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Mega Man Legends Installation on Windows 10

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No problem, it only got so convoluted because I was trying to fix things with everything installed, I figured it would be easier to start over lol. Sorry, sometimes I get really complicated when simple is better! ūüôā

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@cloudhaacker

Okay, so a combination of things just happened.  One, I copied the files from the disc directly into a folder of their own, ran the game, and guess what?  Without even needing to modify anything, the lighting seemed to work correctly and there was no aliasing.  (Laughter of an insane man ensues).  That's the good news, the "bad" news, if there is any at this point, is that pressing F7 still tries to window and crashes the game.  So, at the risk of doing messing this up, I am going to backup this directory just in case.  I'm not sure if copying the additional files from the disc solved the issue or what, but it sure seems to have.  Now all that's left is to fix the resolution, which I'm going to hold off on until I get a response to this, again, don't want to mess anything up prematurely.

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lol that's great! I'd say if you've got the right lighting, go for the resolution fix! Backing up the folder isn't a bad idea, I'd just zip the whole thing to be sure. I'm kind of wondering if one of the things in the Megaman.cfg is the render switch. I've been using the one from the Unfinished Business mod it seems to be working okay now. Let me know how things go - you maniac! lol insane man laughter - cracked me up!

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Alright, so I've applied everything, and it's all good so far, I'm just having a slight problem with getting the game to go into full screen, which it was doing by default with the original configuration file.  I guess my game really just doesn't like the function keys too much because F8 also crashes the game when trying to full screen the application, other than that, everything should be okay, I just want to know if you've encountered this issue.

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I've had that happen a few times - I think there's a few things you could try. First try to push the F8 key while the Capcom logo is playing, see if that fixes it. If not, you can try to make sure your dgVoodoo config has the Application Controlled Fullscreen/Windowed thing check marked on the DirectX tab. Then try the F8 thing. If that doesn't work, you might try deleting the dgVoodoo files, trying the F8 and then reapplying the dgVoodoo files. Hopefully one of these works!

 

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I forgot to mention - running this way so far the only "issue" I have is the Capcom logo plays in a small window in the top right corner, but the game goes fullscreen after that.

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@cloudhaacker

After doing some more testing, I've pretty much decided that just running it in full screen with the original config file is sufficient enough, as I'm still able to tab out and record via OBS by going back in, so that's that for me.

In any case, I appreciate everyone who has contributed to this thread.  I might make an update to the initial post later including the simplified explanation of this setup process, as it worked when simply installing the game and going through the process didn't, at least for me.  I may even have time to make my own video doing this setup myself, seeing as, thanks to you all, it all makes sense.

The "lighting issue" in question on the forum still is not fixed by this process, some shadows are still missing, though fog is reintroduced and some scenes appear to be lit differently.

The audio drifting during cutscenes also remains unresolved.

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@cloudhaacker @mrpenguinb

Alright, I've elected to attempt installation on my laptop PC since last time, and I'm having some problems unique to this setup.  First, while the game will copy or install, I start the game and the Capcom logo is missing the iv50 codec, so I installed and fixed that.  However, the main problem is, without any modifications, there are no graphics present at all when I start the game, there's sound, but nothing else.  A few seconds in, when the narrator gets to the quantum refractors line, the game skips to the Servbot walking sounds and then crashes.

I can't quite explain these incidents, as I've not encountered this specific set of problems on my desktop PC.  I'm sure that if I could get the graphics going, I'd be able to repeat the same process that got the game working on my desktop.  I actually attempted to go ahead and apply the fixes already, but they didn't work because of these issues.

I have noted that because my laptop actually does have two renderers, that using F7 does switch the DirectX handler without crashing the game, but does not fix the graphics not appearing.  I have attempted running the game in compatibility mode with several different options, but to no avail.

The reason I'm doing this is not only so I can take the game with me, but so I can figure out how to fix issues on many installations so I know what to do on a case by case basis.

Thanks guys.

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