Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
Everything, did a full play through.
What does not
Nothing, everything works.
What was not tested
nothing was left untested, played all DLC.
Worked flawless for me with wine (32bit) 1.7.4 compiled from, Gentoo repository. Installed the game, and it plays without lag. With everything set to max, including AA-AF.
- Gentoo 64bit kernel: 3.10.7-gentoo-r1
CPU: Intel Q9550 @ 3.4ghz
GFX: Asus Nvidia 680gtx top with nvidia proprietary driver
Doesn't start anymore
by Tibi on Monday September 13th 2010, 12:02
I'm using Wine 1.3.2 on Ubuntu 10.04.
The installation didn't work for me so I just copied it over from a Windows volume. It worked all nice & smooth, I created a character, played for a while, saved the game then exited. But after this the game would always crash after the "Press Any Key" screen with this message:
General protection fault!
History: Address = 0x7b837d52 (filename not found) [in C:\windows\system32\KERNEL32.dll]
Address = 6d349dc8 (filename not found) [in C:\windows\system32\msvcr80.dll]
Address = 6d3464d9 (filename not found) [in C:\windows\system32\msvcr80.dll]
It seems that the game only runs if there are no savegame files made.
I should also probably mention that I did have the mouse issue.
Intro video freeze
by Lukas Barth on Wednesday July 21st 2010, 16:25
I did all the stuff to fix the mouse problem (installing directx9, using native dinput8, patching wine...), but for me the intro video (after you created your character...) just freezes with the first frame. I can hear the music playing, but nothing moves (and noone starts talking, I guess that's what should happen in that movie...).
by Nyulas Kalman on Monday July 19th 2010, 4:21
I'm using wine-1.2-rc5 on Gentoo 64bit system.
Installed the game, pached.
A temporary solution for mouse problem, is:
Go to [Install dir]/Mass Effect/BioGame/Config
Edit the file DefaultInput.ini
Set the variables:
MoveForwardSpeed and MoveStrafeSpeed to higher value.
I setted them to 4800, and the game is playeble. It's not the true solution, but at least it's playable.