Dec 21 2004, 07:06 PM
I,m playing the female Jedi, I get to the part where you board the EBon Hack then kill all the Siths then the Game autosaves,right after that all I see is a black screen, I can still hear sounds, and still can fire weapons and pause the game but I cannot see anything else, I have tried, just about every tip, ini change, not to autosave, TSR Debug, FR/UF, reinstall so forth so on, I wonder if there a way to play the game past that point an import it to my console as a saved game, just to pass that point? Thanks any help would be appreciated in advanced.
Dec 21 2004, 07:33 PM
It's a known glitch using the hard drive to run the game from. I've heard where editing a ini file on the hard drive will fix it occassionally and clearing the cache in other instances....also if you watch a movie first from the main screen then load a game it's helped some, however, the way which seems to work by far the most frequent is to use an actual copy of the disc (burned or original), save your game right before it happens, load from the disc, play through that part using the disc, then save afterwards and go back to the hard drive. That worked for me, and everyone I know who's tried it. I've heard of this error while using an original disc, but I don't know of anyone it's happened to though. But, as far as I know, there is no hard drive patch yet, and as this is supposed to be the only problem with the game that's caused by the hard drive, the best thing to do is just use the disc, get by this part, then go back to the hard drive.
Hope this helps!!
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Dec 22 2004, 07:21 PM
I was getting this same problem, I was able to get around it by installing an evox trainer for the game. I just enabled one of the cheats in the trainer, and then started a new game and everything worked as it was supposed to.
I havne't experienced any other black screens or graphical anomalies.
Just so you know, if you use a hacked savegame and try it, you can get around having to use the droid at all (and thus avoiding the glitch), but it causes many many many problems later on, and I wouldn't reccomend going this route.
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