Please do. It was excruciating not being able to see all the damage I had done during my first evil playthrough.
Yeah it's pretty frustrating, hopefully this might help you out
. In beforehand I'd like to say that I don't know why
this method works. It was just that the glitch seemed awfully alike another glitch, which instead affected the ending slides of the older Fallout
games. The solution for this (and for Arcanum in my case) was the following;
- Open the DirectX Diagnostic Tool by pressing Start > Run and typing dxdiag
- Click the Display tab and turn off "DirectDraw" (doing this will also disable Direct3D acceleration)
- Now select the Sound tab and set the Sound Acceleration slider to none
This was done on Windows XP. Since the two of you are using newer OS:s, it gets more problematic. Apparently the DirectX Diagnostic Tool can't be opened in Windows 7. Your only option is to start up a Virtual Machine which uses an older OS.
On Windows 8 however, the instructions given on this site
might achieve the above though.