • Bettler
    • Neuling
hi Leute,
habe letztens Redguard erstanden, und wollte es nun spielen:
aber es stürte ab und es kam die nachricht das der direkte zugriff auf die platte nicht möglich sei.
habt ihr ne idee wie ich es unter xp ans laufen krieg??
mfg
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  01.05.2006, 22:07
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  • Skelett
    • Untot
Unter Xp garnich soweit ich weiß. ^^

Solltest es mit Win98 versuchen wenn du es in "Reichweite" hast. :)
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  01.05.2006, 22:25
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    • Untot
oder mit "kompatibilitätsmodus" unter den dateieigenschaften probieren
  02.05.2006, 01:49
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  • Bettler
    • Neuling
Ne, das funzt so nicht. Um Reguard spielen zu können, braucht man ein paar Schritte mehr. Das liegt an den Grafikkartentreibern; der Software-Modus ist unter WinXp unspielbar, nur der 3Dfx-Modus kann zum Laufen gebracht werden. Hier eine Anleitung zum Betreiben des Spiels (weiß nicht mehr, woher ich die habe):

"This is a step-by-step Guide to Making 'Redguard' work under the WindowsXP operating system. Originally by ThePaladin, updated by gblues.

Thanks to 'Freddo' for vital information to making Redguard work.

1. Install the full 3DFX version of Redguard (and remember the directory it is being installed to, usually C:\Program Files\Redguard). When you get to the audio configuration, just choose "No sound."

2. Download a Glide wrapper. Currently the only two that will work are dgVoodoo (use Google if link doesn't work) and GliDOS.

* GliDOS costs $10 but has a Redguard preset that will get you sound, but not music.
* dgVoodoo is free but will require more work to get it working--but you can get both audio and music with this option.

3. Download VDMSound and install it (you'll need this for working sound).

4. Download SAPUCDEX. Extract the SAPUCDEX.EXE into your Redguard folder.

5. If you downloaded dgVoodoo, here's how you install it:

- Unzip the following files into your Windows folder (usually C:\WINDOWS):

glide2x.dll
glide2x.ovl
dgVoodoo.exe
dgVoodoo.vxd
dgVoodooSetup.exe (create a shortcut to this one onto your Desktop)

- Run dgVoodooSetup.exe (using the shortcut you created). then make the following changes:
Under the 'Global' tab:
- Check the 'DOS' box under 'Platform'
- Check 'Windowed Mode' under 'Screen Mode' do NOT select 'Fullscreen Mode'
- Check 'Working in VDD Mode' under 'WinXP options for DOS'
Under the 'Glide' tab:
- Select 'Closer to a real hardware' under 'LFB access'
- Press 'OK' and the Setup box should close

6. Go to your Redguard folder and open the Audio folder, then right-click SETSOUND.EXE and choose "Run with VDMSound." Configure the digital audio for a SB Pro (*not* SB-16!).

7. Go back to your Redguard folder and click File > New > Text File. Double-click it to launch Notepad. Enter the following:

CD "C:\Program Files\Redguard" (replace with whatever the path is to your Redguard folder, and keep it in quotes)
@DOSDRV
@SAPUCDEX
@RGFX

(for those who care: "@DOSDRV" initializes VDMSound; "@SAPUCDEX" enables CD audio, and "@RGFX" launches the game)

Click File > Save, and close Notepad. Right-click the file you just created and choose Rename, and name it something like REDGUARD.BAT (you'll get a warning, just click Yes. If you don't get a warning, make sure Windows is showing your file extensions then try again).

8. Create a shortcut to REDGUARD.BAT and place the shortcut wherever you want it (desktop, start menu, whatever).

And that's it! Redguard should be working in WindowsXP! Hope this helped you and enjoy the great Elder Scrolls game that is Redguard!"

Bei mir läuft es damit bestens  :D

Lichtblick ist auch, dass es irgendwann ganz einfach unter dosbox laufen wird (wie unter v0.65 auch Battlespire)
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  02.05.2006, 10:32
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