Reply 120 of 127, by ZellSF
SpinalBlood wrote on 2020-06-18, 02:15:ZellSF wrote on 2020-06-16, 13:49:
Did you read the later post I made? There's a winmm patcher that might be easier: https://w.atwiki.jp/nectaris/pages/22.html Ass […]SpinalBlood wrote on 2020-06-08, 02:29:
I would like to write more about this since I had this problem for years in the past, until I followed the instructions in 2014 and they worked for me;
Did you read the later post I made? There's a winmm patcher that might be easier:
Assuming it forwards all other winmm events correctly (cdda music and gamepad support are often controlled by winmm) which I haven't had time to test.wrote:
For Windows 7 64bit I manually did the modify in mciseq.dll in the Syswow64 folder
Overwriting the system file might not be necessary, it wasn't for Nectaris, I could just place a modified mciseq.dll in the game's directory.
Micro Machines V3 is another game that has the same problem.
Sorry I missed the post. Since my last OS reinstall I didn't tweak with the mciseq file yet, so I tried to put mciseq.dll in the screensavers (with midi included) folder and... it worked, I didn't think about this clever solution (it's true that often games can start with some dll in its folder rather than in windows system itself...) Thank you
About the winmm patcher I don't quite get how it works; I must patch that dll with the exe then put it in the app of choice folder?
You patch the game exe with winm_patcher (drag and drop the game's exe over the patcher) and then place winm_.dll in the game directory.