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have you checked if cricket 2002 is compatible with windows 7?because of PC Games are not compatible with windows 7.
here try doing this if it will change anything. ( Hope it will work )
On your Desktop, Right click the shortcut of cricket 2002
On the menu choose properties.
On your properties Go to Compatibility Tab.
Now on Compatibility Tab, Go to Compatibility Mode and change the "Run this program in compatibility mode for: " Change it to Windows XP.
Click Apply and then Click OK.
Thats it. Now try running the game.
Im not sure if this will work but atleast you must try. If the game doesnt really work. Its the compatibility of the game that has the problem. Cricket 2002 is not compatible with windows 7.
Hope i help.
Hello there, From my searching it doesnt look like you can play the game directly in Windows 7. You can, however, run a virtual box of windows XP and attempt to run the game in the virtual environment. That would take a fair amount of work though and requires a certain level of windows 7 and a compatible CPU. Here is some information on it.http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/default.aspx I hope that helps! Thumbs up are always appreciated.
Yep. Compatibility. But there is hope. Find the game icon. Right click it and click Properties...
Then click Compatibility.
Once there check on 'Run as Administrator', then Ok.
Try it again. If it still doesn't want to work then go back to the same windo and click 'Run Program in Compatability Mode for...' and select a previous version of Windows (XP SP3 for example). If that don't work push it back a little further and further until you find one that works.
Right click on the game icon and select windows compatibility mode. Select xp. If it doesnt work try uninstalling and reinstalling the game. If it still doesnt work that means that it is not compatible with windows 7.
This is an older game so it may not be possible, but there are a couple things I would try. I have linked to sites with a full description of what is needed for each suggestion. Compatibility Mode and Set CPU Affinity: http://techpaul.wordpress.com/2009/06/28/compatibility-tricks-for-old-programs-new-machines/ http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/316-compatibility-mode.html patch your game: http://www.fileplanet.com/124619/120000/fileinfo/Blitzkrieg-v1.2-Patch
A quick search found other users who got Blitzkrieg to work, but I found none that were using Win 7 64 bit. 64 bit versions of windows seem to have more compatibility issues with older software than the 32 bit. Assuming you have tried all of this, you might consider a dual-boot option for Win XP, or get an older PC for this and any other Win XP games (that don't like Win 7). I have found several of these.
clicked comment instead of the suggest solution button. I created an install for windows 7 64 bit and heres a link to it:http://www.4shared.com/file/q_gcy3gF/Leg... This install will only work on 64 bit operating systems I am getting that sorted at the moment. You will not need the disk for the one I created.