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FMCyrus

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  1. This sounds like a registry error. Find something like http://www.winaso.com/ and run it, then run the game. Registry cleaners are pretty nice, but underrated. If it still doesn't work, try uninstalling, then reinstalling into a folder inside your desktop. Installing programs into places like Program Files can be a problem for some older games these days b/c of Administrator rights, and this game is old enough to be one of them. (I STILL can't run it on my comp for unknown reasons, lol) The free version of WinAsoRegistry Optimizer only removes 10 errors at a time, so make sure you only sc
  2. Nope : ( Any other ideas? Should I post my DxDiag results or something? I don't know what I should be examining to work around the problem.
  3. Reinstallation gives me the same error. I ordered it online, like-new quality. CD's are unscratched (like i mentioned in my 1st post, its a legitimate version). Patching the game doesn't help, either. : (
  4. Yup, I'm running as an admin. If you can run it fine on your phenom, it must not be a multiple-core problem. Ever run into "application errors" for any other programs you've had? I'm baffled here.
  5. Hello everyone. I seem to be having problems getting Emperor: Battle for Dune to run properly. I use Windows 7. I get the error "GAME.EXE - Application Error" and it reads "The application was unable to start correctly (0x0000005). Click OK to close the application." Here's what I've tried to help fix the issue: I have tried setting the compatibilty mode to Windows XP, in service packs 1, 2, and 3, and it hasn't worked yet. I have attempted to set the affinity, to make sure its only running on one processor, as I have a quad-core system, but it tells me that "This operation could not be compl
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