May 20 2009, 10:56 AM
Hi everyone! I've got this problem under Windows 7 Release Candidate rev7100: I've installed Rpg Maker XP, it gave me the Ntitles error. I've read what could be done, tried all 3 steps, but none of them did actually work. Did a little thinking by myself and imported my regkeys from my other system, running WinXp. Still no success, "failed to obtain trial key from NTitles server". Can anyone give any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
May 21 2009, 04:13 AM
Hey, I'm running RPGMXP in the Windows 7 RC.
I got the same error as you to begin with - here's how you get it to run normally:
* Right click on the shortcut for RPGMXP and go to properties
* Select the compatibility tab
* Click the check box "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and select "Windows XP (Service Pack 3)"
May 22 2009, 08:22 PM
Make sure to run as administrator too!
Jul 24 2009, 09:48 AM
Okay, so let's clarify what I tried:
- Set compatibility mode (XpSP2/SP3/VistaSP1/Win98), no success.
- Ran it as Admin, still no prevail.
- Messed with PsiKey.dll permissions, nothing new
- Reinstalled it, didn't help.
- "Troubleshoot compatibility", no success.
So what else am I supposed to do?
Jul 24 2009, 09:52 AM
One question here... You have already bought it, right?
Jul 24 2009, 09:59 AM
Jul 24 2009, 10:25 AM
Haha I've been having problems with that exact one, can't unzip it for some reason. Sorry, can't help ya. Try downloading it from somewhere else other than download. Might work.
I'm assuming you are connected to the Internet. Did you try temporarily disabling Windows UAC (User Account Control) and then running it? The UAC is pretty terrible, for both Vista and Windows 7, and disabling it temporarily sometimes fixes numerous headaches
(Start -> Control Panel -> User Accounts -> Turn User Account Control On or Off)
Another thing you can try is adding RPGXP.exe to your Anti-viruses Allow List, as some anti-virus software may block RMXP weather you run it in Admin mode or not.
Jul 25 2009, 12:53 AM
I have tried turning off the antivirus, and I've disaled UAC right off the bat (it annoyed me to no end), and it still didn't help
Jul 25 2009, 02:34 AM
Try opening it offline?
Jul 25 2009, 06:18 AM
Tried offline, still no success. Might try in safe mode, though as far as I know, I cannot run appiclations that way.
Jul 25 2009, 07:18 AM
Have you contacted Enterbrain? I know it sounds odd but with W7 being new they may be working on a solution or not be aware of it.
Jul 25 2009, 10:12 AM
Solved the problem. Don't ask how, it's not allowed to talk about yarhar on these forums.
Jan 24 2010, 10:21 AM
QUOTE (The Making @ May 22 2009, 09:22 PM)
Make sure to run as administrator too!
i never had to run a admin...?
Jan 26 2010, 10:14 AM
god i remember this headache.. lucky for me i bought XP long ago and searched thru my email abyss to find the key so i avoided this ^.~
Mar 21 2010, 07:11 PM
Okay, so what exactly do I need to do in order to fix this issue?
I just bought a new comp that came standard with Windows 7. At first I couldn't even run RMXP, but after some tweaking it finally works... kind of.
I can run the program itself (RMXP) just fine, but it doesn't allow me to save any changes made to my project. I cannot even testplay the game to test any changes. I click the green 'play' button and it brings up the 'do you wish to save' window. If something has been changed and I click 'yes' it closes the window, but doesn't run the game. If I click 'no' it closes the window and runs the game without the changes I am trying to make. I attempted to scribble a short script edit then save and close, but when I reopened the program the edit had not been saved.
Of course, I cannot continue my project until I am able to save changes made to it, using this new computer.
May I have to downgrade its' OS back to Windows XP? (Service Pack 2) Which is what my old computer has and runs RMXP just fine.
There must be a way to make WIndows 7 run RMXP without any issues.
If anyone knows of a fix for this problem then I would be extremely grateful!
Mar 21 2010, 10:50 PM
this is actually an easy fix that dose not require setting their admin privileges or adjusting program compatibility. all you have to do is make sure that you are installing the program WHILE your internet browser is open(that means it can be minimized) but it Must have a LIVE connection to the internet. that’s all folks.
I also believe it has been posted in this forum before so pleas use the search bar next time.
Mar 22 2010, 01:23 AM
Here is another link to a good topic about errors in rmxp.
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