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#1 10 years ago

didnt know where to put it. =) so i want to install pop ww (prince of persia). as soon as it starts i get error:

Component transfer error component: game sounds file group: Common sound files file: G:\data2.cab Error: Data error (cyclic redundancy check).

i have downloaded this game mounted with daemon tools. and i had this game few months earlier everything was fine. and i have the same pc just +512 mb ram =). so can anyone help me?




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#2 10 years ago

If you're downloading it and mounting with Daemon Tools, it doesn't sound very legit. If this means what I think it does, you're better off just buying an actual copy.




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#3 10 years ago

cant find anywhere pop ww only pop t2t and the new pop... thats why i downloaded it.




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#4 10 years ago

Try burning the ISO to an actual disk and installing it that way.




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#5 10 years ago

well if i could know how :D. i dont usualy burn anything, so could you tell me how ;D




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#6 10 years ago

Get an image burning program. Nero, Alcohol 120%, Roxio...




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#7 10 years ago

I've seen several people around here with the same problem, but with different games, so to shed some light on the original problem:

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Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) is a checksum to verify that the file has not been corrupted. When the file starts to copy, the operating system compares the file from the CD to the one on the hard drive. If the file does not match the original from the CD , then the CRC error occurs. There are few things that can cause this:

1. Make sure the CD is clean and free of scratches. Even if the CD appears clean, take a soft damp cloth and wipe the bottom side of the CD-ROM starting from the inside and working towards the outside. Repeat as necessary until the CD-ROM is clean. If there are any scratches or imperfections, please obtain a replacement CD.

2. Try using a CD or DVD Cleaning kit (depending on the drive) to make sure the lens is clean and free of dirt and foreign material, even if other CD/DVDs seem to read fine.

3. If you are using Windows 2000 or Windows XP, make sure you are logged into an account that has administrator privileges when attempting to install or run the software.

4. If you are using Windows 98 or Windows ME, adjust Auto-Insert Notification and DMA.

- Go to Start, Settings, and then Control Panel. - Double-click the System icon. - Click the Device Manager tab. - Click the "+" sign by CD-ROM. - Highlight the CD-ROM listed there and click the Properties button at the bottom. - Click the Settings tab and remove the check mark from the entry by Auto-Insert Notification. - Click on the check mark next to DMA. - Click Apply or OK, and restart the system when prompted.

5. Check with the CD-ROM/CD-RW/DVD or System Manufacturer for the latest firmware for your CD-ROM/CD-RW/DVD drive.

6. If the suggestions above do not work, replace the CD.

Source: LucasArts.com | Yoda's Help Desk




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#8 10 years ago

Tricorder 5.step looks like it could work. and zammame could you explain it in more info =D. im just not so smart with computers ;)




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#9 10 years ago
pohs;4798179Tricorder 5.step looks like it could work. and zammame could you explain it in more info =D. im just not so smart with computers ;)

zamame i now understand how ill try as soon i get a blank cd :D




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#10 10 years ago

:uhm: Cant find Warrior Within anywhere eh?...hmm

Amazon.com: Prince of Persia: Warrior Within: Video Games




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