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Windows 7: No One Lives Forever 2

19 Feb 2011   #1
Darician

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 
No One Lives Forever 2

If anyone has this game, have they successfully gotten it to work in either Windows 7 32-bit or 64-bit? I saw the first game listed as compatible with 64-bit but I'm curious about the sequel. I've wanted to buy and play these two games for years but just kept putting off. So again, if anyone has the second game in the series or the Game of the Year edition of the first game, does it work in Windows 7?


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19 Feb 2011   #2
DiDaDo

Win7 x64
 
 

yes.. NOLF2 works with Win7(x64).

Use this handy guide.. (Applies for NOLF1 to)

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28 Feb 2011   #3
Darician

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Excellent. Thanks!
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01 Mar 2011   #4
DiDaDo

Win7 x64
 
 

No one lives forever Rated: 4 out of 5 under Windows 7 (x86_64)

This is to get NOLF1 working on Win7 64bit..

1. Copy the "Game" directory from your CD1 onto your hard drive. Rename it something life "NOLF" or whatever you want.
2. Copy NOLF.REZ from the "Data" directory into the same directory.
3. Insert CD2 and copy both .REZ files from the Data directory into that same directory.
4. Move or copy NOLF.EXE and Lithtech.exe from the "English" (or whatever language version you want)subdirectory into your game directory.
5. Insert CD1 and run NOLF.EXE to play.
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01 Feb 2012   #5
LordSlizzurp

Win 7 64 bit
 
 
Tips for NOLF 2 (and contract JACK) for Win 7 64 bit

Its really amazing how weird the fixes are for these older games. I had the following problems and used the same fix for NOLF 2 and contract JACK. At first just to be able to get the programs to run (either one) i had to run in win 98 compatability, as this was the only mode that would get it to run, however it wouldnt detect my video card and tried to run in software mode, causing the interfaceresmgr problem, so my ultimate workaround for this problem, and for making these games run on win 7 is as follows (sounds weird, but it works trust me)

1. Right click lithtech.exe, hit properties, then compatibility tab, select run in compatibility mode for win 2000 and then further down select "run as administrator"
Do the same for NOLF2.exe or contractjack.exe whichever you want to work

At this point you may think you have tried this before but just do the steps exactly and watch the results

2.Make sure you hit apply and then double click nolf2.exe or contractjack.exe. you should get the half loading cursor for a couple seconds and then nothing happens. But if you check your task manager under processes youll notice that the processes for the executables has started, either nolf2.exe*32 or contractjack.exe*32
(Right click any open space on your start bar and hit start task manager or use control+alt+delete, task manager will be the on the bottom of the list). Do NOT end the processes.

3. Reopen the properties for both lithtech.exe and NOLF2.exe/contractJACK.exe

4. Turn OFF "run as administrator" Leave compatibility for win 2000 ON. Hit apply and ok.

5. Double click nolf2 or contract jack and it should now run perfectly.

If you noticed the trick is to leave the originial failed exe process running, something about the old one still being there makes the second attempt work. Dont ask me why but this is absolutely the case, and ive seen it happen with at least 2 other games on my system, Far Cry 1, and Magicka, and can recall it happening with other games I cant remember, I just remember that while trying different things, I could get the games to work on the second try, but never on the first, after studying this effect I noticed it was because the first attempt started a process that remained there during the second attempt, somehow making it successful (shrug) totally crazy right. If you want after you get the game to run successfully you can control+alt+delete and end process the originial .exe, youll know its the original because it wont be using any cpu or memory. You can now end it safely and the game will keep running. Dont forget to end task it at some point or it will remain there until you restart or shutdown as quitting the game will only end the second instance of the exe.

I also know the fix for race driver grid if you get stuck on the loading please wait screen, its because you have 4 or 8 cores, the game only likes people who have 2 or less. email me for the fix lordslizzurp@gmail.com
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02 Feb 2012   #6
boogieboy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

BTW it was a great game...
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02 Feb 2012   #7
LordSlizzurp

Win 7 64 bit
 
 

Im playing nolf 1 rite now funny how it runs perfect on win 7 64

I may have had to double start it the first time but no compatibility issues
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