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Still Life Game

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#1 Dyrbooker


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Posted 30 August 2008 - 08:23 AM

I have an old version of Still Life_2. I first put in on my old computer in 2005. last night I wanted to put it on my laptop and had problems with the protected drivers, but I'm not getting those errors anymore, So I think I resolved that. However now when I open the game the screen goes black like it is loading but nothing else happenes. When I use taks manager to close the program I notice that my resolution has changes (bigger fonts) and when I close it the resolution goes back to normal. The game still plays on my old computer but I am going out of town and would like to put it on my laptop. I am running Windows vista on the laptop. Is there something that I can do to make this game run>

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#2 dbough


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Posted 30 August 2008 - 08:31 AM

The resolution is normal, the game probably steps your resolution down because it is not compatible with a higher res. When closed, it should go back to normal.

Try the following link for running older programs in Vista: https://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/e...cf5f101033.mspx
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