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Anson992

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#1 12 years ago

Just got GTA: San Andreas for PC (got it for the xbox too) yay for me! But when I stick the disc into my CPU and it starts to make the whining noise a CPU makes when its loading something new. Then thewhining stops and nothing happens. So I go to "My Computer" and the D:/ file has nothing in it, my cpu does read the disc!!! Anyone can help me?

(BTW, I hope my version of the game is real, got it from Target, has only one disc in the back of the manual)




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#2 12 years ago

For one, the CPU is not where you put a disc in. I am going to assume you mean the DVD drive. The CPU is your computers processor, and is located on the motherboard.

Are you sure you even have a DVD drive, and not a CD drive. A regular CD drive will not recognize a DVD.


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#3 12 years ago

DONT STICK THINGS INTO YOUR CPU!!! lol jk...




johnny_pay

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#4 12 years ago

cpu means computer in games ie. 1p vs cpu




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#5 12 years ago

If you got it from Target then it should be legit, if not I would be going back there and sticking my foot so far up someones ass it wouldnt be funny...




Anson992

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#6 12 years ago
AmySueIf you got it from Target then it should be legit, if not I would be going back there and sticking my foot so far up someones ass it wouldnt be funny...

Lol, I just might do that. But I think that Stalker was right. I have a regular CD drive. I need a DVD drive huh? I thought that DVD's were considered movies (thought DVD stands for Digital Video Disc)

I will try the DVD drive thing, thx all.