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I turned off compatibility mode, reduced colour, which brought back the cutscenes.
I got the game to run and the FMV are running in fullscreen, but when I try to play the game windowed, the cutscenes don't play. I can however hear them. Any fix for that?
The steps from Vordant worked for me, on one extra condition.
If you have a WideScreen monitor, do not select a native resolution. 16:9 does work.
Thanks for these fixes, I haven't played TR2 for ages and even GOG support said to me that TR2 has issues running on Windows 10. Maybe they should point people here.
Another thanks from me for the fixes.

EDIT: Realised I could do the button mapping from the controls game interface, so silly question :)

I have got TR2 to run now, not full screen yet but my main problem now is sorting out controller mapping for it. I did it for TR1 (from Steam) using the dos box mapping but can't get into it for TR2 or see dosbox referenced in the files. Please could someone confirm or not if TR2 from GOG uses dosbox?

Thanks.
Post edited September 25, 2017 by Valis9372
When i use the wraper the fps drop to 5 cant use the game

When i use the wraper i got low fps
Post edited November 29, 2017 by 25pinjo15
This doesn't do diddly for me. I followed the steps exactly, and no FMVs, I only get them when I put on Windows 98 compatibility, but then I can't get 1080p. It's frustrating because I've done this before, but I can't for the life of me replicate this again!

EDIT: Okay, so I saw someone mention downloading dgVoodoo and copying DDraw.dll and D2Dlmm.dll into the game's directory folder. I already had dgVoodoo from previous (but failed) attempts to get Tomb Raider I to work. So far, everything is working, both FMVs and 1080p. I still have the Multi-patch inserted, and I still have the Widescreen fix. Because of the dgVoodoo files, the graphic options have to come from dgVoodoo setup rather then GoG's. And no compatibility mode or reduced color necessary! So, it's not what I had been previously doing (I think a recent-ish Windows 10 update screwed things up), but at least it works.

I wonder if those files will help with Tomb Raider III? My original attempt was a mess. Either the FMVs wouldn't play or the in-game cutscenes wouldn't play, depending on compatibility modes. I would have to save at the appropriate time, exit, switch compatibility, and start again just to view them both. But I'm not willing to test this out right now. Today was a pain getting Tomb Raider to work properly.
Post edited February 18, 2018 by ectherapyfts