Download Flatout 2 Game Setup File BEST
The biggest selling point of FlatOut2 is its destruction derby attitude. You can get by with a simple racing tactic, but it is far more fun to smash your way to victory by taking out your rival drivers. There are no in-game purchases, and even though the graphics are over a decade old, the game still looks visually satisfying. If you can download the game at a good price, then it will give you a few fun hours of racing pleasure.
Download Flatout 2 Game Setup File
To resolve this issue, copy the D3dx9_25.dll file or the D3dx9_27.dll file from the disc 1 CD/DVD of the game CD/DVD pack to the corresponding game folder. To do this, follow the appropriate steps for your version of Windows:
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The FOJ Community mod for Flatout2(patched to 1.2)is now uploaded & ready for download, it contains 3 parts that make up the full mod.New routes using same tracks,30 reversed tracks, carpack 1 which contains cars to fill up spots 46-90,new loading screens,new scripting to add more features , more online tournament presets and of course new game modes added in. This is an excellent addition to the stock game that you must try out.
Carpack2 part 4 of 4 has no installer, you must extract the carpack2 and updates .bfs file to your flatout 2 game directory along with the "patch" file. You must have the first 3 parts of mod installed first.
In the vast majority of cases, the solution is to properly reinstall d3dx9_30.dll on your PC, to the Windows system folder. Alternatively, some programs, notably PC games, require that the DLL file is placed in the game/application installation folder.
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ).push();ENBSeries graphic modifications and patches are different.Patch is fixing specific bugs in the game it was developed for, but some of my patches work with other games, because frequently game developers do the same mistakes. For example, patches for Silent Hill Homecoming, Deus Ex Human Revolution and TES Skyrim may help to reduce lags, stuttering, crashes, bsods, increase performance, fix strange bugs on single core cpu systems.Graphic modifications do not have patch code in most cases, unless specified in documentation, they are changing graphic effects of the games and adding new effects, so they are decrease frame rate.Convertor is special library which translate old graphic technologies to newest supported by ENBSeries, convertor standalone do not add any graphic effect. Some versions of convertor included in graphic mods, check them also if target game won't work properly with convertor you are using. At this moment only direct3d8 to direct3d9 (dx8 to dx9) convertor is done, but i'm still planning to create versions for dx5,6,7 and opengl. Convertors to dx10 or d11 are useless, because graphic modifications not existing for them.Old versions of ENBSeries may work with many games which are using direct3d8 or direct3d9 (dx8, dx9), newest versions in most cases will not work for other games, as they are hardcoded to be compatible with one game only or games which use same game engine without much changes. Versions for TES Skyrim, GTA 4, Deus Ex Human Revolution are not working as generic for different games.If you wish to modify some game, download several versions of ENBSeries and try them all, which will look better, without graphic artifacts and with as much effects as possible. Of course manual tweaking of configuration file must be done, it's up to you.Not all versions of ENBSeries are listed here, some were developed exclusively and not available to public or were not named. In most cases they are for indie games and engines like FPS shooter.Check also customized versions of the mod with presets made by users. My presets are not configured for fast performance or quality, because everyone have own taste and to spend time for tweaking is not interesting me.Also some versions available on the forum.
Do not put d3d8.dll or d3d9.dll from ENBSeries to system folder of Windows!!!Open game folder. You can manually locate it in browser or to open in properties of desktop link to the game.For injector based versions of ENBSeries, you should setup proper name of game executable in configuration file of ENBSeries, this required to inject in to game process. In most cases, non modified games for which mod is developed, working properly without editing.Injector version can be installed to any folder, but for better compability recommended to extract to game folder (some files may not work).For d3d9.dll based versions of ENBSeries, check if game executable (file with .exe extention) is in same folder, some games have binary executable files in custom folders like bin, bin32, system and in main folder only launchers or .bat files. ENBSeries files must to be extracted and placed where game .exe file is or where game .dll libraries, otherwise it will not work. If you can't find .exe file, perhaps extentions are hidden by properties in OS, just ignore this and put files in game folder for experiment.d3dx9_26.dll, d3dx9_40.dll, d3dx9_43.dll - required to run ENBSeries, if game won't start with modification and display error message, download DirectX Runtime from microsoft.com web site, they are not exist in system only for those users, who did not update DirectX several years or did clear installation of OS recently. If you need them, unpack to same folder, where ENBSeries is. Also you can put these files in to system folder of your windows installation.
Do not remove d3d8.dll or d3d9.dll from system folder of Windows!!!Remove all ENBSeries files. If you don't remember their names, just remove d3d9.dll file from game folder. If the game use DirectX8 for rendering, then delete d3d8.dll.
Widescreen SolutionStep 1: Download ThirteenAG's widescreen hack at _fixes_pack#flatout2.Step 2: Extract the .ZIP file's contents to the base installation directory of the game.Step 3: Create a shortcut to the game, then edit the properties of the shortcut. Under "Target", add a space at the end, then type: -setupStep 4: Use this shortcut to enter the display options menu.Step 5: Select the appropriate resolution and aspect ratio under "Display Mode" in the window that appears.Step 6: Once you have everything the way you want it, click OK to close the menu.Step 7: Start the game normally. The fix will be applied while the game is running.NOTE: You will only need to do this method once. The fix will be applied every time you start the game after you complete these steps.
Except that doesn't really work well for real applications. Static linking GTK means that your application doesn't use the same theme as the rest of the desktop that's running a newer GTK. Static linking sound libraries means that codec plugins don't work, and you need to statically link those too, which can be a legal nightmare. And static linking libc is a horrifically bad idea.Linux compatibility at the ABI level is an absolute joke. Source compatibility can even be an issue now and then, because so many projects just change the damn API with every release, and distributions generally only ship the latest version of most projects (few distributions ship every 2.x release of Python for example, even though each release has a minor API and ABI breakages).That's all fairly irrelevant though, since Linux distributions go out of their way to impose entirely artificial barriers to compatibility. Even if you make a solid portable Linux binary, there's no way to make that binary installable in a cross-platform way that doesn't rely on the user opening a shell and having wasted weeks/months/years of their life learning how to use a shell instead of spending their time doing something more important (like spending time with real people, instead of enslaving themselves to babysitting and hand-holding their "time saving" computational apparatus).Until Linux distributions either agree on a common package manager (and standardize package names, virtual provides, etc.) or agree on shipping a second cross-platform installation tool (there are a ton of these, some of which I believe can even integrate with RPM/DPKG, but if these tools are not installed on the system then installing packages still requires shell magic to install the damn installation tool).The various framework developers don't put a lot of effort into testing binary compatibility I believe, and that's largely because few people ask for binary compatibility, because binary compatibility is useless on an OS where getting the binaries installed is a nightmare. In turn, companies don't bother trying to make universal binaries because they know it's entirely pointless, and companies that flat out _can't_ release source just don't bother with Linux... which is why a great deal of us still have Windows installations around. The only thing stopping a great deal of those applications being ported to Linux is the fact that they'd be absolutely impossible to install on Linux.Take a modern game for example. Even assuming the game source was released, you can't package those things in an RPM. They come on DVDs packed to the brim with textures, sounds, musics, meshes, maps, scripts, videos, and so on. Are we supposed to install a single 4.4GB RPM? And then every time there's a minor update to a few models, we're supposed to download a new 4.4GB RPM because there's no standard delta-RPM mechanism shared by all the RPM distros? That doesn't even include Debian/Ubuntu of course.There needs to be a cross-platform way of installing software -- and I don't even care if it's a graphical frontend to a compilation script to make the GPL fans happy, so long as it can figure out how to install dependencies on its own -- including a way of updating that software in a realistic fashion given all of today's applications' needs, binary compatibility isn't worth testing and developing for on Linux. It's there mostly to make a nice bullet point for a few enterprise distros that don't really need it, and that's it.In turn, Linux is still just an "appliance" OS and anybody who needs to do more than run a web browser and email client and word processor (which is a far, far greater percentage of users than the Linux desktop advocates continually claim -- I can't name a single person, even my 80+ year old grandparents, who limit themselves to just those three things) simply can't use Linux because the repositories don't include the software they want (be it Bejeweled 2 or their local geneaology club's favorite software package) and there's no possible way they could ever figure out how to install that software even if there was a Linux version.Linux's future in the mass consumer market, assuming these things don't change (and I'm 100% convinced that they never will), is going to be handhelds and other appliance-like devices... assuming Linux developers can ever manage to beat the popularity of Apple's competing devices, anyway. Which, as of yet and for the forseeable future, they can't. Android and Pre have nothing on the iPhone's sales. And if you care about Linux from an Open Source/Free Software perspective, those Linux devices don't even matter to you because they rely on proprietary software to get full functionality!I can't stress it enough though. Software installation is Linux's Achilles Heel. Until that's fixed, Linux is a just niche nerd OS in the desktop space. (Log in to post comments) Small problem for Linux ? Sure. Big problem for Linux user? Of course. Posted Jul 9, 2009 15:48 UTC (Thu) by marcH (subscriber, #57642) [Link] 350c69d7ab