Bolthar

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About Bolthar

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    Plays all NOLF series games
  1. I had always unchecked the box before. This time, I left it checked and it brought up a box that had "Reinstall DirectX" and "Exit" as options, but the option to reinstall was greyed out. Does it actually work on Windows 10? I figured it would have a compatibility issue with the modern DirectX.
  2. Dang. I reinstalled the GOTY Edition from discs, installed the launcher you linked, tried both Windows XP SP3 and Windows 7 compatibility modes, and got the same error. I guess I am just destined not to be able to enjoy this game on Windows 10.
  3. I found the No CD patch as well as some Widescreen fixes, but those did nothing. I didn't see anything re: compatability. If you have a direct link, that'd be most helpful.
  4. Thank you for the replies. I did a clean reinstall of my graphics drivers and reinstalled the GOTY Edition but still have the same error. Where can I download these fixes, Fortran?
  5. I am new to this forum and was wondering if anyone could help me solve an error I am receiving when trying to launch No One Lives Forever GOTY Edition. I am running Windows 10 Pro 64-bit with an nVidia GeForce GTX 970 card. The installation from the original discs worked fine, and it will allow me to open the launcher where I can select Display, Advanced, Launch, or Quit. Once I choose my display options (no matter what they are) and attempt to Launch, it gives me the error "Client MFC Application has stopped working" with a small blank DOS window in the background. I have tried disabling everything in the Advanced section, one at a time, but this makes no impact. Changing resolutions makes no impact. I have installed the game from both the original GOTY discs as well as the version on http://nolfrevival.tk/ with the same issue on both. I have Googled extensively for solutions but nothing has worked. A common culprit seems to be G-Sync, but I do not have G-Sync capability on my monitors so that is not the issue. NOLF 2 runs fine on my machine once patched to 1.3, so I'm not sure what the issue is. A solution would be much appreciated!
  6. Welcome to the forums Bolthar :)