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Excellent - I take it that K-lite isnt part of the Tarr installation but part of something you installed beforehand?Agrios said:ok ppl I solve the codec problem in pc .... the problem was the K-lite codec I uninstall them an the game run perfect.
Have you searched for a compatible version of the codecs OR checked to see if the version of Vista already has those preinstalled?Ikarus76 said:i don't have k-lite... can't uninstall...
After installation, the game wants to install a codec package. after installation, the setup tells, that this package is not compatible with my windows version. i found this package on the microsoft hp too, and there is written, that this version is for windows xp professional too. but i always get the message, that this package is not compatible...
2Coats said:Have you searched for a compatible version of the codecs OR checked to see if the version of Vista already has those preinstalled?
- I take it you have a version of Vista.
2Coats said:If you have the Tarr install CD/files handy can you see if you can find the installation executable for the codes package. Im fairly sure it should be seperate from the game install.
If you can find it, run it and post the exact error you are getting, the exact syntax pls. Dont post more than a few lines though.
I will have a peek to see if you can circumvent the installation of the codecs another way. Hopefully then you can get the game running!
"This version of the windows media technologies is not compatible with this windows version. You can find more information on the microsoft website".