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v12vanquish135

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#1 12 years ago

i've been a JA for a while now but today ive had a big problem. I explain;

A problem first occured with the game. i think my jampconfig file got corrupted or so. but thats not the point. i tried to uninstal the game but it refused the first time. when i tried, it said that the maintenance was complete, that it was uninstalled but it was not. so i tried to delete it with the "clean diskdrive" option. but i remembered then that this option bugged a while ago and i cannot use it anymore (yeah i know, my CP is in bad shape. but heh, still works). so then i decided to go and manually delete all the files from the "program files" folder. i already did it with a game, so i thought there would be no problem. the thing is, my computer still thinks the game is installed, so when i insert the disk and the menu appears, it says "solo game" and "multiplayer game" instead of "install". So now i can't play, can't install it or uninstall it. and i've tried everything i could to make it work.

please help!




Darth_skywalker

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#2 12 years ago

you could adjust your computer time (not sure if it would work) in accessories, system tools, system restore and then put it to the date when JA was working fine ;)




DeathB

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#3 12 years ago

Get a registry cleaner and use that. Registry mechanic is a great free piece of software. Just google it.

Then when its done you can reinstall jedi again.

I had this problem so i manually deleted the registry entries....but i wouldnt recommend you do that unless you know your way around it. Or else you could make your comp not work at all. So yeah stick with registry mechanic.




v12vanquish135

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#4 12 years ago

the registry cleaner trick fixed the problem. thank you so very much!!!




DeathB

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#5 12 years ago

No problem, Merry Christmas :)