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  1. mutantbunny1120
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    Hi! I have the steam version, but there is no d3d9.dll file to replace in my Fallout 3 games folder.
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout 3
  2. PresidentJHEden
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    It worked perfectly! Thank you! Endorsed!
  3. Purr4me
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    In response to post #69138171.


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    At least that's what I assumed, because I made it work with the Steam version with no issues whatsoever. There's no other reason I can think of as to why the Steam version works but the GOG one doesn't.

    As for specs:
    Intel Celeron N3060 at 1.6GHz
    Intel HD Graphics 400
    4 gigs of RAM
    Windows 10 64 bit (LTSC edition)
     


    OK now we are getting somewhere, your missing Intel Bypass support files for the game not many know about due to the age and software currently in use. Download this (https://www.nexusmods.com/Core/Libs/Common/Widgets/ModChangeLogPopUp?mod_id=54991&game_id=130&version=0.14.10.8) install any where, you don't need to use it, what your after are IT's support files.

    1. xlive.dll
    2. xlive.exp
    3. xlive.lib

    Fomm had a data folder after it's installed, copy this 3 files to the games root folder where the engine sits and the game should now operate with out issues. ! other issue is the Intel graphics drivers are still loading, ccleaner has in it an override startup feature to allow you to turn it off on boot, this may be required or it may not but now you have the knowledge you need.
     
    Kitty Black
  4. Purr4me
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    Does not work at all for the GOTY (GOG) version. Are there any plans to resolve this?


    Tbh, the game version has nothing to do with the graphics cards ability to run DX code.
    Not to post a ton of diag stuff on the thread, but, a little text or a basic rendering of your PC's equipment helps me help you.
     
    I could write a book, there's not enough room here for that. here: (Intel Atom® x5-Z8300 Processor (2M Cache, up to 1.84 GHz) quick reference guide including specifications, features, pricing, compatibility, design documentation, ordering codes, spec codes and more.) So yeah, try that on for size. smooth as silk, I Know What I'm doing. And It's  a tablet too.
     
    This file is for the OS And hardware rendering, not the game.
    1. pantsu14
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      At least that's what I assumed, because I made it work with the Steam version with no issues whatsoever. There's no other reason I can think of as to why the Steam version works but the GOG one doesn't.

      As for specs:
      Intel Celeron N3060 at 1.6GHz
      Intel HD Graphics 400
      4 gigs of RAM
      Windows 10 64 bit (LTSC edition)
  5. pantsu14
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    Does not work at all for the GOTY (GOG) version. Are there any plans to resolve this?
  6. foundden
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    Thanks maine, it worked :-)
    intel hd 505
  7. Strawchopper
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    I have windows 10 on a brand new overpowered gaming laptop, I had been trying for 3 to 4 days to get the Steam version of Fallout 3 GOTY edition working on it. When I tried to run the game, it would bring up the launcher. Then when I clicked play, it would go to a black screen for a few seconds like it was going to work and then crash to desktop before ever making it to the actual in game menu. After trying almost everything else I could find over the last 3 to 4 days, I stumbled upon this and tried it. BEHOLD!!! This was the first and only thing that worked at all for me. After my game was finally able to load and be played, I tested it for a few hours and it worked great. No crashes and it ran smooth as can be. Thank you so very much for uploading this awesome fix Bren712. Without it, I feel I would still be fighting an endless uphill battle trying to get the game to work at all.
  8. Kaludram
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    It's a bust. Tried using this with a GOG download on a Windows 10 machine running a basic Core i3 processor--more for word processing and basic movie watching than gaming. Even did the "run as admin", compatibility Windows XP SP3, and Windowized display suggestions on the Bethesda troubleshooting forums. Seeking help on the Nexus Troubleshooting forums...
    1. vornex65
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      Filthy inquisitor, your blood soon will please Khorne
  9. Purr4me
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    im not using the intel graphics, ive installed a amd radeon rx550. in the mod notes the author says it is going to trick the game in to thinking im running an nvidia geforce 7900 or something. since im already not using intel integrated graphics will it even matter if i do this solution or is intel messing something up somewhere else down the line, like in the cpu, that is causing the crashes. also is this going to mess up my graphics card by allowing it to run faster than it really can because it thinks its a more powerful card??for information sake my set up is a hpe-350t 2.8ghz i7-860 amd rx550 8gb ram 550w PSU...i think thats everything

    If the machine contains Intel graphics hardware, then the hardware drivers will load on Windows 10 any build period.
    It will Not matter if you have an external card, the drivers are still loading.

    The conflict is those hardware drivers not just the hardware.
    To shut the drives off in windows 10, use CCleaner start-up feature to disable the Intel graphics drivers and reboot... CCleaner will now overide windows thus allowing the full to function without conflict.

    Kiity Black.
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    im not using the intel graphics, ive installed a amd radeon rx550. in the mod notes the author says it is going to trick the game in to thinking im running an nvidia geforce 7900 or something. since im already not using intel integrated graphics will it even matter if i do this solution or is intel messing something up somewhere else down the line, like in the cpu, that is causing the crashes. also is this going to mess up my graphics card by allowing it to run faster than it really can because it thinks its a more powerful card??

    for information sake my set up is a hpe-350t 2.8ghz i7-860 amd rx550 8gb ram 550w PSU...i think thats everything


     
    This file was developed on 2012 to overcome the problem of the intel integrated graphics chip not being able to process the game graphics correctly.  Any graphics card that is more powerful than a GeForce 7900 does not need this file.  I was able to run the game with a GeForce 9500, which is no heavyweight card.  You should not have a problem with the rx550 you are using.
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