Question about Computers & Internet
Sometimes when you buy a game, they games do not automatically load to install. The easiest way of fixing that. Is to open your "My Computer" and click on the disk drive. Which should say whatever current disc you have in there. In this case it would say Age of Empires. Click on that. The install screen should then come up and and once the game is installed you should be able to play it.
If it does not. Make sure your computer's graphic card is able to run the game. Also check the ram and CPU minimum specs.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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