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RakeShark
05-10-2012, 06:41 PM
I want to do a Let's Play of The Movies, but currently I've run into a snag.

I'm able to install the game, did the run as administrator trick. Installed Stunts and Special Effects. Installed the patch. However, the game will not run. The disc will spin in the DVD tray as if it's thinking and reading, but the program does not run. When I eject the disc, the program comes to its senses and says it needs the DVD to play the game. It does not matter if I have it set for WinXP SP3 compatibility mode or not.

I've searched around the net and found no guidance on this, was wondering if you folk have any ideas.

Also, my sound card and my microphone are using two different cards, there a cheap/free video record program that can compensate for both?

QuantaCat
05-10-2012, 06:46 PM
How did you record the ME3 movies then?

RakeShark
05-10-2012, 06:47 PM
That was on my old machine, just used the onboard soundcard, now I have an asus xonar with the new monolith.

QuantaCat
05-10-2012, 07:07 PM
ok, as far as I read, (there was a german post on exactly this) as long as you can install the game, it should work, but how about you just get a nocd crack? you own the game anyway, shouldnt be a problem, no?

Moraven
06-10-2012, 06:44 AM
Virtual Audio Cable seems to be the best when working with multiple sources. Have not had a chance to give a go yet, lots of streamers use it.

Sparkasaurusmex
11-10-2012, 02:24 PM
I want to do a Let's Play of The Movies, but currently I've run into a snag.

I'm able to install the game, did the run as administrator trick. Installed Stunts and Special Effects. Installed the patch. However, the game will not run. The disc will spin in the DVD tray as if it's thinking and reading, but the program does not run. When I eject the disc, the program comes to its senses and says it needs the DVD to play the game. It does not matter if I have it set for WinXP SP3 compatibility mode or not.

I've searched around the net and found no guidance on this, was wondering if you folk have any ideas.

Also, my sound card and my microphone are using two different cards, there a cheap/free video record program that can compensate for both?
find a no CD crack.