Ok, I was wondering why I had such little disk space, so I went into a special program to clean it up, I have no idea what happened, the the program had an error or a bug and game me the wrong name, I deleted the wrong folder and lost JEDI ACADEMY I figured Ill just reinstall, the problem was, I deleted the folder, WITHOUT uninstalling. So now whenever I try to play, I get the options, but it doesn't work, and then when I try to uninstall, since the assets are gone I cant uninstall anything, any idea how to fix it?
The one who loves REAL games
21st November 2006
well did you empty your recycle bin after deleting? if not, go into the recycle bin , click the folder, and click 'restore' this lets the files go back. then uninstall and reinstall.
5th July 2005
Go into your registry and delete the keys pertaining to Jedi Academy.
Ill try that datalord, and yes I did clean my recycle bin
Edit: I will probably figure this out before you respond but how do I get to registry key?
Double edit: I just tried that, but windows cant find it!
Ok, I tried to run, and it auto takes me to a search key, I search academy and it cant find it
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4th March 2006
Try searching under "star wars"
I didn't make it!
If u are gonna clean up your hard drive i would go through files myself not use a program. If u can't find it in regedit than u gotta format or play another game. Or get someone to send u there gamedata folder.
14th March 2005
Just do it manuallly. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>SOFTWARE>LUCASARTS. Delete the JA folder.
My dad helped, I got it all deleted, etc, and I reinstalled. Thank you everyone for your help!