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Civilization IV- wont work.


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Well, I put in the disk to re-load it on to my computer, it came up with "Free up some space on your local disk and then re-load Civilization IV" so i freed some space up (30GB) and yet the same thing happened ,with an added bit (Civilization IV need at lest 1 MB free space.Free Free up some space on your local disk and then re-load Civilization IV"

The disk seems ok, its not over scratched, and I used the disk no less then a mouth ago.

Any one got any idias as to why it wont work, I love this game.
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I Also Get "failed Loading Xml File Aseets//xml\gameinfo/civ4playeroptionfos.xml.


Any One Know What That Means
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Have you tried the standard troubleshooting maintenance of repairing your disk permissions, restarting, etc.?
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Yes I have tryed all them, many times over, it still wont work.
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But this morrning I found that my main disk needs a repair, how every I cant, an erro comes up.I have posted that as a diffrent thread.


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