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#1 11 years ago

Hi ,I posted my problem earlier; you may or may not have read it; but anyway i think i've figured it out. I used to play JKA on my comp, until my stepdad broke it, and I never had a chance to uninstall it form the comp so the disks I have won't work on any other comp, which is why I can't play, because the disks are locked on the other comp, or something. I'm looking for confirmation of this and if this is true I would like to know if there is a way to fix this, short of buying another copy of the game. Please Help.




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#2 11 years ago

I saw your other post and I dont have an answer for it. Sadly though, I know this isnt it.




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#3 11 years ago

Hmm, I wonder what the problem is then. Well anyway, I apreciate your input 1ShotDoctor. Thanks.




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#4 11 years ago

The discs are not computer-specific, nor are they "locked" to any one computer. Maybe if the game was distributed on Optical MO discs, then yeah, that could happen, but not with CD-ROM. Whoever told you that was talking out of an orifice which doesn't bear thinking about.


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#5 11 years ago
Kouen;3702965The discs are not computer-specific, nor are they "locked" to any one computer. Maybe if the game was distributed on Optical MO discs, then yeah, that could happen, but not with CD-ROM. Whoever told you that was talking out of an orifice which doesn't bear thinking about.

LOL, Butt Joke...but anyway, back to business. Here is a screenshot of the "Error Report" that i'm prompted to send. This may or may not help my problem, I just don't know what to do anymore. JKAError1.jpg




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#6 11 years ago

Could you run DXDiag and post your system's results?

(In case you don't know how to get the report, go on the Start Menu and select Run. Type in dxdiag and press Enter. Once DXDiag comes up, let the green progress bar run all the way and then when it disappears, click the Save All Information button to save it as a text file. Upload that file as an attachment in a post on these forums by going into Advanced Posting mode.)

The most I can say about your problem at this point is that it's GL-related. I'd like to get some info about your system before I elaborate on that.


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#7 11 years ago

Why does the modname say "sisgl.dll"? When that error used to come up with me it said "Jasp.dll" or something along those lines.




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#8 11 years ago
JohnppWhy does the modname say "sisgl.dll"? When that error used to come up with me it said "Jasp.dll" or something along those lines.

Mod is also an abbreviation for module. In your case, JASP's components were the problem. In this case, those components aren't what's causing the problem, so the "culprit" displayed isn't jasp.dll, it is in fact the real culprit.

Computers aren't as incompetent with their diagnosis as doctors, nor are they as bad at finding the real culprit as the British police force, thank god.


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#9 11 years ago

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#10 11 years ago

Onboard graphics. Ouch. 99% probability of that being the problem.

All I can really advise is to try a driver update for your graphics processor, but the thing is, your laptop doesn't actually have a graphics card in it, just an integrated chip on the main processor. So, I'm not entirely sure that a driver update will help at all.

Integrated GPUs aren't really suitable for heavy gaming, as they only support rudimentary Direct3D and OpenGL functions - enough to run your average "traditional" computer game and most multimedia applications, but not really enough for the serious game engines like Unreal Engine, Q3, Crysis, etc.

In layman's terms, the SiS M650 is a gutsy little chip which packs quite a punch for something so small, but it doesn't really have the balls to compete with a solid GeForce FX-Series or Radeon card.

Try the driver update, and if that doesn't work, you may well have to do a little hardware upgrading.

Latest drivers for the SiS M650 are here. The top download is the one you'll want.


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