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acios

help! how to install games under 2003?

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acios    0

games like "Rome total war" or "Lego Star wars" may stop during the setup progress and says they "requires windows 98/me/2000/xp" -,-

how to solve this problem?

thanks a lot :P

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Ge0ph    0

What I do is use XP for my desktop and 2003 for my servers.

This is a good example of one of the problems of useing a server OS for desktop use, and the problem isn't with the server OS, it's with the app installer that checks the OS.

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EchoNoise    1

Well, considering 2003 is for Servers, its probably only best used for that purpose only, maybe dedicated game servers aswell.

If you need to use a Microsoft OS, XP should be used for general purpose gaming.

I know thats not helping, but yeah.

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geris    0

I have Server 2003 Enterprise SP1 on Fat32 partition. With TweakNT I convert it to XP Pro. It's working at the best, and I have no problems with running any software or games. Games are running much better than on XP. :hello:

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chilifrei64    1

Here is the tool.. . just drag the MSI over this script and it will prompt you with 3 dialogs and just hit OK on all of them. This will remove OS checking from the MSI file

I use 2003 as a desktop and this has worked for me a number of times.

I like TweakNT... but once I used it to change 2003 to XP pro and my computer didnt reboot from it so I am skeptical about that function now.. I just use it for its other functions now

removechk.rar

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