Question about Microsoft Links LS 2000 for Windows
Here is the answer your probably looking for . The reason the start up application does not respond is that its not compatible with the system your trying to run it on. So here is the way to get it going . Go to my computer ...or look at my computer . Somewhere below you will see your cd disc of Links LS. Right click and ( open ) the cd to see all the contents . Somewhere down the line there is the the Setup or install application. right click on the setup icon , then click the ( properties ) tab. Then click the capabilities tab , then click on the capibility of what system you are running the game in ( vista ) if your running vista etc .
It should work now ,but sometimes there is a long delay when you first try it because the startup system is running checks and balances before it loads .
Posted on Sep 18, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just to be on the safe side, did you put in the first disc like it asked you to? If you've tried both discs and it still is not working, then you have two options.
First would be to uninstall the game, and then try to reinstall it.
The other alternative is a bit more complicated but it will do the trick.
The first thing you will need to do is go to this link and download the file in the blue and bold text that says something like "no cd fix". The file will be in .rar format, so if you do not have Winrar, now would be a good time to get it from: http://rarlab.com . It's like winzip, but better.
Anyway after you get the file open, there will be a couple more inside that file. One of them will be a .nfo file. That will contain the directions for installing the fix. To open them, extract them to a folder somewhere (I usually put them on my desktop) and to read the .nfo file right click and select open with. From there, select Notepad, follow the directions, and you're done!
If you manage to follow those directions, it will enable you to play the game without having to put your disc in the drive.
Being that this can be a complicated problem, if you need any more assistance, feel free to e-mail me at:
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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Microsoft Windows 98 was an operating system used on a majority of personal computers from 1998 to 2000. Because of this, there are a variety of games available to play on Windows 98, but are incompatible with later versions of Windows. If you have Windows XP or higher, you have access to a "Compatibility Mode" that allows your computer to play those games. Activating compatibility mode is a simple procedure.
Right-click the file that you usually click on when you are trying to start a game.
Select the "Properties" option in the drop-down menu.
Select the "Compatibility" tab, then check the "Windows 98" box.
Select the proper video mode for your game under "Display Settings."
Select the "Apply" button to save your settings, and select "OK."
Double-click on your game's file to begin playing the game.
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