My problem with this comment is the fact that the folder in which he is pointing out to me is NON-EXISTANT.
That's a registry key, not a folder.
His point was that if you're going to ask about getting a PC program to work, you should at least have researched what the answers you were given meant, rather than wasting further time. Especially since it's pretty basic stuff anyway.
If you'd have googled 'registry', you would have understood what you were supposed to look at to begin with.
I fixed the problem myself, it should have been left at that.
The whole point about a troubleshooting forum is so that future users who also have similar problems can refer to this rather than creating their own threads about it - it saves time and forum space.
To that end, 'Problem fixed' is not a good place to leave the thread, since you haven't specified how you solved the problem. We've already got a user asking you what you did to fix it.
How did you fix it Travis? I'm having the same issue. Open up regedit, go to this registry directory
and make sure you have a similar looking thing. If it doesn't say ff7_opengl.fgd, you'll have to reinstall Aali's driver.
If you have a 64-Bit computer, you need an old version of Aali's driver so that you can use the .reg file from it to automatically edit the registry for you. I don't think you need to with the latest version though.