Really Big Sky
Can\'t open the game
Hello, i am having a problem with Really Big Sky. You see, whenever it ry to open the game, i keep getting an error message that says: "Cannot loda XBOXGamepad.mfx. This object might need an external program or livrary not yet installed.".
If anyone could tell me how to fix this problem, i would be very grateful.
If you have Xbox controller's drivers installed on your computer, remove them then launch the game il should solve this problem
Are u playing with a gamepad?
If is, you need to upgrade your gamepad drivers, and after that, activate it on the game.
If you are not playing with the gamepad, click on keyboard,mouse to control on game.
hope you have fun playing
Well, what do i do when i do not even have the Xbox drivers installed on my computer, yet it still gives me this error? And I'm not using any form of gamepad, only my keyboard and mouse.
Very weird... So you were never able to launch the game even one time because of this error message ?
Ok, so I've now installed directx, and I managed to open the game. While the game does run, I do experience a great deal of lag, even though my computer specs should be high enough to handle this game. That aside, the onæly other problem would be the title screen being enlarged while flickering left and right, to the point where one can't accurately press something, without accidentally pressing another button.
What is your complete computer specs ?
For the title have you adjusted your screen resolution in the option of the game ?
Processor: Intel(R) Celerin(R) CPU 550 @ 2.00GHz
Memory (RAM): 3.00 GB
Graphics: Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset Family (Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.1)
Gaming graphics: 358 MB Total available graphics memory
And no, i have not adjusted the screen resolution, since the menu was messing up to the point where i had difficulty figuring out which button did what.
You have a single core CPU and the game needs at least a dual core. On the other hand that's an indie game and some of them simply can't run with a chipset... Sorry :(
I see. Darn it, i have always thought that my processor was a dual core one. Guess that's my own fault. But thanks for the help anyways.
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