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#1 11 years ago

Ok, Everyone know about the box with Yellow text in it when you start up Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy Multiplayer? Well mine loads fine untill it gets to the end and says the following: --- ambient sound initialization --- Sound memory manager started Loading dll file ui. Failed to load dll, looking for qvm. Loading vm file vm/ui.qvm. Failed. Shutting down OpenGL subsystem VM_Create on UI failed And then all I can do is quit. Does anyone have the solution to this problem? If you do it would be much appreciated *Edit* - It worked fine up untill this morning -Jc447:feedback:




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#2 11 years ago

That's not a sound error. OpenGL is graphics.

Make sure your graphics card is compatible and that your drivers are up to date.


I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.



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#3 11 years ago

Kouen;3385918That's not a sound error. OpenGL is graphics.

Make sure your graphics card is compatible and that your drivers are up to date.

No, the problem is that it worked fine up untill this morning. And even so, how would I check that my graphics card was compatible and that my drivers are up to date?




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#4 11 years ago

This assumes you're using Windows. You can get the details on your graphics card by running dxdiag. As for the drivers, dxdiag will tell you what version of driver you have. You can then compare it to the version available on the card manufacturer's website. To get dxdiag, click the Start button, select Run, type in dxdiag and press enter. If you're using a different OS, just use whatever diagnostic tool is supplied.


I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.



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#5 11 years ago

Everything seems to work perfectly in dxdiag, what should I be looking out for if somthing didn't work?