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It's probably too much coincedence. Had that sometimes in windows too. And you're not going to like the way I fixed it >Format C: reinstall windows. Don't know I had one thing that it didn't work for but it was a copy of the original CD (which I own as well)
since you don't know where the error is and what the error is you can also try another partition or another folder first.
I guess I must return Rome: Total War for a full refund. Cannot get this wretched game to install on my system. Keeps getting stuck at about 30% and keeps reading the CD drive continuously. The only way I can abort the installation is to take the CD out of the drive.
Originally posted by stabile007 I am utterly and totally surprised and hurt that no one even mentioned Alpha Centauri. This is perhaps the greatest TBS that has ever been released!
I could never get into Alpha Centauri, it didn't help that it had all sorts of problems running on my computer (choppy sound). I much prefer the Civ games, I'm not a fan of the Call to Power ones though, they're not bad, just strike me as a cheap rip off.