I have tried many times to remove Gothic from my computer, both with and without the program disk in the machine. The uninstall wizard starts, and immediately I hear a snip of Gothic music, and the process finishes. My Computer shows there is still a 16 MB file on my drive. Deleting it from the directory tree doesn't work either.
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Try uninstalling it using program like CCleaner or Revo Uninstaller. It should do the trick. I also recommend using Eraser to clean the mess in your registry left by programs that are no longer installed.
It sounds like your copy may be having issues connecting
to the authentication server. Try temporarily disabling your antivirus
and firewall, and adding the .exe for the game to the allowed programs.
This is what you do:
1: Right click my computer, properties.
2: [Click] on advanced system settings
3: Go to Advanced, Performance click on [settings]
4:Click on [Data Execution Prevention]
5: Add your application and apply.
Try the following steps to uninstall that game to your computer :
1. Go to START
2. Click on Control panel
3. Select Add/Remove program
4. Wait for it to load all the programs/application installed on your computer
5. When it is done, find Tonka search and rescue 2 and click remove
6. A window will prompt you if you are sure about uninstalling the program click "yes"
7. A window will then appear again confirming the removal of that game
Hope this helps.
yes their is a way but without the original disk you may not have any luck.
but their are things called cd emulators. If basicaly tricks your computer into thinking you have a cd/dvd drive on your comptuer you really don't.
you then can find or make .images or .roms of your cd using programs like nero burning rom. you can load and save the disk on your computer that way. Then you use one of your cd-emulators and load that rom into it. Doing that your comptuer things your disk that you have bought is in your computer. But thier is no legal way to trick your computer into thinking you have a disk for something aleady installed on your computer.
first i will do a right click on the SH2 icon go down to properties., click on compatibility tab. put a check mark at run this program.............
select xp comp.
and check mark at PRIVILEGE LEVEL
Run the program as administrator.
If you still have problems with it you can go here http://gamecopyworld.com/ look for the game and download the patch so it won't required a cd in order to play it.
1. Download Microsoft Install Cleanup Utility (Search Google).
2. Run It As Administrator To Install.
3. Run It From Start > Programs
4. Find "Microsoft Flight Simulator" & Remove It. Exit The Utility.
5. Remove The Installed Folder Of The Game In Program Files Completely.
6. Restart Computer.
7. Install Game Once Again.
Two causes for this error meassge either you are not running the latest version of World of Warcraft, or your game files have been modified.
It is possible that you have a virus or program which is modifying files on your computer. Scan your computer with an updated anti virus program to make sure that your machine is clean. Then make sure you are launching the game using Launcher.exe If none of the above helps they are a few repairing tools that might fix your game, you might want to check "Fix Wareout".