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   I'm stuck at one point in Star Trek: The Next Generation - A Final Unity.   I'm in some sort of chamber where you use music players to make tiles pop up in different patterns.   There's a door on the other side of the chamber that I can't get open, and I've run out of music players.   What gives?
      Your help would be appreciated.


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I remember having that same exact problem.
Ok. When you reach the plates you should have the following orchestrions:
Futility of Wisdom,
Watch your step,
Travelling Music,
and the 4 other orchestrions that you get by moving the plates around.
Travelling music is not used except to leave, neither is Futility of Wisdom.
Watch your step is the first one to play.
Then move someone from the party around on the tiles to get each of the 4 orchestrions. You will notice that tiles overlap as you change their patterns... i.e. there are some common tiles that you have to remember and stand on when you change patterns.
Now the problem I remember was right at the end, when I got all four orchestrions, and could not put the blue oval shaped thing into the niche. The key at this point is to know that you can only place the blue thing in the niche when you are standing as close as you possibly can to the niche. So when you get all the orchestrions, work out in which order you have to play them so that you end up standing right next to the niche. Unfortunately I have forgotten the order, but as with many things in this game its just a tedious process of combinations.


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I appreciate idek1's answer, so now I know that I have to use them in a certain combination.   I'm not saying that his response is bad, it is good, but I would like to know what combination you use to get to the door.   (Sorry I'm so fussy, it's early in the morning and I'm still tired.)  Thanks again, idek1.
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Perhaps if you send me your save game file... i no longer have the right save file for that part of the game. I will then work out the order and tell you, otherwise i would have to start the whole game from the beginning....

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Thank you idek1, for your ofer of finding out the combination.   But fortuanetly, I have figured out the combination myself and have gotten onto a further part of the game thanks to your help.   I greatly appreciate your response and offer.                                                     computermaniac
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