|Version:||The Rise of the Witchking 2.01|
|Latest Wine Version Tested:||5.4|
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What does not
Running wine lotrbfme2ep1.exe in the installed folder gives
002d:fixme:ntdll:NtQuerySystemInformation info_class SYSTEM_PERFORMANCE_INFORMATION
..Then exits without any more info.
What was not tested
Anything in game
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Manjaro Linux||Mar 22 2020||5.4||Yes||No||No||Garbage||Dr-Bracket|
|Show||Arch Linux x86_64||Aug 10 2019||4.9-staging||Yes||Yes||No||Bronze||Prometheus05|
|Show||Ubuntu 18.04 "Bionic" amd64 (+variants like Kubuntu)||May 21 2018||3.6||Yes||Yes||No||Platinum||Luke|
|Show||Debian GNU/Linux 8.x "Jessie" x86_64||Jul 10 2017||2.11-staging||Yes||Yes||Gold||Lakorta|
|Show||Gentoo Linux x86_64||Mar 22 2013||1.5.26||Yes||Yes||Gold||an anonymous user|
|Bug #||Description||Status||Resolution||Other apps affected|
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by Chris Wendel on Saturday December 1st 2018, 17:23
by STINO on Tuesday August 8th 2017, 16:16
I am currently trying to install The rise of the witch king on my mac (2011 macbook pro with Yosemite 10.10.5). tried it with Wine and Wine bottler, but that did not recognise my installment of BFME 2, so i tried the Wine stable. But that does not recognise a disc. I do not have a disc but does anyone knows how to surpass this? Or anything else?
by MarkÂ Â AckermanÂ on Wednesday February 16th 2011, 2:33
I am trying to play BFME1 and 2 and both just won't get past the first screen. This must be a common error, I will answer any responses and I will do so diligently, Mark
by 414NXabaras on Wednesday February 16th 2011, 2:49
What "first screen" are you talking about? The splash screen? The menu screen?
Are you trying to play them using the DVD? If so, have you configured wine paths so the game can find the disk where it wants it?
Have you tried with a crack?
by MarkÂ Â AckermanÂ on Wednesday February 16th 2011, 3:07
by MarkÂ Â AckermanÂ on Wednesday February 16th 2011, 6:51
"Please make sure you have DirectX 9.0 or higher installed. Also verify that your video card meets the minimum requirements, and that you do not have hardware acceleration disabled in the display control panel.", and everything is set with winecfg and DirectX was installed (a few times)
and yes the first screen i was referring to is The splash screen.
by 414NXabaras on Wednesday February 16th 2011, 6:58
Have you disabled pixel and vertex shader support in your WINEPREFIX? Please check it in winecfg.
If they aren't disabled, than I think you should look to your graphics card drivers. What's your graphics card? What drivers are you using? Is direct rendering enabled (you can check it with glxinfo)?
by MarkÂ Â AckermanÂ on Wednesday February 16th 2011, 7:22
I did what you asked in winecfg and I doubt there is a problem with my NVidia card as Ubuntu chose it's driver and it is a new HP Laptop with an NVidia GeForce GT 230M card. The glxinfo showed ...
" ack@Arawn:~$ glxinfo
name of display: :0.0
display: :0 screen: 0
direct rendering: Yes
server glx vendor string: NVIDIA Corporation"
and I look froward to further troubleshooting...thanks
by 414NXabaras on Wednesday February 16th 2011, 8:03
Please follow the advice from help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia to install the latest Nvidia binary drivers.
Regarding the shaders options, they must be both enabled.
by MarkÂ Â AckermanÂ on Wednesday February 16th 2011, 14:15
Do you agree with my proposed next steps (and I will re-check the winecfg h/w accel and pixel shaders - thanks for clarifying) ,
thanks so much Mark
by 414NXabaras on Wednesday February 16th 2011, 14:42
Remember that every kernel you use needs its own nvidia kernel module.
by MarkÂ Â AckermanÂ on Wednesday February 16th 2011, 18:44
by Vit Hrachovy on Thursday February 17th 2011, 2:13
1. Compiz is a big no-no for lots of 3D Wine games. Switch it off before making any attempts to solve problems with 3D.
2. Have you tried to run LOTRBFME in Wine Virtual Desktop (wincfg -> Graphics)? It's not full screen, but I've found this can help many games to run when videocard or monitor did not provide game a supported resolution, i.e. when game wanted to change video resolution and card/monitor/xorg replied it's not possible.
by 414NXabaras on Thursday February 17th 2011, 3:59
by MarkÂ Â AckermanÂ on Thursday February 17th 2011, 5:54
Cool and I now have a much better understanding of wine.... THANKS
by Cloud on Saturday November 13th 2010, 15:49
System: Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid ~ Processor AMD
Wine version: 1.1.42