No Limits demo problem


After I downloaded and installed the demo, it said: “ A required . DLL file, MSVCP60.DLL, was not found”.

Can someone help me?

 

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Can anyone help me???

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If god was a coaster I would be a rabbi

Your probably missing the required DirectX program.  Try 8.0.  Go to www.danimation.com , their forums, and go to coaster continuum, you might find some answers there.

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DawgByte II's avatar
No Limits isn't a "Direct X" based program. It is an Open GL program, and Ole Lang made that clear when he created the program. It doesn't use Direct X because of the complex models, textures, and engine. Direct X can't handle that as good...

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not sure, but Scream Machines needs DirectX 8.0a
Try e-mailing Ole Lang himself. He would know best, he programmed the thing.
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Jeff's avatar
There are two primary ways a program can talk to your 3D hardware: Direct3D and OpenGL. Both are application programming interfaces (API's) that act as the link between the hardware and the program. OpenGL is generally more accepted because it can be used on more than one platform, whereas DirectX is a Windows deal.

NoLimits uses OpenGL. Some video card drivers have good OpenGL support, some don't have any at all. If you're in the latter group, you can't run it.

That said, if you have a TNT or GeForce-based card, go to www.nvidia.com and download the latest Detonator drivers. The same package works on all of the cards.

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Jeff's right - update your video card drivers (even if it's not an Nvidea card).
Same problem I had. Thanks guys.
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 How do I find out my graphics card? The thing I can find is...

STB Velocity 128 - I have no clue about anything else. Thanks for the info. once again.:)

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Anybody?
I dl'd that NVidia thing, didn't work for me.
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*** This post was edited by B&M-TYCOON on 10/8/2001. ***

The Demo Requires OpenGL!!!
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Jeff's avatar
If you don't have an Nvidia-based video card, don't install Nvidia's drivers (duh). If you have an STB Velocity, forget it, there won't be any new drivers and you're out of luck.

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