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Max Payne install problem

Discussion in 'Games' started by ShadowFold, Jul 14, 2009.

  1. ShadowFold

    ShadowFold New Member

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    Win7x64 build 7600. I tried google, can't figure it out. Happens when I try to install. Extracted ISO and ran the install under all compatibility modes..

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    games kinda picky .....i downloaded the iso and mounted with daemon tools and the same thing happened with vista.
     
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    Um it`s 32-bit ??? Tried googling for patches/fixes ?
     
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    The problem appears from Windows cuz is not suppotred by game data base try to figure out if exist some paches that resolve this problem.
     
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    use compatability mode on the exe file..that should possible fix the problem
     
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    It doesn't tho.
     
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    not related at all.


    The problem is just that the game was coded by monkeys who decided to check "if OS is Xp, YAY! if not, CRASH!"

    stupid thinking, there'll never be an OS after XP... of course not.
     

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