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Kernel32 errors in AFL Live 2004

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Help, I have just installed AFL Live 2004 on my Windows Me computer and the game won't start. I put in the disc and up comes the "afllive has caused an error in kernel32.dll. afllive will now close." I have tried the game on another computer and runs fine, help.......any suggestions??!!?? <_< :D
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Have you installed all the Windows updates on this system? What version of Windows is it?
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Windows ME seems to be the problem lol <_<. Windows ME was not even a complete version of windows when it came out, full of bugs. They (Microsoft) thought it was a good idea to release a transition of Windows between 98SE and XP. In reality it's horrible, full of strange error messages, BSODs, etc. I used it briefly in our secondary PC before upgrading to XP. I highly suggest you upgrade to XP, if you can.
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