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For those running into problems using the re-installer...

Make sure you run the installer in compatibility mode: Windows XP (Service Pack 3).

The gods will have blessed thee with no crashes ever again.
Bought the D&D bundle, and its still a problem in 2016.. 3years, and no fix..

Edit: It needed 3 files downloaded, in the correct order.. I got it worked out, but it was confusing to say the least..
Post edited July 28, 2016 by Rizilliant
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Rizilliant: 3years, and no fix..
Fixed 3 years ago.
I have downloaded part 1 and part 2, now what to do?
Please help...
Post edited October 21, 2017 by mg7215
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TheWiz1974: Doesn't work for me. Neither with the gog download or without it.
the official campaign is great also Age of Mortals servervault 72.47.152.129:8121

Age of Mortals server vault is pretty good too
I can get it to run either. It crashes my Windows 10 system. Pisses me off.
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MontangeVert: I can get it to run either. It crashes my Windows 10 system. Pisses me off.
Weirdly enough, the GOG version didn't work for me on Windows 10 to begin with, I had to install the critical rebuild patch for it to work without crashing, so that's worth a try. All works fine after that.
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MontangeVert: I can get it to run either. It crashes my Windows 10 system. Pisses me off.
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jimbobslimbob: Weirdly enough, the GOG version didn't work for me on Windows 10 to begin with, I had to install the critical rebuild patch for it to work without crashing, so that's worth a try. All works fine after that.
Then you must have screwed something up.

Because the critical rebuild patch doesn't do anything to a fresh install of the English GoG NWN Diamond.

People repeat what essentially amount to old wives tales with no actual basis in fact, as "fixes" for NWN.
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jimbobslimbob: Weirdly enough, the GOG version didn't work for me on Windows 10 to begin with, I had to install the critical rebuild patch for it to work without crashing, so that's worth a try. All works fine after that.
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PeterScott: Then you must have screwed something up.

Because the critical rebuild patch doesn't do anything to a fresh install of the English GoG NWN Diamond.

People repeat what essentially amount to old wives tales with no actual basis in fact, as "fixes" for NWN.
No need to be so hostile. It worked for me, so it may work for others. It certainly cannot hurt to try. I didn't "screw anything up", it just didn't work from a fresh install.
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PeterScott: Then you must have screwed something up.

Because the critical rebuild patch doesn't do anything to a fresh install of the English GoG NWN Diamond.

People repeat what essentially amount to old wives tales with no actual basis in fact, as "fixes" for NWN.
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jimbobslimbob: No need to be so hostile. It worked for me, so it may work for others. It certainly cannot hurt to try. I didn't "screw anything up", it just didn't work from a fresh install.
A fresh GoG install is bit for bit identical, to the 1.69 patch.

The patch does nothing to a fresh English language install.

I actually verfied this because I was tired of people giving this useless advice.

I did a fresh install, made a backup copy of it, applied the patch and ran a file comparison.

It changed no files.

It does nothing to a fresh install.

This is right up there with changing your CPU affinity...
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jimbobslimbob: No need to be so hostile. It worked for me, so it may work for others. It certainly cannot hurt to try. I didn't "screw anything up", it just didn't work from a fresh install.
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PeterScott: A fresh GoG install is bit for bit identical, to the 1.69 patch.

The patch does nothing to a fresh English language install.

I actually verfied this because I was tired of people giving this useless advice.

I did a fresh install, made a backup copy of it, applied the patch and ran a file comparison.

It changed no files.

It does nothing to a fresh install.

This is right up there with changing your CPU affinity...
Whatever. I cannot be bothered with an argument for something so silly as this - it made a difference to me in that the game actually ran instead of crashing, end of story. As such, it may also help others.

Perhaps the installation files have changed since I downloaded them about a year ago or perhaps other factors are in play here that you are not aware of. Who knows. All I know is it made the game work for me.
Post edited November 15, 2017 by jimbobslimbob