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I decided to try AGCEEP. Installed AGCEEP Deluxe exactly as instructed in AGCEEP's web site (with 1.09 patch and EGUFSM, and all this in right order). Because I have Vista OS, I followed advice which was given in another thread of this forum and installed EU2 not into the Program Files folder, but directly on C-disk (into Europa Universalis 2 folder, of course).

All that installing done and after clicking AGCEEP shortcut icon, everything functions well (game opens with AGCEEP interface and altered scenarios) until I choose a country to play and hit "start". Then I get an unpleasant message box informing me that "Critical error! - Couldn't open file:AGCEEP\scenarios\inc\Reformation_Events.inc", and after pressing "ignore", game collapses ("Europa Universalis II has stopped working").

What have I done wrong? How can I fix this? Would appreciate, if someone could help.