SWORD1: Crashes on Windows x64 (works in 32bit)
|Reported by:||SF/bugshideout||Owned by:||athrxx|
|Cc:||Game:||Broken Sword 1|
Trying to play the 2 CD english version of Broken Sword 1 on a 64 Bits Windows seven laptop, I realized the game crashes as soon as I open the game. I am using ScummVM 1.2.0 64 bits downloaded from your website. With exactelly this version it was possible to me to finish Indiana Jones - Atlantis. By downloading the x86 version of ScummVM from your website, the game plays perfectly.
here is the log:
C:\temp\ScummVm>scummvm -d 99 sword1 Debuglevel (from command line): 99 Output sample rate: 22050 Hz Opening hashed: translations.dat Opening hashed: THEMERC Opening hashed: THEMERC Opening hashed: THEMERC File::open: opening 'logo.bmp' failed File::open: opening 'cursor.bmp' failed File::open: opening 'cursor_small.bmp' failed File::open: opening 'checkbox.bmp' failed File::open: opening 'checkbox_empty.bmp' failed File::open: opening 'radiobutton.bmp' failed File::open: opening 'radiobutton_empty.bmp' failed File::open: opening 'logo_small.bmp' failed File::open: opening 'search.bmp' failed User picked target 'sword1' (gameid 'sword1')... Looking for a plugin supporting this gameid... Broken Sword Starting 'Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars' Starting resource manager Opening hashed: swordres.rif Starting object manager Opening hashed: general.CLU Opening hashed: compacts.CLU Opening hashed: intro.txt Opening hashed: intro.smk
The game launches, but crashes in the first second. Whenever one open's the game, it should say "Paris in the fall" but it actually only say Paris.
And of course it grants me a pretty error message: C++ Runtime library Assertion Failed
file: ..\..\graphics\video\smk_decoder.cpp line 15 Expression: _buf < _end
(i am using the standard SMK files from the original CD)
Ticket imported from: #3132779. Ticket imported from: bugs/5546.
Change History (9)
comment:5 by , 10 years ago
|Summary:||sword1 crashes on ScummVm 64bits ( but works on ScummVm x86) → SWORD1: Crashes on Windows x64 (works in 32bit)|