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When I attempt to install the patch, I get a 'Patch Error' window that reads: 'Old File not found. However, a file of the same name was found. No update done since file contents do not match.'
I click the OK button and then get a 'Information' window that reads: 'realMYST 1.1.1 patch was not completed. Also, when I perform 'Program Compatibility' troubleshooting, I click the 'Start the program.'
Button and get a 'Error' window that reads: 'A game critical file (win_init.dat) is missing. You need to reinstall the game.' Every time I reinstall the game, I run into the same problem. Anyone have any ideas as to what steps I need to take? Answer to Question 1: Every time I click on the realMYST desktop shortcut, I get a 'User Account Control' window that reads: 'Do you want to allow the following program from an unknown publisher to make changes to this computer? Program name: realMYST.exe Publisher: Unknown File origin: Hard drive on this computer Program location: C: Program Files (x86) Mattel Interactive realMYST Interactive 3D Edition realMYST.exe' I click the 'Yes' button and then the screen goes black as if it's going to start the game but it just goes back to my desktop after a few seconds. Answer to Question 2: Yes, I have used the 'Troubleshoot program' tool as shown in the video.
And Yes, I have tried running the program in every compatibility mode listed in the Compatibility tab but nothing has worked. In general, -- a. Install realMyst to your C: drive. If you have a very small C: that's reserved for system files only, install realMyst to D. Do NOT install the game to an external drive, either USB or E-SATA. Start realMyst from a fresh boot. Reboot, log into Windows with full Administrator privileges, and close all open applications.
Disable all anti-virus/spyware/adware/pop-up programs running in the background. If you have only a software firewall (ZoneAlarm, for example), do NOT disable it! Do NOT run any other programs before starting realMyst.
Do NOT boot up with a CD or DVD in any drive. If the realMyst disc autostarts when you insert it into the drive, cancel back to the Desktop. Start the game using the realMyst icon on the Desktop, NOT the menu item on the realMyst disc. Initial suggestions: 1. Always do the above 'in general' items b through e when starting realMyst.
Re-install realMyst from a clean boot. Reboot, log into Windows with full Administrator privileges, and close all open programs. Do step 1 in. Install realMyst. Do step 7 in. Reboot, log into Windows with full Administrator privileges, close all open programs, etc., then start realMyst.
The realMyst version 1.11 patch for Windows is available from Ubisoft. If you have the original Mattel Interactive release of realMyst (large box), you should apply the patch. If you have the Cyan release (plastic jewel case, Cyan logo on back cover and on CD), you DO NOT need the patch.
Attempting to apply the patch to the Cyan release will give you the 'Old File not found. However, a file of the same name.' Run realMYSTSetup.exe (in C: Program Files Mattel Interactive realMYST Interactive 3D Edition). You only need to do this once. Under 3D Hardware, click on the Direct3D radio button to activate it, and select YourPrimaryVideoChipset [Direct3D T&L HAL]. Under Screen Resolution, select 640 x 480 16 bit.
Set the Texture Quality slider to the 'Low' position (fully to the left). Click on OK to save and exit. Each time before starting realMyst: --a. Change your screen resolution to 640 x 480 (or the minimum allowable), and set Desktop color depth to Medium (16 bit). Right-click on a blank area of the Desktop >Properties >Settings.
Make the appropriate changes. Click on Apply >OK. Change your User Account Control setting to Never notify. Open User Account Control Settings by clicking on the Start button >Control Panel.
Type uac in the search box >Enter. Click on Change User Account Control settings. Make and apply the setting change, then exit to the Desktop. Then start realMyst. (After done playing realMyst, change your UAC setting, screen resolution, and Desktop color depth back to what you started with. But do NOT re-run realMYSTSetup.exe!) 6. If the above don't help, try running realMyst in manual Compatibility Mode as follows: -- a.
Open Compatibility Mode. Right-click on the realMyst start icon or on RealMYST.exe (C: Program Files Mattel Interactive realMYST Interactive 3D Edition). Click on Properties in the resulting drop-down menu >Compatibility tab. Check the Run this program in compatibility mode for: box and select Windows 95 as the Operating System. Under Settings, click on each box to put a check in it. Under Privilege Level, click on the 'Run this program as an administrator' box to put a check in it. With the above boxes checked, click on Change settings for all users >Apply >Winamp 5.7 Download. OK.
Start realMyst. If that doesn't help, go back and select another OS, leaving the Settings boxes all checked and the Privilege Level set to 'Run this program as an administrator'. Free Download Software Hacker Facebook Terbaru 2016. Select in the following order, and stop if you find an OS setting that works. -- Windows 98 / Windows Me -- Windows 2000 -- Windows XP (Service Pack 2) -- Windows XP (Service Pack 2) -- Windows Vista -- Windows Vista (Service Pack 1) -- Windows Vista (Service Pack 2) Heimdall Semper ubi sub ubi. Dear Heimdall: After many years of not playing the 'Myst' series games, I feel the need to restart doing so for the pleasure they give.
I have the same problem that Maleko333 is having with realMyst (XP to W7 Home Premium). I followed your suggestions, but came up with the same problems as before. I was able to start playing End of Ages with your valuable help though. I still have Riven, Exile, and Revelation to go. I have two questions: 1. If I upgrade to W7 Premium do I have to go through all this patching since it claims to be able to run in XP mode?
Are there any new games since EoA? Sorry to be so outdated. I appreciate your help in getting me started with these incredible, creative games. If I upgrade to W7 Professional do I have to go through all this patching since it claims to be able to run in XP mode? Maybe, and if necessary, it won't hurt anything to try.
Each Windows installation is a bit different, and what works on one system may not work on another. If you have Win 7 Professional (or Ultimate, or Enterprise) you can indeed run in Windows XP Mode. However, be aware that Windows XP Mode isn't without its own complexities. For details, start with: -- -- Q.
Are there any new games since EoA? Myst V: End of Ages is just that -- the finale of the Ages of Myst saga. Uru: Ages Beyond Myst is an offshoot of (i.e., not directly a part of) the Myst series.
There are two Expansion Packs for Uru: Ages Beyond Myst. -- Expansion Pack 1 is To D'ni. -- Expansion Pack 2 is Myst Uru: The Path of the Shell. Myst Uru: The Path of the Shell Expansion Pack *also contains* To D'ni. You can get the To D'ni Expansion Pack by itself, but you must download it.
Download (for free) from: -- ( Urutodni.exe) -- ( Urutodni.zip) These downloads are each about 173 MB. (Anything that's underlined is a link to a web page. Double-click on the link to go to that page.) You can buy: -- a.. Both Expansion Packs on one CD. Two CD's -- Uru: Ages Beyond Myst on one CD, and Myst Uru: The Path of the Shell on the other CD.
For completeness, the following Myst-series games have been released for Windows. -- Myst -- Riven: The Sequel to Myst -- Myst III: Exile -- Myst IV: Revelation -- Myst V: End of Ages And -- Uru: Ages Beyond Myst, plus Expansion Packs For these games in various editions and versions, see.
Well, I knew this was not going to be easy and I haven't been disappointed. I followed the instructions shown on the Win7 and Games thread and actually got RealMyst to install.
The game introduction starts fine but the trouble starts when I click on the book. The book never really loads (it just looks like the pages are flipping and flipping eternally). I get a little blank box in the book (which I know from playing before that I'm supposed to click on); sometimes I get to the game, sometimes I don't. BUT, once I get into the game, the game crashes afer a while, and not in the same spot each time. I've got an nVidia GeForce GTS 240 video card and have the 'anti-aliasing' box checked. Outside of saving my game every 5 minutes, what else, if anything, can I try?
I don't know if this will help, I read this elsewhere as a possible way of it working with 64 bit systems: RealMyst Good Old Games - this is the best edition to go for This edition of the game is now the patched version which presented problems for people who ran the original version. Two problems surface on initial attempt to start the game: either the book has no movie in it whatsoever (a bad start) or the movie is there and the game starts, but the framerate is so slow and poor that the game is unplayable. BOTH these issues I solved by changing compatibility settings. Both the new realMyst launcher (yellow icon) and the game executable need to be changed.
The compatibility settings that work for this version seem to be different to the original realMyst and are as follows: * run as Windows XP Service Pack 2 * run as Administrator I also recommend NOT ticking the DirectSound tick-box in realMyst's options. With this ticked, I experienced a never-ending series of crashes to desktop when in the Selenitic Age. Once I'd unticked this box, the game ran flawlessly. #688624 - 01/10/11 08:37 PM Re: Problems with Real Myst (from GOG) and Win 7 64-bit  GB Reviewer Glitches Moderator Sonic Boomer Registered: 10/24/00 Posts: 38546 Loc: southeast USA. For some crazy reason, GOG's remedy for running RealMyst (partitioning the XP SP3) will fix almost ALL the problems with the game.IF you are using the Big Fish version!
Big Fish takes FOREVER to find a fix (actually both do) but GOG gave me this fix for their version (which I had gotten frustrated with and uninstalled. I do not know how well it works for their version) but got the Big Fish version for free hoping it was better. They still haven't helped, but I used GOG's remedy when it came, and so far I have had only 1 freeze up, no crashing and have progressed well into the game. The library part is still slow, but it plays. Excitement, yayyyy. #696297 - 02/06/11 09:07 AM Re: Problems with Real Myst (from GOG) and Win 7 64-bit  Settled Boomer Registered: 07/23/05 Posts: 975 Loc: Sunny Devon, United Kingdom.
I have tried the Big Fish version and find that it downloads and installs okay-plays the opening cyan music and icon, then I get the book and the whole thing freezes. I have tried all the suggestions and get a message: win_init.dat is missing install again. Have installed three times and get the same result. I have Win 7 32bit.
Any ideas folks? #696324 - 02/06/11 10:56 AM Re: Problems with Real Myst (from GOG) and Win 7 64-bit  GB Reviewer Glitches Moderator Sonic Boomer Registered: 10/24/00 Posts: 38546 Loc: southeast USA. I have tried all the suggestions and get a message: win_init.dat is missing I think the game's win_init.dat is supposed to be generated during the install. Something about your configuration seems to be blocking it. If you haven't tried installing RealMyst in a folder other than C: Program Files try doing that.
You can adjust where Big Fish installs games using the game manager. Open the Big Fish Game Manager Click 'Options' at the bottom of the Game Manager Where it says 'Game Directory Location' type the new install location in the box.
For Windows 7, the location of the Documents folder is C: Users Documents Temporarily disabling UAC while installing the game might also help. Instructions for doing that are.