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#1 8 years ago

Hey there.

Lately my star wars obsession has been coming back, so I installed Empire at war gold pack again after 1 hour of looking for it. :P

And since I find the game quite boring with no mods I got the absolute corruption mod. I've followed the instructions, make a folder named "mods" and past the mod folder in there. But when I click "play ACM2.4" I get this error: eaw.png Wut to do mah friends? :confused:




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#2 8 years ago

Does swfoc exist in that location?




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#3 8 years ago

Yes. I would believe it's the one on the bottom. :P eaw2.png




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#4 8 years ago

Oh, and I should probably add that I managed to play it last night, I dont remember if I had any problems. But I got it up and running at least. Then when I tried today it didn't work.




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#5 8 years ago

Not familiar with Win7, does the (x86) part show up in the file path?




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#6 8 years ago

Program Files (x86) indicates that he's running a 64-bit operating system. I don't remember ever having a problem with this particular mod on Windows 7, but it may be an issue with the gold edition of the game. Did you read through the installation instructions provided with the mod?




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#7 8 years ago

I had this problem before too. I found out that there was no (x86) after the program files like others have said. I added that and the mod worked fine.




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#8 8 years ago
SupaCrazy;5368852Program Files (x86) indicates that he's running a 64-bit operating system. I don't remember ever having a problem with this particular mod on Windows 7, but it may be an issue with the gold edition of the game. Did you read through the installation instructions provided with the mod?

What I mean is, is that actually part of the file path or is it just "there"?




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#9 8 years ago

It's actually part of the path. On 64-bit operating systems, 32-bit optimized games install in the x86 directory, whereas programs made specifically for 64-bit, like TortoiseSVN, or iTunes, are installed in the Program Files directory.




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#10 8 years ago
Starkiller2356;5368892I had this problem before too. I found out that there was no (x86) after the program files like others have said. I added that and the mod worked fine.

Tell me how you fixed it, please?




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