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AlienLoRd: Hello Everyone,

I recently joined GOG and I just bought Carma2 on sale.
I am facing the same issue

I am running WIN8.1 64B, with I7 & GTX 980

I have tried compatability options, direct x and glide... running as admin. and I can't get past this error.

So how do yo request a refund?

Cheers.
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HenitoKisou: Just delete or move to other place wsock32.dll in the game folder. This fixed for me occasional crashes, executable not responding.
tried it, still same error
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HenitoKisou: Just delete or move to other place wsock32.dll in the game folder. This fixed for me occasional crashes, executable not responding.
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AlienLoRd: tried it, still same error
Try removing wsock32.dll and/or winmm.dll..?
Hm this isn't the first time winmm.dll was the cause of the problem on win xp, but this is usually for ingame music supposed to played on the cd from the HDD.
I had the same problem with it in cultures 1 couldn't run the game until removing winmm.dll
The game works now but is without music, couldn't even make the music run when i played the cd version or i didn't have the cd inside?
Had no problems with it on cultures 1 when i used windows 10,but i could play the game on xp with a special winmm.dll but it didn't play any other songs than the one you choosed until finished.

Edit: using that winmm.dll from tie vs x-wing forum for windows 10 seems to make the music work but if it works correctly i am not sure.
Post edited June 18, 2018 by Fonzer
Put CD in first CD/DVD drive. Virtual drives count! (You can change drive letters).
Post edited June 15, 2018 by QTZ