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 Game Info
|Installer||Works, no known problems|
|Game||Does not work. Dies with gathering exception data|
|Patch||Dies when updating game|
|Download patch||Halo: Combat Evolved Patch (3D Gamers)|
|Demo works||Yes! (not perfectly though - see below)|
|Download demo||Playable demo (1 SP mission, 1 MP map) (3D Gamers)|
|Requires no-cd patch||No|
|Works with Cedega version(s)||-|
|Tested with Cedega version(s)||4.3.2, 4.2.1, 4.2, 4.1.1, 4.1, 4.0.1, 3.3.2|
|Supported by TransGaming||No|
Game no longer dies without an error mesage in cedega 4.2.1. When you install Halo on a Windows machine, apply the latest patch and copy it over to a Linux box, the game will spin up the CD-Rom drive put up the splash then it will go on as if loading but an error window comes up stating: "Cannont allocate required memory. Some other application has loaded where Halo needs to be."
I dont know of any fix for this yet, but I also have not looked into it deeply.
- Only 1 of 2 Microsoft games where the installer actually works. Game does not work, dies after a few seconds like all Microsoft games do with no error messages.
- Installer will complain about missing system files, but will continue and install the game with no problems.
 Demo Notes (it works!)
- As of Cedega 5.2 (and possibly earlier), the demo version of Halo is working. The install process is not smooth, and generates a lot of errors, but it DOES successfully install the demo. The demo itself runs well for the most part, but there are a number of 'overbright' objects - including the glare of the sun which makes the screen almost completely washed-out-white when looking at it.