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- click start - click run, in the run type in regedit you will see a registry editor window in the registry editor window
- click the + sign at the hkey_local_machine - click the + sign of system - click the + sign of currentcontrolset - click the + sign of control - click the + sign of class
there will be bunch of random letters and number under that control
try to find this one:
if you click this check if you will be able to see DVD rom at the right side of the registry editor window you must delete the upper and lower filters after that restart the computer and try to put in dvds
for vista or win7
- click start and type in the start search regedit after this just do the same thing with the win xp instructions
try also to update the DVD codec. you can also try to download the most updated windows media player, power DVD or any software/program that have dvd codecs or that acts like a player for DVD
i hope this works. Pls rate my resolution thanks!!
It more than likely won't due to it being an OS. It's usually down to copy protection.
Best thing to do is reset the PC and go into your BIOS settings, then change the boot priorities so it boots from your DVD drive, when you save these settings restart the PC. This will make the PC read from the DVD first instead of the Hard drive for the OS, should bring up a message saying "press any key to boot from disc", then when you do press something it should start up the disc and you can reformat from there.
These are the first few steps you should take. First, go to the HP website and make sure you have the latest Vista compatible drivers for the device. Update the drivers and see how you go. Failing that uninstall the device from the device manager and get rid of the drivers while you are at it. Disconnect the device then reboot the computer. Shut the computer down again, re-connect the device and reboot. Allow Windows to detect the device and, if asked, give it the new drivers or if there was no update then let it install the original drivers.
you need windows professional or vista the reason the game runs slow is you need at least 1 gig of ram as the operating system takes 256mb to run this is why the game recomends 2.0 ghz cpu or higher 1gig of ram or higher the graphic card recomended NVidia Geforce 512mb xfx series with pixal shading and dx 9c compatable.
clean the dvd lens with a dvd lens cleaner.
the motherboard maybe the cause to the iso-13346 specification as the game is designed on intel and amd processors.
hope this will give you help