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My Warhammer battle march is not working on windows vista 64. It is not creating a shortcut on my start menu or desktop. When I go to main folder and try to run it from there nothig happens. I have tried running it from the cd aswell with no luck.

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Windows vista must not be supporting your game . try this game on windows xp

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