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NBA 2K10 install problem


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doggyfighter

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Today, I want to install my NBA 2K10 PC, but when I tried to install it, the alert box comes out that says "Required setup.ini is missing" Is there anything wrong with my computer?

Thank you very much. :)
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sarahw

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On the little information you have given:
That initialization file should come with the installation disk or download.
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doggyfighter

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you mean the disc is not in good condition?
I've just bought it from Amazon...new one
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Hi doggyfighter,
Is the setup using a particular windows program to install?
Do you have this same problem when installing other applications?

Right click and choose 'Explore' and search the disk for other ways to start the installation, such as other setup files.
Also, search the disk for the setup.ini file.
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this time, the system asked me to install Microsoft.net Frame work1.1
and then, i can install the game and play...i don't know why
but thanks anyway
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Ok, Good luck.
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If you had to install the .NET framework 1.1, there are also newer versions of the .NET framework out there. You could try running Windows Update, select "Custom" scan and install all the .NET framework updates (as well as all recommended and important ones).
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i want to install my nba2k10 but theres a problem when i installed it. when installing it, a message appeared it says that framedyn.dll was not found. plssss help me.. :)
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i have the same setup.ini problem....... i have windows 7 and im downloading the net framework 4.0 but i downloaded nba 2k10 from a torrent and its not a iso file, it was a rar. file so everything is extracted sittin in front of me but it says setup.ini is missing in order to fully install nba 2k10. can anyone help me asap!!!!!!!!!!!
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I also have a problem. I finished installing NBA 2k10, I also copied the crack and all of that but it still doesn't want to work. I don't know what to do because I have managed to install it twice. Now, it won't run. Any suggestions? I could sure use your help.
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Go here to read Geekstogo Terms of Use and note in particular article 4 the items Illegal and Infringing of intellectual property rights (such as copyright and trademark rights).

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