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CooledComputer

Need help with two games

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Unreal Tournament 3 and Turning Point: Fall of Liberty

I know that XP and 2000 are basically the same, so would it be possible to run these games on Win2k

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Instead of making another topic about trying to get certain games working on Windows 2000 I'm just going to use this one for my question...

When trying to play Bionic Commando:Rearmed I'll get one of following errors:

The procedure entry point RtlActivateActivationContextUnsafeFast could not be located in the dynamic link library ntdll.dll.

or

The procedure entry point CsrGetProcessId could not be located in the dynamic link library ntdll.dll.

None of the "dll wrappers" seem to have anything to do with ntdll.dll and I haven't found any workaround yet... any ideas?

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Well i know of a crazy insane person that just took vista dll files that made his xp sp0 faster and used that and it worked, at least thats what his website said.

So with a good possiblity of leading to a bluescreenodaddy you might want to get hold of a ntdll.dll from a different servicepack/windows os version.

I'd try if i could to test in a VM first.

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