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Guest s999cop

I need help on running Zdoom, please!

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Guest s999cop

help help! im having trouble of running zdoom, csdoom and any other doom programs since i saved quake3 on my computer, all the doom files dont work, they keep crashing: illegal operation. does it mean i have to delete the quake3 folder cuz the graphics are too heavy or i have to erase everthing and restore doom2 back on my comp to get back to normal function ?

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Another victim of the annoying 'illegal operation' alerts. Don't you just HATE those?
Anyway, I really don't know what's going on. I don't have Quake 3, but I guess someone else out there knows.

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hey thanks man, see two hours after it works again, at least the aol program, probably the computer is screwed by some program....sigh, illegal operation problem is the gayyest

o, umm, the detail that illegal operation given is caused by a file called winmm.dll where it locates in windows folder, by the way , does anyone know under what conditions would zdoom crash?

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You could try to open up zdoom.ini and find the sound output line and change that to the value "dsound" ...

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cant even find it arioch, not even my icq, doom program are working, and aol just barely working sometimes, guess this is a big emergency

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why dont u simply uninstall Q3:A first, then reinstall that? i have a feeling that Q3:A is the root of your problem and stuff...
just a suggestion...

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s999cop said:

cant even find it arioch, not even my icq, doom program are working, and aol just barely working sometimes, guess this is a big emergency

Check you are not overheating, sounds like you are to me, check fan is working or not clogged with shite

UPDATE:The Winmm.dll file is a 32-bit library that supports multimedia services; it is used to initialize .wave, .midi, and .aux files. Note that .wave and .midi devices are mapped to the Wdmaud.drv file in the Drivers32 registry key, but AUX is not, causing Winmm.dll not to succeed when it tries to load the AUX library.

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