Gregorious;5413480I've played in Matrix : Path of Neo, S.T.A.L.K.E.R, age of empires 2, prince of persia : two thrones and it does work.[/QUOTE] Irrelevant. Those games use different engines. Besides, just because those games worked, doesn't mean Jedi Academy must work too. It might, but it also might not.Gregorious;5413480So I don't think that Jedi Academy won't work. I've spoken with My friend, who has notebook with ati chipset too and he told me that Jedi Academy works perfectly, but he has got linux (debian ?), not Win7 (64 bit)...Irrelevant. Operating system is not the problem, or at least it shouldn't be. Many people are successfully playing JA on Windows 7. Perhaps your friend has a different graphic chip. Just because it's ATI doesn't mean it's the same as yours. [QUOTE=Gregorious;5413480]Maybe any patch ?
What patch? Official 1.01 patch is the only patch I'm aware of.
Yeah I've got that.
And, what about virtual machines ? Maybe... ?
Don't bother with a virtual machine. If you can't run JA natively, a virtual system is almost guaranteed to not work. (You'd need virtual drivers too) It'd be in vain.
10.4 drivers should work. If it doesn't, running as admin, disabling desktop composition and running in compatibility mode will help. That's about it.
Try installing DirectX 9.0c (yes, 9.0c specifically) from JA's CD and run with the ATI 10.4 drivers. (Uninstall your drivers, then freshly install 10.4)
I've got msg:
"The DirectX instalator found the newest version of this program. Instalation is not nessesery"
/Translate from PL/
I'll try to uninstall directX 11 if it is possible of course.
Raz0r;5414020Try installing DirectX 9.0c (yes, 9.0c specifically) from JA's CD...[/QUOTE] JA readme file says the game requires DirectX 9.0a to work, so the game comes with DirectX 9.0a on the CD, not 9.0c. Or am I wrong? :uhm: [QUOTE=Gregorious;5414055]I'll try to uninstall directX 11 if it is possible of course.
No. Don't do that. Tampering with the (Direct)X-Files (=p) is a good way to mess up your system if you don't know exactly what you're doing.
Download and try to install DirectX 9.0c Redistributable.
Ok I'm trying...
Maybe that will work...
In dxdiag i've got Dx 11, but it's obvious i think.
What else, i tried to run it without compositions, with atifix, without atifix with dx9.0c.
I've installed dx9.
Any ideas ?
You've tried running it in a compatibility mode, with administrator privileges enabled and Desktop Composition disabled, right? Have you tried all of those 3 things together, not just one at the time? Combine them all. Compatibility mode for Windows XP + Deskop Composition disabled + administrative privileges enabled. If that doesn't help, then I don't know what will. :clueless:
I've tried to combine. Now I'll try to do it step by step.
And still nothing.