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Install problem "insert game disk"


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Hi

I am trying to install Battlefield 2 Special Forces expansion Pack on a New PC with Vista Home Premium. I insert the game into the PC drive. The auto-play screens pops up and I click on "autorun.exe". I then get the battlefield 2 splash screen. I click on Install. Then the auto-run mini box pops up and tells me to "insert game disk". But the disk is in the drive. I restarted my computer with the game in the drive and same problem. I also went to my computer and tried to run the game by opening up the file and got the same problem. It is a store bought game.

Is this a Vista problem? I installed the main game BF2 without any problems. What can I do?

my pc

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q6600
2gb
8500 gt
Visa Home P
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typical troubleshooting steps: here

if these steps do no resolve your issue, then you may have to contact EA support directly.
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Thank Starjax. I had disk 2 in the drive instead of disk 1. I feel dumb. O well. I knew I came to the right place.

thanks again.....
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