Jedi Knight Jedi Outcast

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    • #44329

      I cant get Starwars Jedi Knight Jedi OutCast to work.

      I’m using Windows Server 2008 R2 with Hd 5770/ATI catalyst 11.8.

      I get :
      Problem signature:
      Problem Event Name: BEX
      Application Name: jk2mp.exe
      Application Version:
      Application Timestamp: 3d232fd5
      Fault Module Name: StackHash_f840
      Fault Module Version:
      Fault Module Timestamp: 00000000
      Exception Offset: 05a59a00
      Exception Code: c0000005
      Exception Data: 00000008
      OS Version: 6.1.7601.
      Locale ID: 3081
      Additional Information 1: f840
      Additional Information 2: f840bd4e25822d7ae87a884493a50cd3
      Additional Information 3: dfee
      Additional Information 4: dfee76a7d4b1368912421c7d5c058433

      I tried a opengl wrapper directx dll(tried it on Win XP and works) and I get:
      GLW_StartOpenGL() – could not load OpenGL subsystem.

      Is there a problem with Win server or just crappy ATI drivers?

    • #52168

      SP works fine, but MP fails to launch.

    • #52169

      I believe it may have something to do with Windows Server and not ATI.

      Single player works fine, when MP does not.

      Is there a network thing I need to install for Windows Server so old games can still run on a network?
      Jedi outcast would use the old direct x network thingy?

      It must be a networking thing, as SP works fine.
      How do I fix this? Is there a feature(download from MS) for old network drivers that old games use?

    • #52170

      Disabling DEP will resolve your issue.

      1. Start
      2. Right-click Computer and choose Properites
      3. Click Advanced System Settings
      4. Click Settings… under Performance
      5. Click Data Execution Prevention tab
      6. Click Add…
      7. Navigate to C:Program Files (x86)Lucas ArtsStar Wars JK II Jedi OutcastGameData
      8. Click on jk2mp.exe to add it.
      9. Click apply and close out of everything.

      Launch “Play Star Wars JK II Jedi Outcast” on Start Menu. When program opens, choose Multiplayer. It should now launch.

      Proof of Screenshot:


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