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    I really want to play this fricken game (MOO2), I've had it before and I loved it, but for some reason I haven't been able to get it to work lately.

    Is there any reason to assume that it doesn't work well with Windows XP? Do I need to do anything special to get it to work?
    Captain of Team Apolyton - ISDG 2012

    When I was younger I thought curfews were silly, but now as the daughter of a young woman, I appreciate them. - Rah

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    Do you talk about the win version (orion95.exe) or the dos version (orion2.exe)? (I recommend the dos-version with the new 1.4patch: http://lordbrazen.blogspot.com/2005/...i-v140-on.html )

    In general, it should work.

    ATI drivers in XP can cause troubles:

    http://www.spheriumnorth.com/orion-f...0d9d3e3968#276

    With DOSbox at least singleplayer should work then.
    "Football is like chess, only without the dice." Lukas Podolski

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    • #3
      I tried the 1.31 and 1.4 patches, and now the Dos game starts up, and I get the whole intro movie, but if i click the mouse or keyboard it crashes, and once the movie finishes it crashes.

      For the Win version I just get a black screen.

      Keep in mind that this is actually an improvement over what it was doing earlier.
      Captain of Team Apolyton - ISDG 2012

      When I was younger I thought curfews were silly, but now as the daughter of a young woman, I appreciate them. - Rah

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      • #4
        Hmmm. Never heard about this problem.

        Mebbe a lbx file is damaged or so.
        "Football is like chess, only without the dice." Lukas Podolski

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        • #5
          Well I ended up figuring it out. I still don't know quite what the problem was, but it works now, and I played it all day.
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          When I was younger I thought curfews were silly, but now as the daughter of a young woman, I appreciate them. - Rah

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