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Rayne

Member Since 18 Apr 2010
Offline Last Active May 02 2015 07:53 AM
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In Topic: Any Good Online Splicing sites?

01 March 2015 - 09:40 PM

Just zoom in. I don't have a probably editing pixel by pixel that way.


In Topic: So I got this game on steam

23 February 2015 - 03:40 AM

Been scrounging around the internet for a couple hours now to research your problem and came up with some that multiple people have stated worked perfectly. (I had nothing better to do.) Gonna copy and paste them below.

 

Step 1= uninstall the game if you experiencing problems (cant get it to work) and re-download and install! (do not load the game yet)

Step 2 = load up your steam library find disciples 2, right click and go into properties and once in properties untick that box what says (enable in-game steam community)

Step 3 = now load up your library again and double click disciples 2 and it will bring up 2 menu options, 1 says load the game, the other 1 says launch configuration menu. LOAD the configuration menu.

Step 4 = after the configuration menu has been loaded tick the box what says (direct 3d) and also tick the stretch to full screen.

 

 

I know you mentioned that it wasn't tell you want .dll was missing but this thread has some good info in it regardless. And if it happened to be Steam.dll, there you go. It also mentions turning off UAC.

 

http://forums.steamp.../t-1387114.html

 

 

Another fix that seems to work for many is disables the Steam Overlay. That window that pops up to let you know what your friends are playing.

 

Right click your Steam icon. Settings. Find "In-Game". Untick "Enable the Steam Overlay while in-game."
 

 

I'll keep looking because I still got nothing better to do, but if you haven't already, there's some stuff to try. :)

In Topic: Curse Words Anyone?

23 February 2015 - 01:41 AM

You guys are so much more creative. Makin' my Douche Faggot and Cock Nugget look like Kindergarten vocabulary words. :P


In Topic: So I got this game on steam

22 February 2015 - 09:24 PM

Right click on the game. Click Properties. Click the tab "LOCAL FILES". Click Verify Integrity of Game Cache. It will show you a loading bar. Once it completes, it will either tell you it is validated or it will say an item is missing and download it.

This usually fixes most of my Steam game problems. If it doesn't, it's usually because a .dll didn't fire correctly or it's missing so I either replace it or download the one I need.


In Topic: Team Fortress 2

13 February 2015 - 04:26 AM

Addicted since 2007.
I will never stop playing this game until Valve kills it.

Or if there is ever a TF3 and it's so good there's no reason to go back to 2. But Valve can't can't to 3 so... :B