SplitSecond.exe – Entry Point Not Found

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My splitsecond.exe application wouldn’t start and I get this error. Same thing when I try to start the game.

What is causing the issue to appear?

How do I fix this then?

SplitSecond.exe – Entry Point Not Found

 

SplitSecond.exe – Entry Point Not Found

The procedure entry point BinkshouldSkip @ 4 could not be located in the dynamic link library binkw32.dll

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Answered By 0 points N/A #190375

SplitSecond.exe – Entry Point Not Found

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Hello,

By installing the updated patch the trouble can be resolved.

The patch will be offered here:

There is a possibility of blank .ini files in your system. If you cannot find it then use the code:

‘LoggingEnabled =1’

Visit the page, there you may get some help related to this issue.

http://www.2kgames.com/civ4/support_logging.htm

Answered By 0 points N/A #190376

SplitSecond.exe – Entry Point Not Found

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Hi Joseph,

This problem happened on your ATI card probably due to some default settings which made the game crash and startup. This has nothing to do with Nvidia cards. You can do a small configuration to fix this. You need to download the attached file on this link: http://www.erodov.com/forums/split-second-fix/34072.html and paste it in c:usersuser nameMy documentsDisney Interactive Studiossplitseconds then overwrite.

Hope this helps

Answered By 566835 points N/A #190377

SplitSecond.exe – Entry Point Not Found

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The “binkw32.dll” file is basically a movie player for in-game movies. Sometimes when you play a game, it shows you a short video of a scene and this is where the “binkw32.dll” file comes in to work. This error was thrown because you are using a 64-bit Microsoft Windows and the game forgot to copy the correct 32-bit DLL file.

This usually happens when you install a 32-bit video game on a 64-bit operating system. The fix is simple. You just need to copy the DLL file to the system folder of Microsoft Windows. To do this, start Windows Explorer and navigate to the installation folder of your game, “Split/Second”. Once in there, look for the “binkw32.dll” file and copy it to “C:WINDOWSsystem”.

After this, try running the game again and see if it works. The “Split/Second” video game is an arcade racing video game developed by Black Rock Studio, published by Disney Interactive, and released in May 18, 2010. It supports Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista Service Pack 2, and Windows 7.

It requires at least Intel Pentium D 2.6 GHz or faster processor, 2.5 GB RAM, Microsoft DirectX 9.0c-compatible video card with 256 MB video RAM with Shaders 3.0 support, 6 GB plus free hard drive space, and 16-bit Microsoft DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card.

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