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    Default Just a bit stange....

    After realizing that R:TW doesn't work very well on my computer, I decided to install M:TW again, and get this mod for it. So here's my predicament...

    I have M:TW Gold Edition (which is already patched), and I installed HTW to the correct directory (C:\Program Files\The Creative Assembly\Medieval - Total War - Gold Edition). I deleted the unnecessary files, and made sure I didn't delete any HTW stuff. So it would seem that I was in the clear, but....


    When I put my M:TW Gold Edition disc in, and click the HTW icon, I get this message:

    "Please insert the correct CD-ROM, select OK and restart application"

    .....but I put the right disc in......

    Does anyone know of a solution to this problem? And if you do, please help me out!

    Thanks in advance.
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    Second-hand chariot salesman Senior Member macsen rufus's Avatar
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    Default Re: Just a bit stange....

    Hi - I have no experience with MTW Gold, but your problem may be related to what's discussed here
    ANCIENT: TW

    A mod for Medieval:TW (with VI)

    Discussion forum thread

    Ancient TW2: Eastern Empires is under development again

    Featuring: Rise of Persia, Alexander's Conquests, Wars of the Diadochi

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    Default Re: Just a bit stange....

    I had that problem a couple of nights ago, but my version of MTW is the 2.01 Eras pack version.

    The installer we both downloaded may be corrupt.
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