I have just bought 7 sins on CD from my local computer shop, but it doesnt work. I have installed it, but when trying to start a new game it just closes down with the usual microsoft error message. It seems to be a common problem for people who have downloaded the game on the internet, but I bought this on CD and it still does not work.
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The probable cause of the corrupted files is your computer is having a difficult time reading your disc. This might be because of too many scratches on the installation CD. You can try to clean your CD-ROM or try to clean the CD itself. Try to follow the steps provided by this website http://www.howtocleanstuff.net/how-to-fix-a-scratched-cd-or-dvd/on how to fix scratches on your CD. Be careful on fixing CD scratches it might further damage you CD. There is a second option that you can do and that would be to download the game using EA DOWNLOAD MANAGER. If you are able to register your game online you can download EA DOWNLOAD MANAGER. You have to sign in using the email and password you used when registering your game and when signed in you can find the game you have registered and download it. I hope this solved your problem. Have a nice day!
Looks like the video card is almost in its last leg. 1. When your computer is on. Examine the fan in the video card if it's working. If not, then you will need to replace it. 2. Check the temperature inside your CPU. Excessive heat can trigger the system to reboot itself. Check if any of the blower fan is not working. You may need to replace it. 3. Prior to playing the game..did you see horizontal or vertical lines in the display of your monitor before crashing took place. If you see one, then it only means that you will need to replace your video card.
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If you can find a copy of 7 Sins for the PS2, then yes. However, if you mean the disk you use with your pc, no it will not. PS2 uses a different OS than Windows to execute games- which means you cannot natively play a ps2 game in Windows, conversely you cannot play a windows game on the PS2
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