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Vista won't run it

I have Vista on my comp and this game won't work with it.

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Go to the start menu, and find the games executable icon. Right click on it and select properties. Then click the tab that says compatibility, select run this program in compatibility mode, and choose windows xp service pack 2. That should get you up and running once you click ok, then start your game.

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