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  1. Well I feel like a giant idiot now :D Its working perfectly. Thanks so much, guys! Much appreciated! <3
  2. Yeah I'm sure, I set the path myself when I installed it instead of letting it do it automatically. It didn't, though, ask if I wanted to replace the crack folder when I copied it the first time -- there was no crack folder where I installed it, only on the disc itself. Wouldn't mind the crack. Where do I paste it?
  3. @Flibble: I may have to do that. This copy was given to me a few years ago by my ex-bf, and I only just found it again. To clarify, would I have to uninstall it and reinstall it before using the no-CD crack (seeing as I already installed stuff/used the serial/etc) or? Dumb question but its better to be safe than sorry. @AQIB: Yeah I see the crack folder now. I copied and pasted it, and it still says the same thing. I went into the Crack folder (both on the disc and what I copied to the directory) and double clicked the Emperor.exe file and it now reads "You must run the game from its install directory"... But I did... *shakes fist* (C: > Program Files (x86) > Westwood). @X3M: I upgraded from XP in August because of rendering issues for animations. I miss XP. Thanks for your help so far by the way :)
  4. Hey. Figured this'd be the best place to ask. I've 'acquired' Emperor: Battle for Dune (i.e. its not legit), all four discs, serial number, and it installed just fine, no problems whatsoever. But then when I attempt to play it, a windows message appears: "Please insert the correct CD-ROM, select OK and restart application". I have two DVD drives (DVD Drive D: and DVD RW Drive E:). In my research, I've seen that a few others on the internet have come up with a similar problem, but I haven't found any solutions that worked for me. I tried switching discs, tried placing the first disc in Drive E, but to no avail (though I would assume its because I installed the program in Drive D). I even tried placing the first disc in Drive D, and the second in Drive E (or just a random audio CD in Drive E). Both drives read, rip and burn CDs. Anything you guys can do to help me out? Do I need to install a particular driver or? Comp was built about four, five years ago but here's its specs: Windows 7 64-bit Processor: Intel ® Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz Installed memory (RAM): 4GB 193GB/465GB free My Dad and I are extremely excited to play this. Please keep in mind that I'm not 100% tech savvy (i.e. can't code, not always sure where to look). Cheers.
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