First post, by tomexplodes
I installed the game. I did all the Glidos recommended stuff and put both it and Redguard in C:\Program Files\ etc, which is where I ran into my first problem, the MS DOS prompt yelling at me about too many parameters. So I changed the Glidos.bat file to point to C:\Progra~1\ etc., and it gets a little further, but if I run in D3D (psVoodoo) mode, it just crashes back to desktop. If I run in OpenGL mode, the game "loads", which is to say I can hear everything but there's no picture.
Using a Geforce 4 MX 440, so I imagine that could be my problem, but if I'm just messing up the setup somewhere, I'd love to know if it can be fixed. Sure, I could run Redguard in software mode, but it doesn't run that great. Alternatively, I could shell out whatever silly prices people want for a nice Voodoo card (which I would absolutely LOVE to do), but as I'm not made of money, that's not currently an option either. I've had good luck with Glidos and Tomb Raider in the past, I was hoping it could get Redguard going on my 98 PC. If that's not doable, it's not doable, but you know how it goes.
Thank you in advance!
EDIT: If I try something it suggested, which is putting psVoodoo's glide2x.dll file in the Redguard folder and just running rgfx.exe, it gives me "Fatal Error: Unable to load DLL"
1.) Windows 98SE with Unofficial SP3, AMD Athlon 1.3ghz, 768mb RAM, Geforce 4 MX 440 64mb AGP, Sound Blaster Live! Value
2.) MS-DOS 6.22, Pentium 90mhz, 16mb RAM, S3 Trio64, Sound Blaster Pro 2.0