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Botdra Lar'les

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#1 10 years ago

I just re-installed JK3 and when it got to %46 it asked for disk 2 that contains the file "assets2.pk3". I put in the disk and it says it can't find it, please insert it. Can someone help me with this one? I tried cleaning the disk, nothing. My computer just won't recognize the disk. In, or outside the installation.




Darth Dumbo

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#2 10 years ago

Is your computer recognizing other disks, or just that one?




Speer

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#3 10 years ago

I'm not a genius, I have trouble understanding 50% that goes on at this site. But maybe the disk is scratched up to bad or, like mine, the CD drive is messed up. Either way it presents a problem. If you have a different computer try it on that, and if that doesn't work then you know that it is the disk. A real help I am. :nodding::uhoh::sleep:




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#4 10 years ago

I don`t think there is a problem with the CD / DVD drive because the first disc works fine. I agree that the second disc could be damaged. If you have two CD / DVD drives on your computer , try using both of them before looking for another computer. I don`t know what else to suggest you. Sorry.




Master Ridley

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#5 10 years ago

Was your 2nd CD near any magnets by any chance. Magnets can severely damage CDs to the point of no return.




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#6 10 years ago

A neighbor hung on our cd drive when it was open, and now to open it, you must literally pull it out. Then as soon as the cd is in it pulls itself back in. Half the time it reads cd's, half the time it doesn't. Then when you are in the middle of something it just ejects. That is why I got a new computer. Also I agree with Master Ridley. You could try reinstalling it again and again. That's what I do to games when they don't install. eventually it works. Last time I tried that with supreme commander I was there seven hours. And last of all try waiting thirty or so seconds before clicking on the "ok" button when it says enter disk two. A real help I am:nodding::nodding:;)




Darth Dumbo

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#7 10 years ago

I have had that happen, but it was SWBF2(bad game, but nostalgic for me) and it was the first disk, so the installer wouldn't start. Basically, keep trying and it should work eventually.




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#8 10 years ago

...you bought a new computer because your CD drive was knackered?

:wiener:


I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.



Botdra Lar'les

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#9 10 years ago

Fixed it. I have a 3rd drive that is just used for burning but it works like a regular drive as well, it's seperate from the PC and just plugs into the CPU. It seems to work fine now and the installation went great. And I can now play it fully, thanks for all the help though guys!




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#10 10 years ago

Kouen;4171733...you bought a new computer because your CD drive was knackered?

:wiener:

Well, yes, that and It was kinda out of date. :lookaround: