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- 9th February 2009 at 01:17 #43618
Ok, I was able to get star trek legacy to install properly on 2008 without an issue, however an odd problem is none of the voice overs work. I can open the voice over files in audicity and playback is fine on 2008 and when the PC was XP it was also available in game. All drivers are up to date and my sound card is a nice SB Aud. If I install the game on my xp machine it plays the voice over fine.
I have tried XP compat mode
Installing DX 9.0c
Has anyone else tried this game on 2008 yet and what was your end results.
- 9th February 2009 at 08:11 #48270ArrisModerator
Have you applied all fixes mentioned in the Games article?
* Disable DEP
* Missing gameux.dll
* Missing xinput9_1_0.dll
In your case I think the dmusic.inf patch is most relevant.
- 12th February 2009 at 00:50 #48271
Yep, tried all those already also. No help. XP – audio voice overs and music / 2008 Server music but no voice over which is odd they are WAV files, the music is ogg
- 12th February 2009 at 01:10 #48272
look for a file called config.cfg in C:program filesBethesda SoftworksStar Trek Legacy
Edit the line
cfg_Cineractive_Volume_Voice = 19 //VO Volume level during scripted cineractives [0, 20]
Set to the volume level you want. Looks like on 2008 the file gets tagged “read only” so when you adjust in the game itself it does not save. Prior to that it was 0. If you uncheck the RO it works as desired…
😳 Should have caught that one sooner… Always check permissions first…
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