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Re: unable to install wrath of lich king
They had the same issue when BC came out. Turns out it was a grease mark on the disks. It sounds stupid but that was the problem. They had a bunch that got that on them. Try cleaning or borrowing someone elses disks to install. The disks don't matter only the cd keys are different. Another way around is to right click the cd drive and explore. Find install.exe and click on it. Your install should start then.
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Did the game come with more than once disc? You may have tried inserting the wrong disc. If that isn't the case, you may need to download a crack for the game. Go to this link:http://m0004.gamecopyworld.com/games/pc_sw_empire_at_war.shtml And download the file that says "Empire at War: Forces of Corruption [MULTI] No-CD/Fixed Image" Replace the .exe file in your game directory (normally C://Program Files/"game") with the one that the crack included. Hopefully your game will run now!
this is the definition: The component qualifier not present. This error occurs when a file compressed inside Setup.exe cannot be extracted. Verify that there is sufficient disk space available in the Temp folder (or, if not, in the Windows or WinNT folder), and that Setup can write to those folders.
Download deamon tools lite. http://www.daemon-tools.cc/ENG/downloads That will allow you to make virtual drives. Put the files you downloaded into that drive. The game will see it as a disk in a cd drive and your should be able to install as normal.
Try looking for an executable file on the CD itself. To do this click on my computer - Than right click on the disk drive the game is inserted into. Scroll down to explore on the right click menu, Once this screen is opened look for something that might say setup.exe or have a picture of the wow logo with an exe. attached on the end. After double clicking on that you should be good to go.
Run the Setup.exe file in compatability mode (right-click the setup.exe icon and select properties, then select compatability and choose a 32 bit version of XP). The game was not tested on 64-bit Vista and isn't likely to work outside of 32 bit compatability mode.