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  1. copy your installed Ghost Recon Gold Edition from the old system to an external hard drive I assume you are using the modified cd file then it should boot from any system. Problems only seem to occur with the latest AMD drivers. If you have User Account Control enabled look in C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86) if there is a folder created by Red Storm Entertainment where Ghost Recon stores all settings and mods. I have my installation from 2004 and it runs everywhere.
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  2. I got GR working with DS and IT using the Steam version only after renaming dbghelp.dll to dbghelp-original.dll. I tried installing with the Gold Edition disc version but had no luck. I deleted dbghelp.dll and ran in compatibility mode but it would not even try to start and that was only GR. No DS or IT. Early development stage for Windows 11 but so far so good. Getting Windows 11 Dev version installed was a royal pain. The TPM(firmware version) and Secure Boot were in my BIOS. Not much to enabling in my case fTPM(AMD version) but I had a scare with the Secure Boot and enab
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  3. Check on a post I made: Install GR on Windows 10 with great graphics. Dgvoodoo should resolve your issues when running and AMD card with updated drivers. I run this setup on Windows 10.
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  4. WOW it's great to see that people are still playing my old GR:AW2 mods but unfortunately I no longer do any modding nor do I have any of my old mods or even have the game, I think it's safe to say that they are now out of warranty. Sorry I can't help you as I wouldn't know where to start with modding the game anymore, in fact I didn't know anyone was still playing it.
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  5. Maybe they will loosen the requirements before launch. 🤞 At the moment Intel 7th generation CPUs and before are not eligible and the same for AMD Ryzen 1000 series of CPUs and prior. Neither is that old.
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  6. yes, you can start it directly ,with graphics card you have to test
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  7. Hey everybody, I was looking at downloading Mike Schell's Skinner off of the downloads page, but the link goes to a site that no longer has the files available. Does anybody have or know a way of being able to get my hands on it? Thanks!
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  8. Got it working, thank you very much!
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  9. My mistake. skinner1_1 will not work without installing skinner first. Skinner only changes textures on character models but skinner1_1 will change textures on any model. So for orders sake: -UninstalI Gr Skinner v1.0 from Windows Settings/Apps -Then install skinner. Get it here and follow the readme instructions to install. -Then update with skinner1_1 by following instructions in the readme. Get skinner1_1 here Sorry for the mix up
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  10. At my Media Fire account. https://www.mediafire.com/file/8pvkgoleiqrksop/skinner1_1.zip/file
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  11. TLDR: For graphics: dgVoodoo 2.54 (http://dege.freeweb.hu/dgVoodoo2/dgVoodoo2/); put x86 version of D3D8.dll in the game folder. For audio: DSOAL latest (http://vaporeon.io/hosted/dsoal-builds/); put all 3 files in the game folder. Full story: So this is just something to answer myself, but also other players still trying to figure out how to get GR working on Windows 10 with great graphics and audio. 1. The original installation for GR has DRM included. You can go to GOG to grab a copy of DRM-free Ghost Recon. In you don't want to buy this one but have the orig
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  12. You can add a '<Rain>x</Rain>' tag in the mis.file in the '<engine>' part, where x=1 to 3. 1 is less rain then 3. This can also be done with Wind, and Weather (don't know what that does).
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