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Are you running Windows Vista or 7? It says that it is designed for Windows 2000/XP. I would go into Control Panel: Add/remove programs. Uninstall the game.
Then find the executable file to install the game (assuming you downloaded it). Right click the file and select properties. Then find the tab called Compatibility and select the check box for "run this program in compatibility mode for:" then select Windows XP (SP2). then open and install the game.
After the game is installed, reboot. Once you reboot find the launcher file to start the game, again right click and do properties, make sure its set on compatibility mode for XP. that should solve it.

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Hi alizae68,

It sounds like your Windows files are corrupt. My suggestion is to use your recovery disk if you have one, if not use your OS disk and repair windows. They way you repair is to put the disk into the CDROM, and when the computer asks if you want to boot to the CD press any key, Press a Key! Then Window will load certain files, and do it's thing. Go past the request for acceptance using the F8 function key, and then it will look to see if you have an existing Windows program, at that point you can choose to repair the existing windows, Don;t install new or it will create a new location to install to. It won't erase your files. From XP SP2 on windows always creates a backup folder of the old or original OS and stores it for you to access.

After it repairs your system, it will reboot and you should be fine.

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Download a program called dban. http://www.dban.org/download and mount it on a disc with another computer. Place the disk in your computer and reboot. While loading look for the boot menu option and push the button. If you missed it reboot again. When the boot menu comes up select cd-rom drive or dvd-rom drive. The program should start up. Follow the directions on the screen by typing in autonuke. The program might run for a long time(probably overnight). After it is complete. Reboot you computer, take out the disc and reboot with your original XP Pro disc. Hope this helps.

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i suggest to re-install your operating system..insert a bootable installer into your cdrom do not install or fresh install mode you just have to repair install your O.S to get to its normal or deleted files in your system. your windows has been curropted you can try also the restore point.

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Do you see any text at all when booting up? If so, try pressing F8 on reboot to get to the Windows Boot menu. It's not real apparent when you are supposed to do this, so once the system gets past the initial Power on Self Test, start tapping it. Select Safe Mode and see if your display loads. Set your video settings to something safe and simple like 1024 x 768. Reboot to normal Windows and begin bumping your video settings up from there until you get them where you want them.

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Starting from the start plug in the device and XP will detect and look for new drivers a search for drivers is usually done in the inf directory under windows or winnt directory If a driver is not found the computer pops up a question did a Cd or software come with this device if you install the software the a reboot is usally needed if you do not do a reboot you can try once the drivers have been installed unplug the device and plug it back in again the computer will search for the new drivers that are installed and should set up the device to work If it does not work you will need to get driver for the device that will work with XP I have a scanner than need XP drivers but will work on one of the older computers but not XP

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I am guessing from your description that you are stuck in a reboot loop where no matter what option you choose the computer automatically reboots before you get into windows. If you have not tried other options then I would start with last known good configuration and if that does not work then try safe mode. The problem is most likely a driver causing problems on startup.

If safe mode works then you will need to find the driver or other software causing problems (likely the last software that was installed) and uninstall it then reboot to see if that works.

If last known good configuration works then you should not need to do anything else.

If none of it works then you will need to reinstall windows. If you have a regular windows disk (I am guessing you are running XP) and not a manufacturer restore disk then you can boot off the disk. The first screen will ask if you want to run the recovery console. just hit enter to go past that. The next screen should say that it found a previous windows install and ask if you want to repair it. Hit R for repair when you see that screen and you should not loose any data or have to reinstall any software. That might not fix the problem though which would mean that you need to do a fresh install instead of repairing the current install and you would then need to reinstall all of your software. You might also want to find out about getting any data off the drive that you do not want to loose before you do a fresh install.

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Go to Windows Explorer Right click C:\ go to properties / Tools / click Error check new box pops up tick small box to fix errors and reboot. On reboot windows will scan disk and fix any errors in system files then restart.
If windows restarts OK problem solved If not
Boot from windows CD and after all drivers loaded windows will ask what you want t do 0Install Repair etc" press the R key for repair and follow instructions from there
Warning until window finishes installing do NOT press any keys when it reboots

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check ur BIOS setting.. set the default BIOS setting n try installing with another windows CD.. I hope if ur HD is gud thn It'll work.. BEST of LUCK!

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Windows keeps a record of the serial and/or model number of your motherboard when Windows is installed. If windows tries to start and senses that the number(s) of the motherboard are different, Windows refuses to start. You have to use your Windows installation disk and run the Windows Setup. If you have WinXP or Win2K you might be able to just run the "Repair" function, so try that first. If that does not work, run the complete Windows Installation. So long as you do NOT allow Windows setup to partition your Hard Drive, and you do NOT install Windows to a new directory (folder)... then Windows -should- retain all of your programs, personal settings, desktop picture, etc.

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