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Follow these steps hopefully it will help you 1:-Stop Unwanted startup programs: Start > Run > write msconfig > Click on StartUp tab Deselect the programs you want to stop Click Start - Run, type in %temp% and then click OK. Once that temp folder is open and you can view its contents, select and delete EVERYTHING that's inside it.
2:- Remove unused programs 3:-Install and run antispyware software 4:-Free up wasted space with Disk Cleanup tool 5:-Defragment your hard disk drive If this didn't help you then simply get the Intel software partner Reginout to optimize your system and internet Thanks
i can run 1944 atr fine now on windows 7 - it does just involve using Dosbox - which is an awesome program that can run most ms dos games and allows for alot of tweaking so the game runs perfectly. get dosbox, its free - and then read up on how use it you can then just mount the cd drive or cd image in dosbox and install the game from there. - you can then even just make a shortcut with added commands that will run the game by just clicking on the short cut make a conf file for the game - i found that switching cpu to normal and having cpu type as a 'pentium_slow' works well
Trying installing the game in compatibility mode by right clicking on the EXE file on the medium used to start the install for the game and click properties. A window should pop up with a tab called Compatibility. Under compatibility mode click the check box to "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" In the drop down menu click Windows 95. Then try to run the install again.
WinXP SP2:I've tried other systems too with no luck either. However, I've had this working (almost properly = every once in a big while it would hang and reboot was the only recourse) using an Intel D845GEBV2 motherboard with a 2.0GHz intel P4 w/ 1GB ram. I've found that the trick is the AGP card. The system stayed up long enough to play for hours. I had a Rosewill AGP Radeon ATI 9200SE video card. Apparently the 'rage' :) was AGP at the time this game hit the streets (1998) and this game is very AGP touchy.
I've also tried to run this on my P4 641 OC to 4.0GHz with 2GB ram with a Sapphire Radeon 9600 Atlantis AGP 8x video and ... no go. Similar issues with hand and config.
Right now I have it working on a just built Seattle 2 PII 440BX ATX motherboard (aka MICRON PC). It has a PIII @ 650MHz and 768MB ram. Boot to MS-DOS or Win98SE2. The video card on this one is an ATI Rage Mobility-L. A dinky little card, you can find one easily on EBAY for really cheap, but mine (bought on EBAY years ago for like $48) was out of an older MICRON system (not this Seattle 2 MB). Works fine. Really had to look on web hard to find a video driver for it ...This config also works great for these DOS games that I miss ... DOS Protected mode box within Win98 works perfect for Commander Keen and the original Duke Nukem!
Make sure your computer is up to date and at the exact or higher server. Any lower or different computer than the specifications will not let the game progress. If you got this used, than you will have to make sure that it isn't scratched or anything, that could stop it. To my computer to it did that. Are you sure that it shut down? Not just make the screen totally black? No versions of this game have been made to work on windows vistas. Make sure there are no viruses in the disc or computer.
An update might not solve the problem. It could be that you have a dual-core processor. Some of the older games will only run with a single processor active. Here is how to disable the second processor core: Open the start menu, click on Run,type in msconfig and click on OK
In the System Configuration window click on the start sub menu and the on Advanced Options button.
In the second window that appear, you should be provide with an
option for enabling and disabling the number of processors you want to
You need to select "1" for the NUMPROC box.
Validate your entry by clicking on OK.
Restart your PC and it should be fine.
When you are through playing Primal Prey you can follow the same procedure but select "normal startup" and restart your computer.
You need to navigate to the directory where the game was installed. When you open your DOS prompt you may be in the WINDOWS directory. You should be able to find the application and open it by double-clicking since you're using Windows 98. The instructions you're reading are for DOS.
RESTART YOUR COMPUTER
USING A CLEAN-BOOT PROCEDURE
Click Start, and then click Run.
Place your cursor in the Open box, type msconfig
and click OK.
Under the General tab, click Selective
Below the Selective Startup option, click
to clear the following check boxes:
Load Startup Items
Click OK, and then click Restart.
1. All you need to do is to Uninstall the Application. 2. Click Start > Run > Type "msconfig" click Enter > A window will pop up , in that select the Startup tab and start unchecking the unwanted application except like > Rundll, realsched and so
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after you do this, click Apply and Restart the computer. 3. Re-install the Game and check if it's working.
However, if still the issue persists, then please let me know I would be glad to help you in this issue.
While the computer is booting up press the F4 or F8 key repeatedly (Depending on which version of Windows you are running) This will open up your bios menu and you can change pretty much all your settings from there. Just be very careful while you are in there and do not alter any settings that you are unsure about as it may be extremely difficult to repair them.