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MountainMan: Would you mind elaborating?
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LBartley: Initially I added the -nocpu flag to the gog shortcut, which isn't actually the Prism3D executable, but a wrapper for it.
Updating the shortcut to point directly to the Prism3D.exe, and adding the -nocpu flag has me up and running as I should be.

Didn't work for me. =(
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LBartley: Initially I added the -nocpu flag to the gog shortcut, which isn't actually the Prism3D executable, but a wrapper for it.
Updating the shortcut to point directly to the Prism3D.exe, and adding the -nocpu flag has me up and running as I should be.
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ElPixelIlustre: Didn't work for me. =(

Well, hopefully the GOG guys come up with something.
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Resil: Hello. We are aware of this issue – and we are currently working on fixing it.
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deoren: Any luck?

Apparently not
Post edited July 18, 2009 by frankd3
I'd like to point everybody having issues with Prism3d.exe error, that we fixed that problem.
Resil explained this here ->
Duke Nukem Manhattan Project FIX
Have fun
Grah
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Grah: I'd like to point everybody having issues with Prism3d.exe error, that we fixed that problem.

Thanks very much guys ♥
Just wondering if this file will be part of the installer now...?
Post edited August 01, 2009 by tetchey
Yes - the old installer was replace with new one :)
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Resil: Yes - the old installer was replace with new one :)

Great! Thank you. I had the same question.
Just curious though, why don't you simply put a note on the support page for a game when you add a new installer?
Just say "Installer Updated [date]"
Post edited August 03, 2009 by frankd3
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Grah: I'd like to point everybody having issues with Prism3d.exe error, that we fixed that problem.

Yeaaahh!
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Resil: Yes - the old installer was replace with new one :)
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frankd3: Great! Thank you. I had the same question.
Just curious though, why don't you simply put a note on the support page for a game when you add a new installer?
Just say "Installer Updated [date]"

I haven't bought this yet, so it could have been implemented, but that would be very useful for all of the games here.
Oh, sweet, thanks for the fix, guys!