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topshot9078

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#1 14 years ago

hi all, i need help with installation, when i try to install stbc my computer cant read certain files of th disk, a box like this popped up at 46% An error has occured during the data move process:-106 file group: data filw : brex_blink2tga It dosn't allways show the same error. can anyone tell me how to install the game fully without this message. cheers




sisto_06

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#2 14 years ago

Im thinking that maybe it is your game disk, does it have alot of scratches on it?




KE-Vorn

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#3 14 years ago

There are several programs that let you diagnose cd's- download a freeware/shareware of one of your liking and give it a try and running a diagnosis on your BC disk. If it is brand new and you are having this problem, take it back for an exact-item exchange. Most places will honor an exact-item exchange, they just don't like refunds because of piracy.

Also try obtaining a virtual cd/dvd drive program (will scan disk onto hard drive and trick computer into thinking image is a cd). This way if there are any incompatibilities or problems with your CDROM drive reading the disk when you install, you might not have them if you try installing from your hard drive.

If you can't get a good ISO (image) onto your hard drive, try taking the BC disk over to a friends house and see if he is having identical problems with your disk. A friend had a similar problem with almost all his games, and he just replaced his CDROM drive and it fixed everything.

Good luck getting it working.

Qu'pla'! KE-Emp.Vorn




topshot9078

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#4 14 years ago

theres not alot,

i cleaned it with disc cleaner fluid.




tastydirt

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#5 14 years ago

Try something like ISOBuster to copy the files directly off the disc, and then copy back onto a CD-R. Has worked for me a few times.




elminster

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#6 14 years ago

Run a checkdisk on your harddrive it could be trying to write the data to a bad sector.