Originally posted by larsonja:
Same problem here only on Windows ME. I have updated the Rage Pro drivers to the latest "uncertified" version with OpenGL support, updated QuickTime (which as you noted is where the error is being generated), and updated to DirectX 8. Support has been useless since all they could offer was to defrag the drive and re-install. Haven't heard back since I told them that wouldn't solve anything. The only thing I can say is that there is hope. It runs on my laptop which is running Windows 98 using a Rage Pro LT (same as Rage Pro but for laptops), and DirectX 7. Other than the DirectX version, I haven't had time to find any other differences. I will let you know if I find something.