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Running Audiosruf with Darwine


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i posted this on the Darwine development baord but i think i'll actually get help from here...

i managed to "install" Audiosurf from my cd
but whenver i try to run the game, i get an error "It seems Quest3D is not installed, or this viewer is run from the wrong directory"

anyone can help?
im a bit of a noob so you'll probably have to explain slowly
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