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Old 2004-01-21, 20:47
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Is there a fix for the broken music bug under winxp? Have been dual booting win98 to get around it.
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Old 2004-01-22, 00:03
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well i run Win2k and i had a problem with the sound at first too. basically you have to run from CD a couple of times and i even re-installed it. after about 3 re-installs and running from the CD it finally worked ^^. so basiaclly lots of pattience and trial and error are needed for the NT based OS's.
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Old 2004-01-22, 02:58
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Is there a fix for the broken music bug under winxp? Have been dual booting win98 to get around it.
yes there is. its in the kanon cd, there is a file name setfade.exe
run that and click on the second radiobutton ( 使用しない )
then click the first pushbutton ( 決定 ) and it should work for winxp.
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Old 2004-01-22, 12:17
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well i guess you can do that too...
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Old 2004-01-22, 14:41
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It does take away the trial-and-error element, which can't be a bad thing.

Of course, real men fix this problem by manually setting the value CDDAVolFade to "1" in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\KEY\KANON. :p
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Old 2004-01-23, 20:52
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well eXCUSE ME for not being a programmer hehe
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Old 2004-01-23, 22:21
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You don't have to be a programmer to learn to use the registry, you just need to think logically. I myself am on my way to becoming a real man. I just need to learn C and C++.

Besides that; if you learn to use the registry, you can remove all those stupid annoying "Windows XP Hotfix (See Q???????)" crap from your Add/Remove programs menu.
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Old 2004-01-25, 22:14
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OMG REALLY? DUDE I WANT TO LEARN REGISTRY!!!!!!!

Teach me Master *bows*
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Old 2004-01-26, 02:18
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Try new Registry today, in just five simple steps! It's fun... and healthy, too!

Step 1: click "Start".
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Old 2004-01-26, 09:43
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Thanks, that worked. The music seems to just cut off instead of fading out, but it is better than none at all.

Oh and check out http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/source/regmon.shtml for a useful registry util.
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Old 2004-01-26, 14:11
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Thanks, that worked. The music seems to just cut off instead of fading out, but it is better than none at all.
Yep, I'm afraid I haven't found a way to make it fade properly yet.

It might be possible - for example, ripping the music to wav files and changing the game to use those instead of CD tracks might do the trick. I think I'll have a go at that, actually... watch this space!
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lol, i acctually know someone who deleted their explorer.exe file from their computer. lol that is completely stupid.
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Old 2004-01-27, 03:25
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Regarding the possibility of fixing the fade problems in Win2k/XP: unfortunately the AVG32 versions (16M, 17M) used in Kanon don't support WAV music. It's easy enough to get a copy of the 17D interpreter which does, which means it's possible to use the WAV rip workaround with the all-age version, but I can't find a copy of the 16D interpreter anywhere, which means that the only way to patch the adult version would be to literally recompile it to version 17. Possible, but it would be more work than I'm willing to commit to right now.

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i acctually know someone who deleted their explorer.exe file from their computer.
I hope it wasn't you who told them it was a virus...
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naw, a friend told him that he should stop some processes in the task manager to help save memory but he deleted them instead of just stopping them from running. lol
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Old 2004-01-28, 15:57
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he should of just bought more ram instead like me.
i now have 512 ram in two slots and 2 more free slots for more ram.
i dont mess with the task manger. last time i mess with it.
it gave me like 30 sec. to save all unsaved stuff before it auto restart.
i think it was ones of those svchost.exe.
there were like four of them and i press end process on one of them that was using the most memory.
but now i have went out of the dark and gain some light on computer
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