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C&C The First Decade problem...


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Well there's been a lot of problems with this thing... EA took a lot of care into this making this I guess...

Well anyways, I am not hearing my as being a common one.

I cannot install C&C 1 with Covert Ops. I will post the screenshot shortly.

Edited by Comrade General, 15 February 2006 - 04:19 PM.

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its do-able, just got it working, cept if u go past the top end of the map it crashes. Basically, you need to install C&C, running all the executibles in windows 95 compatibility mode, then put on the XP patch. After that it mostly works
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its do-able, just got it working, cept if u go past the top end of the map it crashes. Basically, you need to install C&C, running all the executibles in windows 95 compatibility mode, then put on the XP patch. After that it mostly works



With The First Decade you need no patch... And I said I couldn't install it... Please read.

Anyways I got it working, silly d-skin on the CD was dusty and dirty.
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