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Can't install Microids Nostradamus after downloading

When I click on setup.exe it tells me to insert the disk or browse to folder where files are located. I nav to the folder but it says, "can't find 'setup-1.bin". But I can see there are 3 .bin files in the folder. When they were downloaded they were named "Nostradamu-setup1.bin", etc. So I renamed them to simply "setup-1.bin", 2, etc. but it still didn't work. I've tried repeatedly to get help from Microids - it's been nearly 3 weeks and they DO NOT respond. Very frustrating. I won't ever buy another game from them. Thanks for your help!

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