N/APosted on - 02/07/2012
I recently install the game Laxius Force III – The Last Stand.
When I launch the game, an error appears. I enclosed the screenshot of it below.
Error Message 1:
Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to the author."
I tried uninstalling the game to install and roll back to LF1 and the error below instantly showed up.
Error Message 2:
"Realtek Voice Manager
Realtek Voice Manager has encountered a problem and needs to close.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.
If you were in the middle of something, the information you were working on might be lost.
Please tell Microsoft about this problem
We have created an error report that you can send to us. We will treat this report as confidential and anonymous.
To see what data this report contains, click here."
What could be the problem behind it?
I hope someone can help me get through this issue.
Error in launching Laxius Force III
Laxius Force 3: The Last Stand system requirements:
Pentium 1GHz or faster processor
256 MB RAM or more
DirectX 8.1 or higher
I think you don’t have any compatibility problem as what I have found in some websites about Laxius Force 3: The Last Stand’s hardware requirements. It’s an indie rpg game that doesn’t require high hardware specifications. I think it will run smoothly on your computer considering that you are also using Windows XP. Since you already encountered that error when you open the game, try uninstalling then reinstalling the game.
You may also try checking your computer for any possible errors it might have. Use a disk utility application in checking your system. For a much thorough diagnostics on your computer, use disk utility applications like PC Tools Performance Toolkit, Norton Utilities, or Norton SystemWorks.
Regarding with the problem with your Realtek soundcard, just try restarting the computer. I think it’s only a minor glitch on the system when the error occurred when you launched Laxius Force 3. If restarting the computer did not do any good, try uninstalling then reinstalling the soundcard’s driver.