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Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide Expansion

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For some reason i install it and at the end i hear about 3 error message sounds before the end screen showing

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Start NWN blah blah blah

cancel finish

i click finish and then the loader comes up. I click play and it says please insert Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide Expansion play disk...I've tried putting in all the disks i have for NWN overall (all 3 of the main game disks and the 1 in shadows of undrentide) and it doesnt work. Does shadows of undrentide have multiple disks is that what im missing?
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Pulled from the help forums for NwN: http://nwn.bioware.c...416566&forum=49

If you receive the following error message at area transitions and have to click through "cancel" to continue playing see below for how I fixed it on my XP machine with both HoU and SoU patched to 1.65:

there is no disk in the drive. please insert a disk into drive \device\harddisk2\...

It turns out that my floppy drive/card reader was causing the problem. Another forum suggested re-lettering such a drive to Z or Y, just so it comes after your hard drive or partion. I took this one step further and disabled this drive by doing the following:

1. Go into "Control Panel"
2. Open "System"
3. Click the "Hardware" tab
4. Click "Device Manager"
5. Under "Disk drives" find the drive that is likely causing the problem (might be a Zip Drive), in my case it was named USB2.0 CardReader CF RW USB Device and USB2.0 CardReader Combo USB Device.
6. Right click on the disk drive and click on "Disable"
7. Exit "Device Manager" and reboot (rebooting is probably not necessary, but I did any way)

I haven't experienced this crash since doing so.

Good luck to you all, and enjoy the awesome game that is Neverwinter Nights.

Edited By Navarre13 on 03/08/05 18:19:16
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