Ok, I have some other resolutions for you.
Maybe one of these will work.
Method1:Close and reopen the game program that generated the binkw32.dll error. Whatever game you’re playing may be having a temporary problem that a restart might fix.
Method2:Reinstall the game. Since the binkw32.dll error involves a video codec that should have been included inside your game installation, reinstalling the entire game is likely to resolve the problem.
Note:Even if you’re not asked to, be sure to restart your computer after the uninstall and before the reinstall. Restarting your computer at this point will ensure that any loaded files are cleared from memory and that the uninstallation is 100% complete.
Method3:Download the latest update to the game. Visit the game designer’s website and download the latest service pack, patch, or other update for your particular game. In many cases, even with some instances of the "procedure entry point _BlinkSetVolume@12" and related errors, the blinkw32.dll error may have been corrected in a game update.
Method5:Copy the binkw32.dll file from your game’s System directory, to your game’s root directory. In some games, the binkw32.dll file is placed in the wrong directory when the game is installed.
For example, if your game is installed in C:\Program Files\Game, copy the binkw32.dll file from C:\Program Files\Game\System folder to the game’s root folder at C:\Program Files\Game.
Method6:Copy the binkw32.dll file to your Windows System directory. Some people experiencing binkw32.dll errors have fixed this problem by copying the binkw32.dll file from its location in the game’s installation folder to the C:\Windows\System folder.
I hope this will work for you. The RAD Video Tools program doesn't work always.
ps. Where did you downloaded the game? It could maybe be corrupt, or some bugs in the crack