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  1. Also worth mentioning *after spending several hours actually PLAYING these games*. They are very good, and well worth any FPS players time. Much more so than the recent COD for example. Entertaining, and still look half decent ! NOLF grabbing me more than NOLF2 due to less emphasis on stealth. Blood 2 / SHOGO - not so sure yet
  2. SORTED !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! As Max suggested , it WAS to do with USB devices ! However, unplugging them made no difference for me. I had to DISABLE every "HID COMPLIANT VENDOR DEFINED DEVICE" in device manager to get NOLF AND AVP2 to work. I had about 6 of these in device manager , through process of elimination I know now that there is ONE of these I need to disable to get both games to work. Compatability settings etc make zero difference to me - if this device is disabled , then the games run instantly (only played NOLF for a bit but seems to run fine at 4K) I feel like partying !! (about to pour a gin !) Special thanks to Max for pointing me in the right direction. Cheers all ! Edit - for reference, the offending driver is AndroidAFDx64.sys
  3. Just a final note on this. Before un-installing , as a last gasp effort I tried to run NOLF one last time. At the 3rd attempt it ran ! Instead of playing , I exited and tried to run again, MAKING NO CHANGES - same old error. I cold booted my PC and replicated the exact same combination of resolution / compatibility etc - maybe after an hour or so of trying, again it ran. And again after exiting the game, it would gave the same error when trying to run again. No matter how many times I tried. I tried for maybe another hour of resetting my PC but no joy. (Im sure if I spent longer , I *may* have got it to run once more.) Too random and too time consuming Im afraid. Tried the above for AVP2 and it would not run a single time. Hopefully sometime in the future there will be a definitive fix.
  4. Thanks for the info - I did try AVP2 at the time plus all manner of compatibility combinations with no joy ! Gonna leave this for a bit as Ive spent faaaar too much time trying to get these to work - maybe in the future after a fresh install of windows I will have more luck. Thanks again tho for the tips
  5. Im guessing that this must be a Win10 specific issue - I tried booting with only keyboard plugged in - still get the same error message launching game.
  6. MAX - thanks for the suggestions , will give this a try and report back when my hangover lets up (at a gig last night), Ive got loads of USB devices I can try unplugging (including XBOX ONE wireless receiver)
  7. Yeah, really appreciate the response - thanks for taking the time Thing is , I spent hours and hours trying all combinations of compatability settings (running as admin) with no joy
  8. Hello ! Has anyone managed to get NOLF running in a fully updated WIN 10 pro ? Ive spent too much of my life on this, tried everything suggested in these forums and on the web. Everytime - Client MFC Application has stopped working Strangely : - NOLF 2 - works ! Contract Jack - works ! (But only by using the Project-M mod, and editing ini to 640x480 before playing everytime, then changing res in game) Alien Vs Predator 2 - does not work, Client MFC Application has stopped working Any fixes other than whats out there (compatabilty / run as admin / disable virtual keyboards etc / mods / patches) ? Windows error log - Faulting application name: lithtech.exe, version:, time stamp: 0x3ae746d9 Faulting module name: apphelp.dll, version: 10.0.15063.447, time stamp: 0x63786941 Exception code: 0xc0000005 Fault offset: 0x0001e493 Faulting process ID: 0x36d8 Faulting application start time: 0x01d32b133241885f Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Fox\No One Lives Forever\lithtech.exe Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\apphelp.dll Report ID: 0419f9c5-d229-4ac1-9517-a8a276704529 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID:
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