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Re: not able to install a game
What operating system? XP or Vista? if its Vista, the chance of playing the game is small. If Vista, make sure all drivers for video card / vista are updated.
How much free space does your hard drive have?
How much RAM?
let me know.
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I'm having this same problem- but mine started doing this AFTER I played it for 4 years!! I closed my laptop lid for a week, and I "Continued With System Resume" and now it wont work! I've tried all the **** people have told me to do- so I just deleted a;ll my mods that I put into the game...and now I'm re-install the game..again.
If that gives you any ideas- I hope it helps... sorry.
windows 7 may do that for compatibility issues. also have seen some third party software blocking games and programs from being installed as well. and "Steam" gaming software is the biggest blocker of them all! you buy the game once at a store then try to install it and "Steam" software blocks it from being installed because they want you to buy the game again from them as a game download and costing you more of your hard earned money!! refer to local service tech or games web site for more tech support and install work around.
if the game is brand new its not the game. the most likely reason this happens is because your computers graphics card is not sufficient, what is your graphics cards memory? the brand? model? if you do not know this, how old is your computer? when did you get it and when was the last time you updated your computer with new hardware?